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Micro Electro Mechanical System Design

Author : James J. Allen
ISBN : 9781420027754
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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It is challenging at best to find a resource that provides the breadth of information necessary to develop a successful micro electro mechanical system (MEMS) design. Micro Electro Mechanical System Design is that resource. It is a comprehensive, single-source guide that explains the design process by illustrating the full range of issues involved, how they are interrelated, and how they can be quickly and accurately addressed. The materials are presented in logical order relative to the manner a MEMS designer needs to apply them. For example, in order for a project to be completed correctly, on time, and within budget, the following diverse yet correlated issues must be attended to during the initial stages of design and development: Understanding the fabrication technologies that are available Recognizing the relevant physics involved for micron scale devices Considering implementation issues applicable to computer aided design Focusing on the engineering details and the subsequent evaluation testing Maintaining an eye for detail regarding both reliability and packaging These issues are fully addressed in this book, along with questions and problems at the end of each chapter that promote review and further contemplation of each topic. In addition, the appendices offer information that complement each stage of project design and development.

Introduction To Microelectromechanical Systems Engineering

Author : Nadim Maluf
ISBN : 1580535917
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Bringing you up-to-date with the latest developments in MEMS technology, this major revision of the best-selling An Introduction to Microelectromechanical Systems Engineering offers you a current understanding of this cutting-edge technology. You gain practical knowledge of MEMS materials, design, and manufacturing, and learn how it is being applied in industrial, optical, medical and electronic markets. The second edition features brand new sections on RF MEMS, photo MEMS, micromachining on materials other than silicon, reliability analysis, plus an expanded reference list. With an emphasis on commercialized products, this unique resource helps you determine whether your application can benefit from a MEMS solution, understand how other applications and companies have benefited from MEMS, and select and define a manufacturable MEMS process for your application. You discover how to use MEMS technology to enable new functionality, improve performance, and reduce size and cost. The book teaches you the capabilities and limitations of MEMS devices and processes, and helps you communicate the relative merits of MEMS to your company's management. From critical discussions on design operation and process fabrication of devices and systems, to a thorough explanation of MEMS packaging, this easy-to-understand book clearly explains the basics of MEMS engineering, making it an invaluable reference for your work in the field.

Mechanics Of Microelectromechanical Systems

Author : Nicolae Lobontiu
ISBN : 9780387230375
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book offers a comprehensive coverage to the mechanics of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), which are analyzed from a mechanical engineer’s viewpoint as devices that transform an input form of energy, such as thermal, electrostatic, electromagnetic or optical, into output mechanical motion (in the case of actuation) or that can operate with the reversed functionality (as in sensors) and convert an external stimulus, such as mechanical motion, into (generally) electric energy. The impetus of this proposal stems from the perception that such an approach might contribute to a more solid understanding of the principles governing the mechanics of MEMS, and would hopefully enhance the efficiency of modeling and designing reliable and desirably-optimized microsystems. The work represents an attempt at both extending and deepening the mechanical-based approach to MEMS in the static domain by providing simple, yet reliable tools that are applicable to micromechanism design through current fabrication technologies. Lumped-parameter stiffness and compliance properties of flexible components are derived both analytically (as closed-form solutions) and as simplified (engineering) formulas. Also studied are the principal means of actuation/sensing and their integration into the overall microsystem. Various examples of MEMS are studied in order to better illustrate the presentation of the different modeling principles and algorithms. Through its objective, approach and scope, this book offers a novel and systematic insight into the MEMS domain and complements existing work in the literature addressing part of the material developed herein.

Nano And Micro Electromechanical Systems

Author : Sergey Edward Lyshevski
ISBN : 0849309166
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Society is approaching and advancing nano- and microtechnology from various angles of science and engineering. The need for further fundamental, applied, and experimental research is matched by the demand for quality references that capture the multidisciplinary and multifaceted nature of the science. Presenting cutting-edge information that is applicable to many fields, Nano- and Micro-Electromechanical Systems: Fundamentals of Nano and Microengineering, Second Edition builds the theoretical foundation for understanding, modeling, controlling, simulating, and designing nano- and microsystems. The book focuses on the fundamentals of nano- and microengineering and nano- and microtechnology. It emphasizes the multidisciplinary principles of NEMS and MEMS and practical applications of the basic theory in engineering practice and technology development. Significantly revised to reflect both fundamental and technological aspects, this second edition introduces the concepts, methods, techniques, and technologies needed to solve a wide variety of problems related to high-performance nano- and microsystems. The book is written in a textbook style and now includes homework problems, examples, and reference lists in every chapter, as well as a separate solutions manual. It is designed to satisfy the growing demands of undergraduate and graduate students, researchers, and professionals in the fields of nano- and microengineering, and to enable them to contribute to the nanotechnology revolution.

Introduction To Microelectromechanical Microwave Systems

Author : Héctor J. de los Santos
ISBN : 158053872X
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Microelectromechanical microwave systems are the product of integrated circuit technology, mechanical engineering, materials science, and microwave communications. This completely updated, second edition of an Artech House bestseller brings together all the principles, techniques, methods, and theories from these different fields to provide you with a full, all-encompassing introduction to microelectromechanical microwave systems.

Scaling Issues And Design Of Mems

Author : Salvatore Baglio
ISBN : 0470034084
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This accessible volume delivers a complete design methodology for microelectromechanical systems (MEMS). Focusing on the scaling of an autonomous micro-system, it explains the real-world problems and theoretical concepts of several different aspects inherent to the miniaturization of sensors and actuators. It reports on the analysis of dimensional scaling, the modelling, design and experimental characterization of a wide range of specific devices and applications, including: temperature microsensors based on an integrated complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) thermocouple; mechanical sensors; inductive microsensors for the detection of magnetic particles; electrostatic, thermal and magnetic actuators. With an original approach, this informative text encompasses the entire range of themes currently at the forefront of MEMS, including an analysis of the importantissue of energy sources in MEMS. In addition, the book explores contemporary research into the design of complete MEMS with a case study on colonies of microbots. Scaling Issues and Design of MEMS aims to improve the reader’s basic knowledge on modelling issues of complex micro devices, and to encourage new thinking about scaling effects. It will provide support for practising engineers working within the defence industry and will also be of welcome interest to graduate students and researchers with a background in electronic engineering, physics, chemistry, biology and materials science.

Principles Of Microelectromechanical Systems

Author : Ki Bang Lee
ISBN : 9781118102244
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The building blocks of MEMS design through closed-formsolutions Microelectromechanical Systems, or MEMS, is the technology ofvery small systems; it is found in everything from inkjet printersand cars to cell phones, digital cameras, and medical equipment.This book describes the principles of MEMS via a unified approachand closed-form solutions to micromechanical problems, which havebeen recently developed by the author and go beyond what isavailable in other texts. The closed-form solutions allow thereader to easily understand the linear and nonlinear behaviors ofMEMS and their design applications. Beginning with an overview of MEMS, the opening chapter alsopresents dimensional analysis that provides basic dimensionlessparameters existing in large- and small-scale worlds. The book thenexplains microfabrication, which presents knowledge on the commonfabrication process to design realistic MEMS. From there, coverageincludes: Statics/force and moment acting on mechanical structures instatic equilibrium Static behaviors of structures consisting of mechanicalelements Dynamic responses of the mechanical structures by the solving oflinear as well as nonlinear governing equations Fluid flow in MEMS and the evaluation of damping force acting onthe moving structures Basic equations of electromagnetics that govern the electricalbehavior of MEMS Combining the MEMS building blocks to form actuators and sensorsfor a specific purpose All chapters from first to last use a unified approach in whichequations in previous chapters are used in the derivations ofclosed-form solutions in later chapters. This helps readers toeasily understand the problems to be solved and the derivedsolutions. In addition, theoretical models for the elements andsystems in the later chapters are provided, and solutions for thestatic and dynamic responses are obtained in closed-forms. This book is designed for senior or graduate students inelectrical and mechanical engineering, researchers in MEMS, andengineers from industry. It is ideal for radiofrequency/electronics/sensor specialists who, for design purposes,would like to forego numerical nonlinear mechanical simulations.The closed-form solution approach will also appeal to devicedesigners interested in performing large-scale parametricanalysis.

Mems And Nems

Author : Sergey Edward Lyshevski
ISBN : 9781420040517
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The development of micro- and nano-mechanical systems (MEMS and NEMS) foreshadows momentous changes not only in the technological world, but in virtually every aspect of human life. The future of the field is bright with opportunities, but also riddled with challenges, ranging from further theoretical development through advances in fabrication technologies, to developing high-performance nano- and microscale systems, devices, and structures, including transducers, switches, logic gates, actuators and sensors. MEMS and NEMS: Systems, Devices, and Structures is designed to help you meet those challenges and solve fundamental, experimental, and applied problems. Written from a multi-disciplinary perspective, this book forms the basis for the synthesis, modeling, analysis, simulation, control, prototyping, and fabrication of MEMS and NEMS. The author brings together the various paradigms, methods, and technologies associated with MEMS and NEMS to show how to synthesize, analyze, design, and fabricate them. Focusing on the basics, he illustrates the development of NEMS and MEMS architectures, physical representations, structural synthesis, and optimization. The applications of MEMS and NEMS in areas such as biotechnology, medicine, avionics, transportation, and defense are virtually limitless. This book helps prepare you to take advantage of their inherent opportunities and effectively solve problems related to their configurations, systems integration, and control.

Microelectromechanical Systems

Author : National Research Council
ISBN : 9780309059800
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Microelectromenchanical systems (MEMS) is a revolutionary field that adapts for new uses a technology already optimized to accomplish a specific set of objectives. The silicon-based integrated circuits process is so highly refined it can produce millions of electrical elements on a single chip and define their critical dimensions to tolerances of 100-billionths of a meter. The MEMS revolution harnesses the integrated circuitry know-how to build working microsystems from micromechanical and microelectronic elements. MEMS is a multidisciplinary field involving challenges and opportunites for electrical, mechanical, chemical, and biomedical engineering as well as physics, biology, and chemistry. As MEMS begin to permeate more and more industrial procedures, society as a whole will be strongly affected because MEMS provide a new design technology that could rival--perhaps surpass--the societal impact of integrated circuits.

Mems Nems

Author : Cornelius T. Leondes
ISBN : 9780387257860
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This significant and uniquely comprehensive five-volume reference is a valuable source for research workers, practitioners, computer scientists, students, and technologists. It covers all of the major topics within the subject and offers a comprehensive treatment of MEMS design, fabrication techniques, and manufacturing methods. It also includes current medical applications of MEMS technology and provides applications of MEMS to opto-electronic devices. It is clearly written, self-contained, and accessible, with helpful standard features including an introduction, summary, extensive figures and design examples with comprehensive reference lists.

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