Translate Auxetic Structure Theory into AM Multimaterial Performative Geometries – JakajimaTV interview with Brittany Mark, Victoria University of Wellington (VIDEO)

Brittany Mark

Auxetic Structures are a class of Metamaterials uniquely characterised by their Negative Poissons Ratio, that is when a lateral force is applied they expand longitudinally, becoming thicker and stronger, perpendicular to the strain.

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Utilising Parametric Customisation to Translate Auxetic Structure Theory into Additively Manufactured Multimaterial Performative Geometries

Brittany Mark

presentation by Brittany Mark, Victoria University of Wellington at online 4D Printing & Meta Materials Conference, May 26, 2020, 09:00 – 12:00 CET.

Auxetic Structures are a class of Metamaterials uniquely characterised by their Negative Poissons Ratio, that is when a lateral force is applied they expand longitudinally, becoming thicker and stronger, perpendicular to the strain. This counterintuitive behaviour has many enhanced behavioural properties, our research has specifically focused on their response to impact forces for sports protection scenarios.

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