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Chiral Thermomechanical Metamaterials with Continuous Negative Thermal Expansion

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posted on 01.08.2019 by Debajyoti Saha
Though the negative thermal expansion materials are important and appealing in science and engineering application, the natural materials are very less effective and manifest poor performance than the metamaterials. Here, using chiral design and normal material, metamaterial structure has been achieved. From the derivation, it has been proven that the structure contracted or expanded with an acceleration. It has also been observed that, the contraction or expansion rate depends upon the geometry of the structure (node to length ratio, i.e., size ratio). For the design scenario, node is the metallic structure helps to attach different number of strips. It has also been observed that, the state parameters and the control parameters (i.e. Temperature) share simple relationship between them. The rotation angle is a function of (property of the bimetallic strip), L (length of the strip) and T (temperature). Also, the maximum working temperature depends on the design parameters. So, it would be a metamaterial system. To dimensionalize, all the system equations have been scaled with L. So, length alone will not be a parameter of design, node to length ratio size ratio will be.

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Advisor

Karpov, Eduard

Chair

Karpov, Eduard

Department

Civil and Materials Engineering

Degree Grantor

University of Illinois at Chicago

Degree Level

Masters

Degree name

MS, Master of Science

Committee Member

Daly, Matthew Kadkhodaei, Sara Fridlyand, Aleksandr

Submitted date

August 2019

Thesis type

application/pdf

Language

en

Issue date

05/08/2019

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