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Materials that occur in nature commonly consist of complex architectures arranged in a hierarchy that can be observed at different length scales. However, the design of hierarchical materials is often challenging due to the enormous size of their design space. This tool utilizes an algorithm to provide all possible configurations(topologies) of a structural level in a Hierarchical Material. This data lists all the topologies expressed in a matrix and can be downloaded as a txt file.
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