Pressure Adaptive Honeycomb


KU Center for Technology Commercialization, Inc. (KUCTC), Kansas, US

I.P. Brief: 

Pressure Adaptive Honeycomb (PAH) is an adaptive structure which uses pressurized cells to create an internal framework that lets structures like a jet wing or wind turbine blade morph in response to external or internal air pressure. Integration of PAH makes structures less complex and more efficient.


energy efficiency, optimization, fuel economy

Primary Industry: 

Aerospace & Defense

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