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Mechanics of Microsystems

Corigliano, Alberto / Ardito, Raffaele / Comi, Claudia / Frangi, Attilio / Ghisi, Aldo / Mariani, Stefano

Microsystem and Nanotechnology Series

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1. Edition January 2018
464 Pages, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-05383-5
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Mechanics of Microsystems

Alberto Corigliano, Raffaele Ardito, Claudia Comi, Attilio Frangi, Aldo Ghisi and Stefano Mariani, Politecnico di Milano, Italy



A mechanical approach to microsystems, covering fundamental concepts including MEMS design, modelling and reliability



Mechanics of Microsystems takes a mechanical approach to microsystems and covers fundamental concepts including MEMS design, modelling and reliability. The book examines the mechanical behaviour of microsystems from a 'design for reliability' point of view and includes examples of applications in industry.

Mechanics of Microsystems is divided into two main parts. The first part recalls basic knowledge related to the microsystems behaviour and offers an overview on microsystems and fundamental design and modelling tools from a mechanical point of view, together with many practical examples of real microsystems. The second part covers the mechanical characterization of materials at the micro-scale and considers the most important reliability issues (fracture, fatigue, stiction, damping phenomena, etc) which are fundamental to fabricate a real working device.





Key features:
* Provides an overview of MEMS, with special focus on mechanical-based Microsystems and reliability issues.
* Includes examples of applications in industry.
* Accompanied by a website hosting supplementary material.





The book provides essential reading for researchers and practitioners working with MEMS, as well as graduate students in mechanical, materials and electrical engineering.