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Words related to cantilever

projecting horizontal beam fixed at one end only

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project as a cantilever

construct with girders and beams such that only one end is fixed

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Elastic mechanical property measurements of coatings with AFM is still an area of active research, since cantilevers are typically made of Si.
It could aid in the drug discovery process by preventing lead-drug candidates from being disregarded due to a lack of equipment with sufficient sensitivity, and its hope is to jumpstart an already stagnated drug-pipeline by providing this sensitivity in an efficient manner-the cantilever method can simultaneously measure and track a variety of drug-bacteria interactions in real time.
The cantilevers under investigation are considered to be thin because they satisfy the condition that thickness of the cantilever should not be bigger than one tenth of the width of the cantilever, this is important because in thin cantilevers the shear deformations in transverse direction are neglected.
The purpose of this paper is to expand on the details of the experimental measurements that were made during the MRR and also provide additional data on the same cantilevers using techniques that were not available at the time of the MRR in order to establish the potential accuracy of the techniques.
But when the researchers covered their nanosensors with fluorescently labeled antibodies, they found that the proteins clustered in patterns depending on the length of the cantilevers.
Under the cantilever is a new sitting room, which looks out east across a slender garden and straight into a tall newly-planted, impenetrable evergreen hedge that protects the President's privacy at ground level.
Bits are written by heating a resistor built into the cantilever to a temperature of typically 400 degrees Celsius.
In this work cantilevers were cut and used both in the machine direction, and perpendicular to it, and are hereafter referred as "longitudinal" or "transverse" cantilevers.
The laser spot size must be between small cantilevers (fast raster mode) and standard cantilevers (normal scanning mode) be reversible.
They started with standard micromechanical sensors - devices with microscopic cantilevers beams supported at one end.
The new biosensor, developed by Harold Craighead of Cornell University and his colleagues, consists of an array of micro cantilevers made of silicon nitride, each one spotted on the end with gold.
Each floorplate rotates and cantilevers over the one below and no single internal column runs through the entire structure (only four walls project through from top to bottom).
Furthermore, by holding the excitation frequency constant and measuring the cantilevers vibration amplitude as the tip is scanned across the sample, qualitative images can be created.
A team at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich has exploited microchip-fabrication methods to integrate both the cantilevers and the electronic circuits of an AFM on one, fingernail-size sliver of silicon.
They are sweeping vertical cantilevers formed with panels of beautiful white concrete with a finish so fine that it resembles marble.