The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Auxetics, Poisson's ratio, Composite material, Elasticity and Honeycomb structure. His Auxetics research includes elements of Structural engineering, Finite element method, Classical mechanics, Microstructure and Metamaterial. In Composite material, Joseph N. Grima works on issues like Compressibility, which are connected to Diamond and Hydrostatic stress.
His Elasticity research incorporates elements of Rotation, Cellular material and Buckling. His Honeycomb structure research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Honeycomb and Deformation. His work in the fields of Deformation, such as Deformation mechanism, overlaps with other areas such as Microscale chemistry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Auxetics, Poisson's ratio, Composite material, Metamaterial and Finite element method. His research in Auxetics intersects with topics in Work, Mathematical analysis, Elasticity, Deformation mechanism and Honeycomb structure. His Work research incorporates themes from Deformation and Classical mechanics.
Joseph N. Grima frequently studies issues relating to Compressibility and Composite material. His Metamaterial research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Condensed matter physics and Nanotechnology. His Finite element method research incorporates elements of Mechanical engineering and Thermal expansion, Negative thermal expansion.
Joseph N. Grima mainly investigates Auxetics, Metamaterial, Composite material, Work and Compressibility. In his study, Joseph N. Grima carries out multidisciplinary Auxetics and Poisson's ratio research. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Solid mechanics, Stiffness and Out of plane.
His studies deal with areas such as Cellulose and Graphene as well as Composite material. His Work study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Classical mechanics, Hinge, Deformation, Rotation around a fixed axis and Deformation. His Compressibility research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Thermal and Chemical engineering.
Joseph N. Grima focuses on Auxetics, Metamaterial, Composite material, Work and Poisson's ratio. His study in Auxetics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Compressibility, Deformation mechanism, Structural engineering, Deformation and Graphene. Joseph N. Grima combines subjects such as Space, Angular momentum and Rotation with his study of Metamaterial.
A large part of his Composite material studies is devoted to Stiffness. His research integrates issues of Composite number, Mechanical metamaterial and Magnetic moment in his study of Work. His Bending research integrates issues from Deformation and Finite element method.
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Auxetic behavior from rotating squares
Joseph N. Grima;Kenneth E. Evans.
Journal of Materials Science Letters (2000)
Elastic constants of 3-, 4- and 6-connected chiral and anti-chiral honeycombs subject to uniaxial in-plane loading
Andrew Alderson;K. L. Alderson;D. Attard;K. E. Evans.
Composites Science and Technology (2010)
A novel mechanism for generating auxetic behaviour in reticulated foams: missing rib foam model
C.W Smith;J.N Grima;K.E Evans.
Acta Materialia (2000)
Do Zeolites Have Negative Poisson's Ratios?
Joseph N. Grima;Rosie Jackson;Andrew Alderson;Kenneth E. Evans.
Advanced Materials (2000)
Auxetic behaviour from rotating rigid units
Joseph N. Grima;Andrew Alderson;Kenneth A. Evans.
Physica Status Solidi B-basic Solid State Physics (2005)
Tailoring Graphene to Achieve Negative Poisson's Ratio Properties
Joseph N. Grima;Szymon Winczewski;Luke Mizzi;Michael C. Grech.
Advanced Materials (2015)
Novel honeycombs with auxetic behaviour
N. Gaspar;X.J. Ren;C.W. Smith;J.N. Grima.
Acta Materialia (2005)
Auxetic behavior from rotating triangles
Joseph N. Grima;Kenneth E. Evans.
Journal of Materials Science (2006)
Hierarchical auxetic mechanical metamaterials.
Ruben Gatt;Luke Mizzi;Joseph I. Azzopardi;Keith M. Azzopardi.
Scientific Reports (2015)
On the properties of auxetic meta‐tetrachiral structures
Joseph N. Grima;Ruben Gatt;Pierre-Sandre Farrugia.
Physica Status Solidi B-basic Solid State Physics (2008)
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