Stability domain and optimal design of a metamaterial made-up of a beam lattice with diagonal cables
Francesco Trentadue, Domenico De Tommasi, Gianluca Caramia, Nicola Marasciuolodownload PDF
Abstract. The elastic stability of a plane metamaterial made up of a mesh of orthogonal rods coupled with diagonal cables is studied. The stability domain and the optimal values of the stiffness of the cables are determined.
Metamaterials, Eulerian Stability, Periodic Materials
Published online 3/17/2022, 6 pages
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Citation: Francesco Trentadue, Domenico De Tommasi, Gianluca Caramia, Nicola Marasciuolo, Stability domain and optimal design of a metamaterial made-up of a beam lattice with diagonal cables, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 26, pp 493-498, 2023
The article was published as article 80 of the book Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
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