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Titel: Monitoring the contact stress distribution of gecko-inspired adhesives using mechano-sensitive surface coatings
Autor(en): Neubauer, Jens W.Xue, LongjianErath, JohannDrotlef, Dirk-Michaeldel Campo, AránzazuFery, Andreas
Verlagsversion: https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.6b05327
Erscheinungsjahr: 2018
Publiziert in: ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Volume 8 (2016), Issue 28, Page 17870-17877
Verlag: Washington D.C. : American Chemical Society
Abstract: The contact geometry of microstructured adhesive surfaces is of high relevance for adhesion enhancement. Theoretical considerations indicate that the stress distribution in the contact zone is crucial for the detachment mechanism, but direct experimental evidence is missing so far. In this work, we propose a method that allows, for the first time, the detection of local stresses at the contact area of biomimetic adhesive microstructures during contact formation, compression and detachment. We use a mechano-sensitive polymeric layer, which turns mechanical stresses into changes of fluorescence intensity. The biomimetic surface is brought into contact with this layer in a well-defined fashion using a microcontact printer, while the contact area is monitored with fluorescence microscopy in situ. Thus, changes in stress distribution across the contact area during compression and pull-off can be visualized with a lateral resolution of 1 μm. We apply this method to study the enhanced adhesive performance of T-shaped micropillars, compared to flat punch microstructures. We find significant differences in the stress distribution of the both differing contact geometries during pull-off. In particular, we find direct evidence for the suppression of crack nucleation at the edge of T-shaped pillars, which confirms theoretical models for the superior adhesive properties of these structures.
Schlagwörter: adhesion; bioinspired; biomimetic; mechano-responsive; polyelectrolyte brushes; polymer brushes
DDC: 620
Lizenz: CC BY-NC 3.0 Unported
Link zur Lizenz: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/
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