Session L52: Focus Session: Extreme Mechanics - Origami, Creasing, and Folding

2:30 PM–5:30 PM, Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Room: 153C

Sponsoring Units: GSNP DFD
Chair: Ross Hatton, Carnegie Mellon University

Abstract ID: BAPS.2012.MAR.L52.7

Abstract: L52.00007 : Creasy modeling of a compressed elastic surface

4:06 PM–4:18 PM

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Authors:

  Tuomas Tallinen
    (Harvard University)

  L. Mahadevan
    (Harvard University)

Compression of an elastic layer attached to a rigid substrate leads to nucleation and growth of creases. We explore crease formation by a numerical model allowing control of compressive strain, anisotropy and bulk modulus. We address questions on arrangement and geometry of creases and model also the stabilizing effect of surface tension at small scales.

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