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Complex Web Construction: A Possible Clue to Mechanical Properties

  • L. Pautler (a1), E. Jennings (a1), J. Burnham (a1), T. Swain (a1), C. Li (a1), J. A. Hubbard (a1), N. Moy (a1), D Shattuck, Teacher (a1) (a2), Z. Qin (a2), M. Buehler (a2), V. Robertson (a3) and M. Shibata (a3)...
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[1] Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Draft Revised Science and Technology/Engineering Standards, (January, 2016).
[2] Zhao Qin, , et al, Nature Communications (2015).
[3] Qin, Zhao & Buehler, Markus J. Nature materials (2013).
[4] Cranford, S.W., et al, Nature 482 (2012). p. 72.
[5] Pugno, N., Cranford, S. & Buehler, M.J. Small 9(16 (2013). p. 2747.
[6] Tarakanova, Anna, Buehler, Markus J. & Soc, J. R. Interface (2012).
[7] The content of this poster was derived from materials research conducted by the Laboratory for Atomistic and Molecular Mechanics at MIT. Micrographs were provided by JEOL, USA as part of their support of the research effort. The student authors acknowledge and thank the Laboratory for Atomistic and Molecular Mechanics at MIT and the educational outreach of JEOL, USA. We also want to acknowledge and thank the Boston Post, Society of American Military Engineers for their encouragement and financial support of this project as well as the staff of the New England District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for their encouragement offered through our Educational Partnership.

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