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|Title:||Auxetic metamaterials exhibiting giant negative Poisson's ratios|
Azzopardi, Keith M.
Grima, Joseph N.
Materials -- Elastic properties
Finite element method
|Citation:||Mizzi, L., Azzopardi, K. M., Attard, D., Grima, J. N., & Gatt, R. (2015). Auxetic metamaterials exhibiting giant negative Poisson's ratios. Physica Status Solidi (RRL) - Rapid Research Letters, 9(7), 425-430.|
|Abstract:||Auxetic metamaterials have generated a great deal of interest in recent years. In this letter, a novel approach which can be used to produce such auxetic metamaterials is presented. This method involves the introduction of patterned slit perforations within a sheet/block of material in order to create systems which resemble a large variety of auxetic systems ranging from rotating units to chiral honeycombs. These perforated systems have also been shown to have the potential to exhibit giant negative Poisson's ratios|
|Description:||This work has been funded through the Malta Council for Science and Technology through the R&I- 2012-061 Project (SMESH).|
|Appears in Collections:||Scholarly Works - FacHScFSEH|
Scholarly Works - FacSciChe
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