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Title: Direct Laser Writing of Low-Density Interdigitated Foams for Plasma Drive Shaping [Direct Laser Writing of Low Density Nanostitched Foams for Plasma Drive Shaping]

Monolithic porous bulk materials have many promising applications ranging from energy storage and catalysis to high energy density physics. High resolution additive manufacturing techniques, such as direct laser writing via two photon polymerization (DLW-TPP), now enable the fabrication of highly porous microlattices with deterministic morphology control. In this work, DLW-TPP is used to print millimeter-sized foam reservoirs (down to 0.06 g cm –3) with tailored density-gradient profiles, where density is varied by over an order of magnitude (for instance from 0.6 to 0.06 g cm –3) along a length of <100 µm. Taking full advantage of this technology, however, is a multiscale materials design problem that requires detailed understanding of how the different length scales, from the molecular level to the macroscopic dimensions, affect each other. The design of these 3D-printed foams is based on the brickwork arrangement of 100 × 100 × 16 µm 3 log-pile blocks constructed from sub-micrometer scale features. A block-to-block interdigitated stitching strategy is introduced for obtaining high density uniformity at all length scales. Lastly, these materials are used to shape plasma-piston drives during ramp-compression of targets under high energy density conditions created at the OMEGA Laser Facility.
Authors:
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  1. Lawrence Livermore National Lab. (LLNL), Livermore, CA (United States)
Publication Date:
Report Number(s):
LLNL-JRNL-730683
Journal ID: ISSN 1616-301X; TRN: US1800274
Grant/Contract Number:
AC52-07NA27344; AC02-05CH11231; 15-ERD-019
Type:
Accepted Manuscript
Journal Name:
Advanced Functional Materials
Additional Journal Information:
Journal Volume: 27; Journal Issue: 43; Journal ID: ISSN 1616-301X
Publisher:
Wiley
Research Org:
Lawrence Livermore National Lab. (LLNL), Livermore, CA (United States)
Sponsoring Org:
USDOE
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
36 MATERIALS SCIENCE; porous materials; two photon polymerization; high energy density physics; additive manufacturing
OSTI Identifier:
1411687
Alternate Identifier(s):
OSTI ID: 1395183

Oakdale, James S., Smith, Raymond F., Forien, Jean -Baptiste, Smith, William L., Ali, Suzanne J., Bayu Aji, Leonardus B., Willey, Trevor M., Ye, Jianchao, van Buuren, Anthony W., Worthington, Matthew A., Prisbrey, Shon T., Park, Hye -Sook, Amendt, Peter A., Baumann, Theodore F., and Biener, Juergen. Direct Laser Writing of Low-Density Interdigitated Foams for Plasma Drive Shaping [Direct Laser Writing of Low Density Nanostitched Foams for Plasma Drive Shaping]. United States: N. p., Web. doi:10.1002/adfm.201702425.
Oakdale, James S., Smith, Raymond F., Forien, Jean -Baptiste, Smith, William L., Ali, Suzanne J., Bayu Aji, Leonardus B., Willey, Trevor M., Ye, Jianchao, van Buuren, Anthony W., Worthington, Matthew A., Prisbrey, Shon T., Park, Hye -Sook, Amendt, Peter A., Baumann, Theodore F., & Biener, Juergen. Direct Laser Writing of Low-Density Interdigitated Foams for Plasma Drive Shaping [Direct Laser Writing of Low Density Nanostitched Foams for Plasma Drive Shaping]. United States. doi:10.1002/adfm.201702425.
Oakdale, James S., Smith, Raymond F., Forien, Jean -Baptiste, Smith, William L., Ali, Suzanne J., Bayu Aji, Leonardus B., Willey, Trevor M., Ye, Jianchao, van Buuren, Anthony W., Worthington, Matthew A., Prisbrey, Shon T., Park, Hye -Sook, Amendt, Peter A., Baumann, Theodore F., and Biener, Juergen. 2017. "Direct Laser Writing of Low-Density Interdigitated Foams for Plasma Drive Shaping [Direct Laser Writing of Low Density Nanostitched Foams for Plasma Drive Shaping]". United States. doi:10.1002/adfm.201702425. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1411687.
@article{osti_1411687,
title = {Direct Laser Writing of Low-Density Interdigitated Foams for Plasma Drive Shaping [Direct Laser Writing of Low Density Nanostitched Foams for Plasma Drive Shaping]},
author = {Oakdale, James S. and Smith, Raymond F. and Forien, Jean -Baptiste and Smith, William L. and Ali, Suzanne J. and Bayu Aji, Leonardus B. and Willey, Trevor M. and Ye, Jianchao and van Buuren, Anthony W. and Worthington, Matthew A. and Prisbrey, Shon T. and Park, Hye -Sook and Amendt, Peter A. and Baumann, Theodore F. and Biener, Juergen},
abstractNote = {Monolithic porous bulk materials have many promising applications ranging from energy storage and catalysis to high energy density physics. High resolution additive manufacturing techniques, such as direct laser writing via two photon polymerization (DLW-TPP), now enable the fabrication of highly porous microlattices with deterministic morphology control. In this work, DLW-TPP is used to print millimeter-sized foam reservoirs (down to 0.06 g cm–3) with tailored density-gradient profiles, where density is varied by over an order of magnitude (for instance from 0.6 to 0.06 g cm–3) along a length of <100 µm. Taking full advantage of this technology, however, is a multiscale materials design problem that requires detailed understanding of how the different length scales, from the molecular level to the macroscopic dimensions, affect each other. The design of these 3D-printed foams is based on the brickwork arrangement of 100 × 100 × 16 µm3 log-pile blocks constructed from sub-micrometer scale features. A block-to-block interdigitated stitching strategy is introduced for obtaining high density uniformity at all length scales. Lastly, these materials are used to shape plasma-piston drives during ramp-compression of targets under high energy density conditions created at the OMEGA Laser Facility.},
doi = {10.1002/adfm.201702425},
journal = {Advanced Functional Materials},
number = 43,
volume = 27,
place = {United States},
year = {2017},
month = {9}
}

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