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增材制造仿生结构的力学性能优化及其功能设计研究进展

李家雨 付宇彤 *李元庆 *付绍云

李家雨, 付宇彤, *李元庆, 等. 增材制造仿生结构的力学性能优化及其功能设计研究进展[J]. 复合材料学报, 2024, 42(0): 1-22.
引用本文: 李家雨, 付宇彤, *李元庆, 等. 增材制造仿生结构的力学性能优化及其功能设计研究进展[J]. 复合材料学报, 2024, 42(0): 1-22.
LI Jiayu, FU Yutong, LI Yuanqing, et al. Research progress on mechanical performance optimization and functional design of additive manufactured biomimetic structures[J]. Acta Materiae Compositae Sinica.
Citation: LI Jiayu, FU Yutong, LI Yuanqing, et al. Research progress on mechanical performance optimization and functional design of additive manufactured biomimetic structures[J]. Acta Materiae Compositae Sinica.

增材制造仿生结构的力学性能优化及其功能设计研究进展

基金项目: 国家自然科学基金-青年科学基金项目及重点项目(12202082,12332008);重庆市自然科学基金面上项目(CSTB2022NSCQ-MSX0608);第九届中国科协青年人才托举工程项目(2023QNRC001);重庆市博士后创新人才支持计划(CQBX202206)
详细信息
    通讯作者:

    付宇彤,博士,副研究员,硕士生导师,研究方向:3D打印复合材料 E-mail: fyt15@cqu.edu.cn

    李元庆,博士,教授,博士生导师,研究方向:结构复合材料,功能复合材料 E-mail: yqli@cqu.edu.cn

    付绍云,博士,二级教授,博士生导师,研究方向:航空航天复合材料,复合材料力学 E-mail: syfu@cqu.edu.cn

Research progress on mechanical performance optimization and functional design of additive manufactured biomimetic structures

Funds: National Natural Science Foundation of China (12202082,12332008); Chongqing Natural Science Foundation (CSTB2022NSCQ-MSX0608); The 9th China Association for Science and Technology Young Talent Lifting Project (2023QNRC001); Chongqing Postdoctoral Innovative Talent Support Program (CQBX202206)
  • 摘要: 仿生结构能够克服传统结构和材料的缺陷,并能突破一些困难从而实现高性能和功能。增材制造(3D打印)技术可以实现复杂结构的成型,从而可以制备出具有优越力学性能和更多样化功能的仿生结构。随着增材制造技术的不断发展,增材制造技术与仿生结构设计的结合越来越受到人们的关注。同时,增材制造仿生结构具有良好的力学性能和功能,在航空航天、轨道交通、机械工业、生物医学工程等领域受到关注。本文总结了近年来3D打印仿生结构的研究进展,主要集中在力学性能优化和功能方面。优化的力学性能主要包括吸能、高强度、高刚度等,而功能则与传感、驾驶、医学等有关。最后,本文对增材制造仿生结构的优势、现有研究局限性和未来发展进行了展望。

     

  • 图  1  增材制造仿生结构总结:高吸能结构[20][21];高强度结构[32][35];高刚度结构[36] [40];传感结构[41][46];驱动结构[47][50];医学功能结构[57][59];其它功能结构[61][62]

    Figure  1.  Additive manufactured biomimetic structures: high-energy-absorbing structures [20][21]; high-strength structures [32][35]; high-stiffness structures [36] [40]; sensing structures [41][46]; drive structures [47][50]; medical functional structures [57][59]; other functional structures [61][62].

    图  2  管状吸能结构:(a)受竹子结构启发的薄壁管状结构[20];(b)受竹子微观结构启发的嵌套蜂窝管结构[21];(c)新型仿生双管薄壁结构[22];(d)管状分层管结构[23]

    Figure  2.  Tubular energy-absorbing structures: (a) thin-walled tubular structure inspired by bamboo structures [20]; (b) nested honeycomb tube structure inspired by the microstructure of bamboo [21]; (c) novel bionic double-tube thin-walled structure [22]; (d) tubular layered pipe structure[23]

    图  3  泡沫吸能结构:(a)分层泡沫结构[24];(b)多孔结构[25];(c)泡沫铝结构[26];(d)仿生多孔结构[27]

    Figure  3.  Foam energy-absorbing structures: (a) layered foam structure [24]; (b) porous structure [25]; (c) aluminium foam structure [26]; (d) biomimetic porous structure [27].

    图  4  夹心吸能结构:(a)轻质仿生双正弦波纹(DCS)夹层结构[28];(b)电镜下啄木鸟上喙微观结构[29];(c)新型仿生多孔蜂窝夹层板[30];(d)仿叶片加强夹层结构[31]

    Figure  4.  Sandwich energy-absorbing structures: (a) lightweight bionic double sinusoidal corrugated (DCS) sandwich structure [28]; (b) microstructure of upper beak of a woodpecker under electron microscopy [29]; (c) novel biomimetic porous honeycomb sandwich panel [30]; (d) reinforcement of the sandwich structure derived from leaves [31]

    图  5  高强度蜂窝结构:(a)受马蹄启发的仿生蜂窝结构[32];(b)新型分层多孔结构-六边形材料[33];(c)多孔蜂窝结构[34]

    Figure  5.  High-strength honeycomb structures: (a) bionic honeycomb structure inspired by horseshoe [32]; (b) novel layered porous structure-hexagonal material [33]; (c) porous honeycomb structure[34]

    图  6  高强度陀螺结构:(a)新型轻质TPMS芯夹层结构[35];(b)受蝴蝶启发的超轻陀螺结构[36]

    Figure  6.  High-strength gyroscope structures: (a) new lightweight TPMS core sandwich structure[35]; (b) ultra-light gyroscope structure inspired by butterflies[36]

    图  7  高刚度结构:(a)一种改善杆力学性能的新结构[38];(b)两种珠层结构[39];(c)双连续结构[40]

    Figure  7.  High-stiffness structures: (a) a new structure with improved mechanical properties of rod [38]; (b) two bead layer structure [39]; (c) bi-continuum structure [40].

    图  8  传感仿生材料:(a)仿乌贼骨骼压电传感器[41];(b)仿跳蚤柔性压力传感器[42];(c)超灵敏仿生传感器[43];(d)软自愈聚脲模型系统[44];(e)发光种子状飞翔器[45];(f)离子液体软材料[46]

    Figure  8.  Sensing biomimetic materials: (a) squid-like bone piezoelectric sensors [41]; (b) flea-like flexible pressure sensor [42]; (c) ultra-sensitive biomimetic sensors [43]; (d) soft self-healing polyurea model system [44]; (e) luminescent seed-like hoverboard [45]; (f) ionic liquid soft materials[46]

    图  9  仿生驱动结构:(a)软刚性混合机器鱼[47];(b)假手中植入磁性便签[48];(c)仿含羞草金属仿生结构[49];(d)气动人造肌肉[50];(e)PGHN/ PLA变刚度结构[51]

    Figure  9.  Bionic drive structures: (a) soft-rigid hybrid robotic fish [47]; (b) implantation of magnetic sticky notes in the fake hand [48]; (c) mimosa-like metal biomimetic structure pneumatic artificial muscle [49]; (d) pneumatic artificial muscles[50]; (e)PGHN/ PLA variable stiffness structure[51]

    图  10  生物医学工程结构:(a)模拟Haversian骨结构的生物陶瓷支架[53];(b)仿生半月板支架[55];(c)由表皮、真皮层和真皮组成的三层皮肤结构[56];(d)活性注射微针[57];(e)仿生神经探针系统[58];(f)多维纳米褶皱结构[59];(g)TPMS骨支架[54]

    Figure  10.  Biomedical engineering structures: (a) bioceramic scaffolds that mimic Haversian bone structure [53]; (b) bionic meniscus scaffolds [55]; (c) three-layer skin structure consisting of epidermis, dermis, and dermis [56]; (d) active injection microneedles [57]; (e) biomimetic neural probe system [58]; (f) multi-dimensional nanofold structure[59]; (g)TPMS bone scaffolds[54]

    图  11  其他功能结构:(a)电磁波吸收元结构[60];(b)仿生太阳蒸发器[61];(c)仿生复合眼透镜[62]

    Figure  11.  Other functional structures: (a) electromagnetic wave absorbing element structure[60]; (b) bionic solar evaporator[61]; (c) biomimetic composite eye lens[62]

    表  1  仿生结构的力学性能优化情况

    Table  1.   Optimization of mechanical properties of biomimetic structures

    Bionic structure Researchers Optimization of mechanical properties References
    Thin-walled energy-absorbing and impact-resistant structure
    Zou et al

    The SEA is 35.03 J/g

    [20]

    BHTNS

    Hu et al

    The SEA is 51.7 J/g

    [21]

    BBTS

    Xiang et al

    It is 10% higher than the SEA of the original biomimetic structure.

    [22]

    Tendon-like tubular layered
    tube

    Tsang and Raza et al
    The peak total energy of the second-order and third-order layered tubes is reduced by 75% and 89%, respectively, compared with the first-order tubes.
    [23]

    Layered foam construction

    Fan et al
    The energy absorption capacity of SEA is 40.0% to 73.0% higher than that of foam cylinders made of aluminum alone.
    [24]
    Cylindrical cavity porous structure Tane et al The energy absorbed is six times higher than that of foam structures with isotropic pores
    [25]
    Foam aluminium construction Rhee et al Biomimetic foam structure increases by 10% to 30% compared to SEA of other natural macroporous foam structures
    [26]
    Biomimetic porous structure Zhang et al The SEA is 13.2 J/g [27]

    A novel lightweight bio-inspired double-sine corrugated (DSC) sandwich structure


    Yang et al
    Compared with conventional sinusoidal corrugated core sandwich structure, specific absorbed energy SEA of the bionic double sinusoidal corrugated sandwich structure is 1.7 times that of sandwich structure.

    [28]

    BHSP

    San Ha et al
    The specific energy absorption of the new sandwich panel is 1.25 times that of the standard honeycomb sandwich panel.
    [30]
    Soft honeycomb core with reinforced sandwich structure
    Sun et al
    The specific energy absorption ratio is 125% higher than that of traditional honeycomb sandwich panels.
    [31]
    Bionic honeycomb structure inspired by horseshoe
    Yang et al
    Compared with the traditional honeycomb structure, the compressive strength of the horseshoe honeycomb structure is increased by 43.8%
    [32]
    Novel layered porous structure-hexagonal material
    Zhang et al
    The specific energy absorption of the layered honeycomb structure is about 15% higher than that of the standard honeycomb structure.
    [33]

    Porous honeycomb structure

    He et al
    Compared with the ordinary honeycomb structure, the specific strength of the first-class and second-level spider webs increased by 62.1% and 82.4%, respectively
    [34]
    New lightweight TPMS core sandwich structure
    Peng et al
    When the relative density of TPMS nuclei is 0.35 and 0.5, the maximum load is about 15.9 N and 23.1 N, respectively, which are significantly increased.
    [35]
    Ultra-light gyroscope structure inspired by butterflies Marco Pelanconi et al The maximum load of the carbon fiber reinforced structure is 180% higher than that of the unreinforced structure.
    [36]
    New structure with improved mechanical properties of rod Tavangarian et al Compared to solid rods, NCSs have higher stiffness and a slower fracture process [38]

    Two bead layer structure
    Jigar Patadiya et al Compared with the neat NC sample, the impact resistance of the bead-layer structure NS is 112.098 J/m (9.37%), 803.415 MPa (11.23%), and 1563 MPa (10.85%), all of which were higher than NC.
    [39]
    Bi-continuum structure Sun et al Compared with pure ceramics, the toughness is about 116 times higher. [40]
    Notes: SEA are specific absorption;BHTNS are bionic honeycomb tubular nested structure;BBTS are bionic bi-tubular thin-walled structure;BHSP are a novel bio-inspired honeycomb sandwich panel based on the microstructure of a woodpeckers beak is proposed.
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