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Data supporting: 'Nanoindentation Response of 3D Printed PEGDA Hydrogels in a Hydrated Environment'

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posted on 2023-01-27, 09:40 authored by Mohammad Hakim KhaliliMohammad Hakim Khalili, Craig J. Williams, Rujing Zhang, Sandra WilsonSandra Wilson, Sue ImpeySue Impey, Indrat AriaIndrat Aria, Saurav Goel, Licia DossiLicia Dossi, Ashfaq Afsar, Fabian Duarte martinezFabian Duarte martinez, Christian MicallefChristian Micallef

Raw and processed data sets from nanoidentation response of 3D printed hydrogels. 


1. Raw data of nanoindentation response.

2. Representative load-displacement curves for each type of hydrogel.

3. Representative data for creep for different types of hydrogels.

4. Representative data for NMR spectras of different types of hydrogels.

5. Representative data for glass transition of different types of hydrogels.


Funding

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Ultra Precision

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

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EPSRC NetworkPlus In Digitalised Surface Manufacturing: Towards "World's Best" Processes

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Intelligent engineering coatings for in-manufacture and in-service monitoring of critical safety products (CoatIN)

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Transforming the Foundation Industries: a Network+ Towards Value by Innovation

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Newton Fellowship award from the Royal Society (nif\R1\191571)

Sir Henry Royce Institute - recurrent grant

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The Royce: Capitalising on the investment

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Sir Henry Royce Institute - Manchester and NNL Equipment

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Sir Henry Royce Institute - Manchester Build

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History

Authoriser (e.g. PI/supervisor)

m.hakim-khalili@cranfield.ac.uk