Highlights

This is a selection of publications from the Structural Power Composites Group, for a full list of publications please see below.

Citation

BibTex format

@inproceedings{Lee:2019,
author = {Lee, C and Panesar, A and Greenhalgh, E},
pages = {1--8},
publisher = {Engineers Australia},
title = {Design of optimised multi-scale structures for multifunctional composites},
url = {https://www.sorcerer.eu/manuscripts/Lee_ICL_ICCM22_2019.pdf},
year = {2019}
}

RIS format (EndNote, RefMan)

TY  - CPAPER
AB - The multi-scale structures are commonly found in nature, such as plants and bones. Such multi-scale structurescan be divided into macro-scale, micro-scale and further sub-scale structures. In this study, we aim to designoptimised two-scale structures for multifunctional composites, specifically by enhancing the structural stiffnessand the ionic conductivity simultaneously. To tackle this problem, a novel strategy for achieving optimised multiscale structures is presented. A database of optimised micro-scale structures and simple placement criterion forthe micro-scale structure were applied. We demonstrate the efficiency of our strategy by designing, optimisingand evaluating two-scale structures composed of macro-and micro-scales. The advantage of our strategy foroptimised multi-scale structures is presented and discussed by comparing the structural stiffness and the ionicconductivity of several two-scale structures composed of different microstructures such as the solid-void, uniformand varied microstructures.
AU - Lee,C
AU - Panesar,A
AU - Greenhalgh,E
EP - 8
PB - Engineers Australia
PY - 2019///
SP - 1
TI - Design of optimised multi-scale structures for multifunctional composites
UR - https://www.sorcerer.eu/manuscripts/Lee_ICL_ICCM22_2019.pdf
UR - http://hdl.handle.net/10044/1/80315
ER -