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Crushing behaviour of corrugated tilted honeycomb core inspired by plant stem
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These corrugated tilted plates also leave the top gaps (corrugated gaps) of the same dimension as the cutting portions as circled in Fig. 3(e). These top corrugated gaps help decrease the initial stiffness and facilitate the initial bending during the crushing process. peak crushing force (PCF), mea
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  • These corrugated tilted plates also leave the top gaps (corrugated gaps) of the same dimension as the cutting portions as circled in Fig. 3(e). These top corrugated gaps help decrease the initial stiffness and facilitate the initial bending during the crushing process.
  • peak crushing force (PCF), mean crushing force (MCF), crushing force efficiency (CFE), and the specific energ
  • As illustrated in Fig. 3(b), the proposed CTH core can be easily fabricated using the slotting technique, which is widely used for the fabrication of conventional square honeycomb [48]. During the fabrication of each corrugated plate of CTH core shown in Fig. 3(a), rectangular plate of the same width (w) and length (l) can be slotted and corrugated...
  • These corrugated tilted plates also leave the top gaps (corrugated gaps) of the same dimension as the cutting portions as circled in Fig. 3(e).
  • ncreases the buckling resistance of the sidewalls and results in an enhancement of plateau crushing resistance as well as increases the plastic deformation of the folded corrugated sidewalls.

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