Mechanical properties of 3-D printed truss-like lattice biopolymer non-stochastic structures for sandwich panels with natural fibre composite skins

@article{Azzouz2019MechanicalPO,
  title={Mechanical properties of 3-D printed truss-like lattice biopolymer non-stochastic structures for sandwich panels with natural fibre composite skins},
  author={Lyes Azzouz and Yong Kang Chen and M. Zarrelli and Joshua M. Pearce and Leslie Mitchell and Guogang Ren and Marzio Grasso},
  journal={Composite Structures},
  year={2019}
}
Abstract A full mechanical characterisation of three types of 3-D printed lattice cores was performed to evaluate the feasibility of using additive manufacturing (AM) of lightweight polymer-based sandwich panels for structural applications. Effects of the shape of three selected lattice structures on the compression, shear and bending strength has been experimentally investigated. The specimens tested were manufactured with an open source fused filament fabrication-based 3-D printer. These… 
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