Handbook of Micro/Nano Tribology by Bharat Bhushan

By Bharat Bhushan

This moment variation of instruction manual of Micro/Nanotribology addresses the quick evolution inside of this box, serving as a reference for the beginner and the professional alike. elements divide this instruction manual: half I covers easy reports, and half II addresses layout, development, and purposes to magnetic garage units and MEMS.
Discussions include:

  • surface physics and techniques for bodily and chemically characterizing reliable surfaces
  • roughness characterization and static touch versions utilizing fractal analysis
  • sliding on the interface and friction on an atomic scale
  • scratching and put on because of sliding
  • nanofabrication/nanomachining in addition to nano/picoindentation
  • lubricants for minimizing friction and wear
  • surface forces and microrheology of skinny liquid films
  • measurement of nanomechanical homes of surfaces and skinny films
  • atomic-scale simulations of interfacial phenomena
  • micro/nanotribology and micro/nanomechanics of magnetic garage devices
    This accomplished booklet includes sixteen chapters contributed through greater than 20 foreign researchers. In each one bankruptcy, the presentation begins with macroconcepts after which result in microconcepts. With greater than 500 illustrations and 50 tables, instruction manual of Micro/Nanotribology covers the diversity of suitable themes, together with characterization of reliable surfaces, size strategies and purposes, and theoretical modeling of interfaces.

    What's New within the moment variation? New chapters on:
  • AFM instrumentation
  • Surface forces and adhesion
  • Design and building of magnetic garage devices
  • Microdynamical units and systems
  • Mechanical homes of fabrics in microstructure
  • Micro/nanotribology and micro/nanomechanics of MEMS devices
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    The resultant oscillation in the photodiode signal is converted by the lock-in amplifier to a voltage that is proportional to the derivative of the force, F′. , 1988a). , 1990). This design was later modified by Kaneko et al. (1990, 1991). 16. 16 Schematic of an AFM in which the sample is mounted on a piezoelectric tube scanner and the tip is supported by a single-leaf spring. (From Kaneko, R. et al. (1990), Tribology and Mechanics of Magnetic Storage Systems (B. ) SP-29, pp. 31–34, STLE, Park Ridge, IL.

    1988), J. Vac. Sci. , A6, 266–270. 14 Schematic of an AFM with a fiber-optic interferometer. (From Rugar, D. et al. (1989), Appl. Phys. , 55, 2588–2590. ) of a 2 × 2 single-mode directional coupler. The coupler splits the incident optical power equally between leads 2 and 3, which carry the light to the AFM cantilever and the “reference” photodiode, respectively. Approximately 4% of the light in lead 2 is reflected from the glass–air interface at the cleaved end of the fiber. This reflected light comprises one of the two interfering beams.

    In one force-detection method, the signal corresponding to the force can either be used as a control parameter for the feedback circuit to generate contours of equal force or be displayed directly without feedback while pressing the tip onto the sample with an average force larger than the recorded force variations. In another method, a small AC voltage is applied to the z-tube to induce an oscillation in the sample and, through the force coupling, to the lever. The resultant oscillation in the photodiode signal is converted by the lock-in amplifier to a voltage that is proportional to the derivative of the force, F′.

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