By Seong H. Kim, Michael T. Dugger, Kash L. Mittal
Phenomena linked to the adhesion interplay of surfaces were a serious point of micro- and nanosystem improvement and function because the first MicroElectroMechanicalSystems(MEMS) have been fabricated. those phenomena are ubiquitous in nature and are found in all platforms, notwithstanding MEMS units are really delicate to their results as a result of their small dimension and restricted actuation strength that could be generated. Extension of MEMS know-how innovations to the nanoscale and improvement of NanoElectroMechanicalSystems(NEMS) will lead to structures much more strongly prompted by means of surface. Read more...
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Results for the meniscus profiles for a range of p/psat values are given in Fig. 5(a). Near the substrate, each profile makes contact with the adsorbate layer of thickness according to equation (22). The sphere segments represent the transformation R → R + h(p/psat ). The normalized components of the capillary force at point 1 and the normalized total capillary force Fc /(4πRγ ) are plotted versus p/psat in Fig. 6. As seen in Fig. 6(a) and (b), the Laplace pressure force is the main component of the force at point 1 except as p/psat approaches 1.