NEMS-Nano Electro Mechanical Systems research papers 2015 IEEE PAPER
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THEORY AND COMPUTER MODELING NEMS ACTIVE PROTECTION CENTERS OF THE IRON GROUP TRANSITION METALS FROM THE EFFECTS OF
The problem of preserving the strength of materials under extreme attosecond pulse effects of electromagnetics and electrodynamics nature is taken under consideration in this paper. In particular, resolving of this problem is needed for the development of new attosecond
Signal analysis of NEMS sensors at the output of a chromatography column
Abstract. This article introduces a joined Bayesian estimation of gas samples issued from a gas chromatography column (GC) coupled with a NEMS sensor based on Giddings Eyring microscopic molecular stochastic model. The posterior distribution is sampled using a
Pull-In Voltage Modeling of Graphene Formed Nickel Nano Electro Mechanical Systems (NEMS)
Abstract:Pull-in voltage model of nano-electro-mechanical system with graphene is investigated for the device optimization. In the pull in voltage model, thickness of graphene layer is assumed to be uniform in vertical and lateral direction. Finite element analysis
Optimization of length and thickness of smart transduction layers on beam structures for control and M/NEMS applications
ABSTRACT This work addresses the optimization of the geometry of smart sensors and actuators on cantilever beams. Three transduction principles are studied and compared in term of efficiency: piezoelectric, electrostatic and dielectric. For the piezoelectric Carbon nanotube nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) are devices that combine the electrical and mechanical degrees of freedom in carbon nanotubes, the one-dimensional (1D) form of crystalline nanocarbon. It holds the record of the smallest NEMS made to date
Low Loss High Isolation NEMS/MEMS Switch for High Frequency RF Applications.
Abstract: MEMS switches are advantageous in terms of low power consumption, switching times, high isolation, low insertion loss and many more. This paper proposes a MEMS switch with high isolation and low insertion loss. The model used is a CPW configuration with a
Novel Saw Tooth Gate for Stiction and Pull-in Voltage Controlled Ohmic Silicon NEMS Switch
Background Nano-electro-mechanical systems (NEMS) are considered as potential candidates for low power switch integration due to the possibility for steep subthreshold slopes and near zero leakage currents . However, irrecoverable stiction failure and high
NEW MEMSNEMS SOLUTIONS FOR INTELLIGENT MECHATRONICS MICROSYSTEMS USED FOR ULTRAPRECISE MEASUREMENTS
Abstract: The scientific paper will research and consider new solutions MEMSNEMS for intelligent mechatronics microsystems used for ultraprecise measurement, linear and angular, describing the structural architecture, including hardware and their software.