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Nanotechnology

The technology that controls products at the atomic or molecular state. Nanotechnology has uses in information technology, heavy industry and energy.
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Effective coefficients of thermal expansion in the radial and hoop directions are calculated using the micromechanics model as [24]
Najafi, "Harvesting traffic-induced vibrations for structural health monitoring of bridges," Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, vol.
Wolffenbuttel, "MEMS-based optical mini- and microspectrometers for the visible and infrared spectral range," Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, vol.
A Computational Study of the Micromechanics Under Pre and Post-Failure in a 2-D Direct Shear Test.
Simple and straightforward as it may seem, simulation of the compression molding is a challenging problem as multiple types of physics are involved, i.e., woven fabric micromechanics, resin property changing during curing and viscoelastic deformation mechanism of the resin.
Introduction to the Micromechanics of Composite Materials
Bolton, 'On the micromechanics of crushable aggregates', Geotechnique, 48(5), pp 667-679, 1998.
The results indicate that the micromechanics model predictions agree well with the FEM simulations.
Multiscale Design Systems is the developer of MDS, a family of products focused on micromechanics, microstructural optimisation, and life prediction of complex materials.
Li to stress the Micromechanics basics behind the design of this material.
The research areas are infectious diseases, environmental sensing and modeling, biosystems and micromechanics, urban mobility, and low-energy electronic systems.
The Wostep curriculum includes Micromechanics, Mechanical watch, Advanced mechanical and electronic watch, Organisation of after-sales service and Preparation for the Wostep certificate examination.