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Science and Technology of Materials is the official journal of SPM, the Portuguese Society of Materials Sociedade Portuguesa de Materiais , providing a forum for publishing peer-reviewed papers related to both fundamentals of materials science and technological application of engineering materials. The scope of the journal covers a wide range of topics in materials science that are of interest to the SPM, encompassing electrochemistry, corrosion and protection of materials, extractive metallurgy and recycling, electronic and optoelectronic materials, biomaterials, forest materials, polymeric and composite materials, foundry, heat treatment and surface engineering, tribology, and fracture. Science and Technology of Materials welcomes contributions in the form of original research papers, review articles and technical notes reporting advances on those fields, emphasizing new materials, new products and devices, and new technologies.
- Cellular materials in nature and medicine
- Four Questions in Cellular Material Design
- Mechanical Properties of Natural Cellular Materials
- Cellular Materials in Nature and Medicine
Cellular materials in nature and medicine
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Four Questions in Cellular Material Design
Cellular materials in medicine. – Trabecular bone, osteoporosis. – Tissue engineering scaffolds; cell-scaffold mechanics. • Cellular materials in nature.
Mechanical Properties of Natural Cellular Materials
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Cellular arrangement of matter is a building principle of nature. The combination of material and structural properties results in a set of completely new properties of solids. Currently, physicists, chemists, materials scientists and engineers explore those combinations by mimicking cellular structures of all material classes. Potential new applications have been identified in the fields of energy saving, lightweight construction, novel and efficient conversion concepts or biomedical repair functions, just to mention a few. In order to bring together experts from polymer, ceramic, glass and metal communities dealing with cellular materials, the CELLMAT conference series was started in
The design of cellular materials has recently undergone a paradigm shift, enabled by developments in Additive Manufacturing and design software.
Cellular Materials in Nature and Medicine
Bio-inspired cellular material is one of most representative 3D-printed architectures, and attracting growing attention compared to block counterparts. The integration of 3D printing and cellular materials offer massive advantages and opens up great opportunities in diverse application fields, particularly in electrochemical energy storage and conversion EESC. It begins with an introduction of advanced 3D printing techniques for cellular material fabrication, followed by the corresponding material design principles. Recent advances in 3D-printed cellular materials for EESC applications, including rechargeable batteries, supercapacitors and electrocatalysts are then summarized and discussed. Finally, current trends and challenges along with in-depth future perspectives are provided. If you are not the author of this article and you wish to reproduce material from it in a third party non-RSC publication you must formally request permission using Copyright Clearance Center. Go to our Instructions for using Copyright Clearance Center page for details.
Many materials have a cellular structure, with either a two-dimensional array of prismatic cells, as in a honeycomb, or a three-dimensional array of polyhedral cells, as in a foam. Engineering honeycombs and foams can now be made from nearly any material: polymers, metals, ceramics, glasses and composites, with pore sizes ranging from nanometers to millimeters. Their cellular structure gives rise to a unique combination of properties which are exploited in engineering design: their low weights make them attractive for structural sandwich panels, their ability to undergo large deformations at relatively low stresses makes them ideal for absorbing the energy of impacts, their low thermal conductivity makes them excellent insulators, and their high specific surface areas make them attractive for substrates for catalysts for chemical reactions.