Energy Absorption Properties of Folded Honeycomb Structure Consisting of Corrugated Paperboard

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Many experiments and analysis of folded honeycomb consisting of corrugated paperboards show that the use of linerboard can increase the energy absorption and weight of folded honeycombs. However, it reduces the energy absorption per unit volume and unit mass and increases the cushioning cost either. For the same corrugate shape, reducing corrugated size will increase the weight of folded honeycombs, and changing corrugated size will change the energy absorption per unit volume, but it can not change the cushioning cost. At a low relative density of corrugated sandwiches, the energy absorption per unit volume and unit mass rapidly increases, and the cushioning cost decreases when the relative density of corrugated sandwiches rises. While at a higher relative density, the energy absorption per unit volume and unit mass does not effectively increase with relative density of corrugated sandwiches. However, the cushioning cost may increases. Therefore, when designing the corrugated sandwich size, we can change the thickness of corrugate basis-paper or the corrugated size to change the relative density of corrugated sandwiches and the cushioning cost.

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Periodical:

Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 160-162)

Edited by:

Guojun Zhang and Jessica Xu

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1488-1493

DOI:

10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.160-162.1488

Citation:

D. M. Wang et al., "Energy Absorption Properties of Folded Honeycomb Structure Consisting of Corrugated Paperboard", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 160-162, pp. 1488-1493, 2011

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November 2010

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