Ridge Localizations and Networks in Thin Films Compressed by the Incremental Release of a Large Equi-biaxial Pre-stretch in the Substrate
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CitationTakei, Atsushi, Lihua Jin, John W. Hutchinson, and Hiroyuki Fujita. 2014. “Ridge Localizations and Networks in Thin Films Compressed by the Incremental Release of a Large Equi-Biaxial Pre-Stretch in the Substrate.” Advanced Materials 26 (24) (March 31): 4061–4067. doi:10.1002/adma.201306162.
AbstractTwo-dimensional ridge structures are induced by equi-biaxial compression with large equi-biaxial pre-stretch in a thin film by using a micro-fluidics technique. Whereas wrinkles tend to be uniformly distributed, ridges are localized. The wrinkle-to-ridge transition is unstable (subcritical), resulting in large amplitude changes. The nature and morphology of the ridges is studied and quantified by experiments and numerical simulations.
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