A Brief Study about Bio Inspired Self-Curing Composites

This technical paper’s goal is to align the methodology with current bio-inspired composites research initiatives. A viewpoint on present and potential self-curing strategies utilising this biomimetic method is provided. The self-curing material makes room for components that last longer while also preventing catastrophic failures. Numerous investigations on self-curing composites have been conducted in response to the capacity of people to heal: an exponential increase in material behaviour Therefore, the effectiveness of the cure is determined by the ratio of harm to cure rates. Significant advancements have been made in composite materials, production methods, and other fields over the previous few decades. structural design, too. However, due to their susceptibility to a variety of manufacturing defects, such as porosity, foreign body inclusion, incorrect fibre volume, bonding defect, fibre misalignment, ply misalignment, incorrect curing cycle, wavy fibre, ply cracking, delamination, fibre microstructural defects, and so on, composite materials are restricted in all engineering disciplines. Solutions were therefore needed to address these flaws throughout the service life of composites used in various constructions and pieces of equipment.

Although this promising area of study has advanced significantly in recent years, there are still numerous formal challenges to be addressed, and focused research is urgently needed to address a number of pressing issues. The materials found in nature, on the other hand, have the capacity to repair and regenerate themselves, ensuring their survival. As a result of ongoing research in the field, new curing agents with increased stability and quicker kinetics will be developed. At the cutting edge of self-curing, proper application of curing chemicals is a hot study area. Vascular networks are closely related to emerging bio-inspired therapeutic drugs.


Author (s) Details

Sravan Kumar Khuntia
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritanagar, Ettimadai, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu 641112, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India.

Shantanu Bhowmik
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritanagar, Ettimadai, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu 641112, India.


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Keywords –  Bio- imitative; bio- stimulated; self-curing composites; material science.


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