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Modulation of multi-directional auxeticity in hybrid origami metamaterials

Modulation of multi-directional auxeticity in hybrid origami metamaterials
Modulation of multi-directional auxeticity in hybrid origami metamaterials

A novel origami metamaterial with programmable multi-directional auxeticity is proposed by hybridizing the concept of re-entrant honeycomb with the Miura pattern. Normal Miura-based origami metamaterials have been widely shown to exhibit negative in-plane Poisson's ratio. However, negative out-of-plane Poisson's ratio cannot be realized in these set of materials, essentially limiting their capability for prospective applications in many multi-functional devices and systems. Here we propose a hybrid Miura-based metamaterial that can show both in-plane and out-of-plane negative Poisson's ratios. More interestingly, we are able to program the Poisson's ratios to have mild to extreme auxeticity and map their mutual interaction as a function of the microstructural configuration. Besides the single-layer meta-sheets, we have shown that a class of multi-layer stacked metamaterial with uniform and graded configurations can be developed to achieve multi-objective functional goals. Theoretical and experimental analyses are combined in this paper to demonstrate the concepts of modulating multi-directional Poisson's ratios. The fundamental mechanics of the proposed origami based metamaterial being scale-independent, this novel class of deployable hybrid materials can be directly transferred for application in a range of milli-, micro-, and nanometer-size systems, essentially opening avenues for the design of energy absorbers, sensors, actuators, medical stents, catalysis, drug delivery systems, adaptive wings for next-generation of aircrafts and other deployable mechanical and electronic systems at multiple length-scales.

Deformation-dependent Poisson's ratio, Hybrid origami metamaterials, Multi-directional auxeticity, Programmable state-transition of Poisson's ratio, Simultaneous modulation of in-plane and out-of-plane auxeticity
2352-9407
Wang, Hairui
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Zhao, Danyang
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Jin, Yifei
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Wang, Minjie
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Mukhopadhyay, Tanmoy
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You, Zhong
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Wang, Hairui
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Zhao, Danyang
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Jin, Yifei
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Wang, Minjie
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Mukhopadhyay, Tanmoy
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You, Zhong
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Wang, Hairui, Zhao, Danyang, Jin, Yifei, Wang, Minjie, Mukhopadhyay, Tanmoy and You, Zhong (2020) Modulation of multi-directional auxeticity in hybrid origami metamaterials. Applied Materials Today, 20, [100715]. (doi:10.1016/j.apmt.2020.100715).

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Abstract

A novel origami metamaterial with programmable multi-directional auxeticity is proposed by hybridizing the concept of re-entrant honeycomb with the Miura pattern. Normal Miura-based origami metamaterials have been widely shown to exhibit negative in-plane Poisson's ratio. However, negative out-of-plane Poisson's ratio cannot be realized in these set of materials, essentially limiting their capability for prospective applications in many multi-functional devices and systems. Here we propose a hybrid Miura-based metamaterial that can show both in-plane and out-of-plane negative Poisson's ratios. More interestingly, we are able to program the Poisson's ratios to have mild to extreme auxeticity and map their mutual interaction as a function of the microstructural configuration. Besides the single-layer meta-sheets, we have shown that a class of multi-layer stacked metamaterial with uniform and graded configurations can be developed to achieve multi-objective functional goals. Theoretical and experimental analyses are combined in this paper to demonstrate the concepts of modulating multi-directional Poisson's ratios. The fundamental mechanics of the proposed origami based metamaterial being scale-independent, this novel class of deployable hybrid materials can be directly transferred for application in a range of milli-, micro-, and nanometer-size systems, essentially opening avenues for the design of energy absorbers, sensors, actuators, medical stents, catalysis, drug delivery systems, adaptive wings for next-generation of aircrafts and other deployable mechanical and electronic systems at multiple length-scales.

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Published date: September 2020
Additional Information: Funding Information: TM and ZY wish to acknowledge the support of Air Force Office of Scientific Research (FA9550-16-1-0339). Publisher Copyright: © 2020
Keywords: Deformation-dependent Poisson's ratio, Hybrid origami metamaterials, Multi-directional auxeticity, Programmable state-transition of Poisson's ratio, Simultaneous modulation of in-plane and out-of-plane auxeticity

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Local EPrints ID: 483566
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/483566
ISSN: 2352-9407
PURE UUID: e9be8fa9-d841-4e90-bfbb-ede9b05b368e
ORCID for Tanmoy Mukhopadhyay: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-0778-6515

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Date deposited: 01 Nov 2023 18:01
Last modified: 06 Jun 2024 02:16

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Author: Hairui Wang
Author: Danyang Zhao
Author: Yifei Jin
Author: Minjie Wang
Author: Tanmoy Mukhopadhyay ORCID iD
Author: Zhong You

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