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Inflatable Silicone Cells, Zoi-karagkiozi 2012

Inflatable Silicone Cells, Zoi-karagkiozi 2012

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Published by Eduard_Lucaci_2301
Zoi Karagkiozi, 2012

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In respect of the recent emergence of Soft Robotics as an innovative generation of robotics crafts, soft actuated pneumatic networks with no rigid links or rotation joints challenge new potential applications on responsive design. This study attempts to address the challenge to fully predict and control the shape of their deformation within a complex aggregate pattern. The proposed design strategy allows innate characteristics and behaviors of the material system to be engaged into the computational design which is constantly updated through feedback from the fabrication process of the physical model. The computational design tool is a generative algorithm that involves a process of negotiation between form and integrated constraints based on a particle spring system. An initial experiment is carried out to determine its fitness to the design problem of a single unit and then further tests are conducted to test and report its efficiency in more complex systems when aggregating multiple components. The final outcome indicates a design tool that is capable to control the bend formation of the physical model and provide results in small assemblies with high rate of accuracy which gradually decreases as the profile geometry becomes more intricate by aggregating larger assemblies.
Zoi Karagkiozi, 2012

Abstract

In respect of the recent emergence of Soft Robotics as an innovative generation of robotics crafts, soft actuated pneumatic networks with no rigid links or rotation joints challenge new potential applications on responsive design. This study attempts to address the challenge to fully predict and control the shape of their deformation within a complex aggregate pattern. The proposed design strategy allows innate characteristics and behaviors of the material system to be engaged into the computational design which is constantly updated through feedback from the fabrication process of the physical model. The computational design tool is a generative algorithm that involves a process of negotiation between form and integrated constraints based on a particle spring system. An initial experiment is carried out to determine its fitness to the design problem of a single unit and then further tests are conducted to test and report its efficiency in more complex systems when aggregating multiple components. The final outcome indicates a design tool that is capable to control the bend formation of the physical model and provide results in small assemblies with high rate of accuracy which gradually decreases as the profile geometry becomes more intricate by aggregating larger assemblies.

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