3 edition of Mechanics of nanoscale materials and devices found in the catalog.
Mechanics of nanoscale materials and devices
|Series||Materials Research Society symposium proceedings -- v. 924, Materials Research Society symposia proceedings -- v. 924|
|Contributions||Materials Research Society. Meeting|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||162 p. :|
|Number of Pages||162|
Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have attracted worldwide attention [1–4] for their wide range of applications, including atomic-force microscopes, field emitters, frictionless nanoactuators, nanomotors, nanobearings, nanosprings, nanofillers for composite materials, and nanoscale electronic devices . In addition to experimental endeavors, CNT. The book is an exceptional resource on multi-scale modelling of metals, nanocomposites, MEMS materials and biomedical applications. An extensive bibliography concerning all these topics is included. Highlights on bio-materials, MEMS, and the latest multi-scale methods (e.g., molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo) are presented.
Nanoscale and nanostructured materials have exhibited different physical properties from the corresponding macroscopic coarse-grained materials due to the size confinement. As a result, there is a need for new techniques to probe the mechanical behavior of advanced materials on the small scales. nouncements, and other materials there. Textbook We will not be closely following a textbook throughout the course. The closest and best book I think for outside references is Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by David Grifﬁths but we will make many diversions from this. This book is on reserve at the Engineering Library.
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The way it is written is eloquent, it covers several essential areas of microfluidics and also there are many a useful appendices at the end of the book.
I truly suggest reading this book to those interested in this area/5(3). About this book. A comprehensive advanced level examination of the transport theory of nanoscale devices. Provides advanced level material of electron transport in nanoscale devices from basic principles of quantum mechanics through to advanced theory and various numerical techniques for electron transport; Combines several up-to-date.
Nanoscale Devices Fabrication, Functionalization, and Accessibility from the Macroscopic World. (covering quantum and statistical mechanics, supramolecular chemistry, chemistry of surfaces, and silicon technology and devices), the book is intended to be self-contained providing in appendices the necessary side knowledge.
Nanoscale materials are emerging as an important class of materials that are highly desired for a broad spectrum of applications due to their unique and superior properties. Among this material family, nanoparticles have great promise for use in many areas including catalyst, optical, biological, microelectronic, and environmental applications.
This book contains a collection of the state-of-the-art reviews written by the leading researchers in the areas of nanoscale mechanics, molecular dynamics, nanoscale modeling of nanocomposites and mechanics of carbon nanotubes.
No other book provides reviews of recent discoveries such as a nanoscale analog of the Pauli’s principle, i.e. The 8th International Symposium on fracture mechanics of ceramics was held in on the campus of the University of Houston, Houston, TX, USA, on FebruaryWith the natural maturing of the fields of structural ceramics, this symposium focused on nano-scale materials, composites, thin films.
Nanoscale materials are smaller than many cellular components of the body. As such, there is massive potential to use nanomaterials for therapeutic applications, including drug delivery, tissue engineering, and medical diagnosis. Chapter 9 is dedicated to the use of nanoscale materials in the field of medical treatment and diagnosis.
This text was designed with the goal of bringing together several areas that are often taught separately - namely, fluid mechanics, electrodynamics, and interfacial chemistry and electrochemistry - with a focused goal of preparing the modern microfluidics researcher to analyse and model continuum fluid mechanical systems encountered when.
Nanoscale science and technology, often spoken of as “nanoscience” or “nanotechnology,” are simply science and engineering carried out on the nanometer scale, that is, 10 −9 meters.
Figure provides some sense of how this scale relates to more familiar, everyday scales. In the last two decades, researchers began developing the ability to manipulate matter at the level of single.
The primary aim of this book is to discuss various aspects of nanoscale device design and their applications including transport mechanism, modeling, and circuit applications. Provides a platform for modeling and analysis of state-of-the-art devices in nanoscale regime, reviews issues related to optimizing the sub-nanometer device performance.
The subject has matured into a rigorous discipline, and many university tribology and mechanics courses now routinely contain material on magnetic storage devices.
The major growth in the subject has been on the micro- and nanoscale aspects of tribology and mechanics. This text focuses on the physics of fluid transport in micro- and nanofabricated liquid-phase systems, with consideration of gas bubbles, solid particles, and macromolecules.
This text was designed with the goal of bringing together several areas that are often taught separately - namely, fluid mechanics, electrodynamics, and interfacial chemistry and electrochemistry - with a focused goal of.
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This book introduces the concept of "Nanoarchitechtonics", a term introduced by Dr Masakazu Aono to describe the correct manipulation of nanoscale materials in the creation of nano-devices and applications. With contributions from across the globe, Manipulation of Nanoscale Materials presents a broad spectrum of nanomaterials and their.
A comprehensive tutorial on the subject for practising electronics engineers, materials scientists and researchers developing nanoscale materials and applications, this text is also an up-to-date reference for graduates taking courses on nano mechanics or nanotechnology.
The term "nano-technology" was first used by Norio Taniguchi inthough it was not widely known. Inspired by Feynman's concepts, K. Eric Drexler used the term "nanotechnology" in his book Engines of Creation: The Coming Era of Nanotechnology, which proposed the idea of a nanoscale "assembler" which would be able to build a copy of itself and of other items of arbitrary complexity.
Nanoscale Magnetic Materials and Applications covers exciting new developments in the field of advanced magnetic materials. Readers will find valuable reviews of the current experimental and theoretical work on novel magnetic structures, nanocomposite magnets, spintronic materials, domain structure and domain-wall motion, in addition to nanoparticles and patterned magnetic recording media.
"This book covers recent trends and technologies of Si nanoscale devices, from cutting-edge transistors to qubits (quantum bits). It is a good book for graduate students and researchers to learn briefly about basic physics and the recent trends of silicon nanoscale devices." —Koji Ishibashi, Advanced Device Laboratory, Riken, Japan.
Manufacturing at the nanoscale is known as nanomanufacturing. Nanomanufacturing involves scaled-up, reliable, and cost-effective manufacturing of nanoscale materials, structures, devices, and systems.
It also includes research, development, and integration of top-down processes and increasingly complex bottom-up or self-assembly processes.Nanoscale science and technology, often spoken of as “nanoscience” or “nanotechnology,” are simply science and engineering carried out on the nanometer scale, that is, 10−9 meters.
Figure provides some sense of how this scale relates to more familiar, everyday scales. In the last two decades, researchers began developing the ability to manipulate matter at the level of single.Achieving stretchability in devices, however, requires a deeper understanding of nanoscale materials and mechanics beyond the success of flexible electronics.
In this regard, tremendous research efforts have been dedicated toward developing stretchable electrodes, which are one of the most important building blocks for stretchable electronics.