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Mechanical properties news, July 2023

Researchers have shown the importance of elastic heterogeneity for tuning the molecular adsorption/desorption properties of metal–organic frameworks.

carbon fiber reinforced composite combined with piezoelectric nanoparticles acts as a self-powered sensor to detect stress and damage

For the first time, scientists have witnessed pieces of metal crack then fuse back together without any human intervention.

Researchers have shown that a traditional manufacturing tool called metal cutting can be used to determine the properties of metal materials.

Researchers have developed a liquid nanofoam that can provide effective protection against impacts and also regain its original shape.

Printing 3D solid objects at room temperature in a single step using metallic gel

Researchers have developed a bioplastic made from spirulina cells that is both stronger than previous versions and can degrade in a backyard compost bin.

A speedy new method for predicting cement durability uses computer vision to measure the behavior of water droplets on cement surfaces.

A novel method for testing the puncture reistance of materials at small scales can also predict the resistance at larger scales in real-world situations.

Researchers have developed capillary-controlled robotic flapping fins to create switchable optical and infrared light multipixel displays.

Researchers have developed a multifunctional composite polymer coating with both radiative and non-radiative cooling capacity.

Researchers have combined molecular gastronomy with biodegradable materials to create environmentally friendly nanocomposite-based sensors.

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