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Biomimetics, Biodesign and Bionics Technological Advances Toward Sustainable Development

Title
Biomimetics, Biodesign and Bionics [electronic resource] : Technological Advances Toward Sustainable Development / edited by Amilton José Vieira Arruda, Felipe Luis Palombini.
ISBN
9783031513114
Edition
1st ed. 2024.
Publication
Cham : Springer Nature Switzerland : Imprint: Springer, 2024.
Physical Description
1 online resource (VI, 284 p.) 183 illus., 156 illus. in color.
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Summary
Nature is a vast source of inspiration and information for the resolution of complex problems and can influence many varieties of design. Biomimetics, biodesign and bionics are three branches of interdisciplinary research merging biological and applied sciences. This volume collects cases that highlight recent breakthroughs in these disciplines. Biological features such as patterns, shapes, mechanisms, colors, structures, and more can be analyzed, organized, and modeled for application in human creations. Therefore, design, engineering, and architecture projects can benefit from solutions that were already tested and verified through evolution in the natural world. With the development of new technologies for the investigation, simulation, and testing of natural features, the path from nature to product can be accelerated. The cases presented in this work showcase how technological advancements are leading to improved design solutions and influencing our very comprehension of nature and its complex organization.
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Language
English
Added to Catalog
May 22, 2024
Series
Environmental Footprints and Eco-design of Products and Processes,
Environmental Footprints and Eco-design of Products and Processes,
Contents
Chapter 1 Didactic/Methodological Proposal
Chapter 2 Bionics and Design
Chapter 3 Bio-digital 'material systems'
Chapter 4 Echinodesign
Chapter 5 Biodigital Product Design
Chapter 6 Method and processes for abstraction of natural micro-structures for new product development
Chapter 7 Biomimetics and 4D Printing
Chapter 8 Innovative trends in academic pavilions
Chapter 9 Levels of access to biomimetics
Chapter 10 Biodesign as a tool to achieve sustainable construction through additive manufacturing.
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