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Mechanical Self-Assembly

Science and Applications
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ISBN-13:
9781461445616
Einband:
Book
Erscheinungsdatum:
14.12.2012
Seiten:
206
Autor:
Xi Chen
Gewicht:
465 g
Format:
246x162x17 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This book discusses self-assembly in various types of small material structures including thin films, surfaces, and micro- and nano-wires, as well as potential applications of the practice in micro and nanoelectronics, MEMS/NEMS, and biomedical engineering.
Presents a highly original aspect of the science of self-assemblyDescribes the novel methods of mechanical assembly used to fabricate a variety of new three-dimensional material structures in simple and cost-effective ways
Provides simple insights to a number of biological systems and processes
Elucidates underlying mechanics principles of spontaneous pattern formations
Mechanical Self-Assembly in Nature.- Mechanical Self-Assembly vs. Morphogenesis.- Shaping by Active Deformation of Soft Elastic Sheets.- Ion Beam Induced Self-Assembled Wrinkles.- A Kinetics Approach to Surface Wrinkling of Elastic Thin Films.- Crease Instability on the Surface of a Solid.- Buckling Delamination of Compressed Thin Films.- Delaminated Film Buckling Microchannels.- Mechanical Self-Assembly on Curved Substrates.
Mechanical Self-Assembly: Science and Applications introduces a novel category of self-assembly driven by mechanical forces. This book discusses self-assembly in various types of small material structures including thin films, surfaces, and micro- and nano-wires, as well as the practice's potential application in micro and nanoelectronics, MEMS/NEMS, and biomedical engineering. The mechanical self-assembly process is inherently quick, simple, and cost-effective, as well as accessible to a large number of materials, such as curved surfaces for forming three-dimensional small structures. Mechanical self-assembly is complementary to, and sometimes offer advantages over, the traditional micro- and nano-fabrication.