Analytical investigation of multi-layered rollable displays considering nonlinear elastic adhesive interfaces.
- Analytical investigation of multi-layered rollable displays considering nonlinear elastic adhesive interfaces.
- SANGHYUN, HAN; SHIN, JUN HYUK; CHOI, SU SEOK
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- Nature Publishing Group
- To design the multilayered structures of reliable rollable displays, finite element method (FEM) investigations are conducted at various rolling conditions. Given that the optically clear adhesive (OCA) is the only flexible component and interfacial layer that plays an important role in allowing flexibility in rollable displays, we investigated its nonlinear elastic properties in detail. Hereto, FEM of rollable displays have been limited and inaccurate because OCA has been assumed to be a linear elastic material. In addition, despite the fact that rolling deformation exhibits complex bending characteristics, unlike folding, the mechanical behaviors over the entire area of rollable displays at all positions have not yet been addressed. In this study, we describe the dynamic and mechanical characteristics of rollable displays at all positions considering the hyperelastic and viscoelastic properties of OCA. The maximum normal strain of the rollable displays was applied about 0.98%, and the maximum shear strain of the OCA was shown to be around 720%. To assess the stability of the rollable displays, normal and yield strains were compared to each layer and investigated. Consequently, mechanical modeling of the rollable displays was conducted and stable rolling behaviors that did not cause permanent deformation were investigated.
- Article Type
- Scientific Reports, vol. 13, no. 1, 2023-12
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