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Active Structures

Active structures are those that are designed to move or change shape in response to external stimuli. In the context of product development, active structures can be used to create products that are more responsive to the user's needs. For example, an active structure might be used to create a chair that automatically adjusts to the user's weight, or a door that opens and closes in response to the user's approach. Active structures can also be used to create products that are more durable and resistant to damage. For example, an active structure might be used to create a car bumper that absorbs impact energy, or a cell phone case that dissipates shock. By incorporating active structures into their products, manufacturers can create products that are better able to meet the needs of their customers.

Active structures are those that are designed to move or change shape in response to external stimuli.

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