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Hyperbolic Striping on Triply-Periodic Minimal Surfaces

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Foams and Minimal Surfaces

Co-authors: Stephen Hyde (Australian National Univeristy), Jacob Kirkensgaard (Univeristy of Copenhagen), Liliana de Campo (Australian National University)

High symmetry dense packings of trees and lines in the two-dimensional hyperbolic plane can be projected to triply-periodic minimal surfaces. The resulting three-dimensional structures are complex and entangled. A particular family of these patterns on the Gyroid can be used to describe the self assembly of a set of hierarchical and chiral multicontinuous network structures from Y-shaped ABC and ABD three-miktoarm star terpolymers, formed during numerical simulations.

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