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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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The basic functional part of the sensor is micro cantilever immersed into a fluid the viscosity of which is changed due to binding of glucose to con A.
Hansma, "A nondestructive method for determining the spring constant of cantilevers for scanning force microscopy," Review of Scientific Instruments, vol.
The silicon cantilevers were purchased from NT-MDT company, with resonance frequency of 12 ([+ or -]2) kHz, spring constant of 0.03-0.13 N/m, and dimensions (rectangular shape) of 350.0 [micro]m length; 30.0 [micro]m width, and 0.5-1.5 [am thickness.
For the section of the building that cantilevers at level 10, this involved engineering a beam that could support the weight of construction of the following seven storeys, until the level 17 beam was put in place, enabling the shearing forces to be shared between the two beams.
Roukes, "Ultra-sensitive NEMS-based cantilevers for sensing, scanned probe and very high-frequency applications," Nature Nanotechnology, vol.
Additionally, it has demonstrated that the change in resonant frequency is dependent not only on the mass of the attached particle but also on the position on the beam, so cantilevers are not always the most sensitive geometries [3].
Micro cantilevers. Micro cantilevers are diving-board like structures that fall in the category of mechanical detection of biomolecules.
Elastic mechanical property measurements of coatings with AFM is still an area of active research, since cantilevers are typically made of Si.
Lillehei, "Measuring the adhesion forces between alkanethiol-modified AFM cantilevers and single walled carbon nanotubes," Nano Letters, vol.
The researcher achieved the results based on the proposed relation between the sensitivity of specific cantilevers mode to the toughness and softness of nanoparticles studied by him.
Using tiny cantilevers (or beams) no wider then a human hair, Ndieyira and his colleagues take advantage of the cellular stress that antibiotics, when effective, impose on a target bacteria's cell wall.
The microelectromechanical (MEMS) antenna is made from metal-coated silicon or silicon-nitride cantilevers that can be charged electrically, and an optical readout system.
A new Centri-Sifter[R] centrifugal screener features a three-bearing shaft that cantilevers for quick removal of internal components.
The evolution of the atomic force microscope into a useful tool for measuring mechanical properties of surfaces at the nanoscale has spurred the need for more precise and accurate methods for calibrating the spring constants of test cantilevers. Groups within international standards organizations such as the International Organization for Standardization and the Versailles Project on Advanced Materials and Standards (VAMAS) are conducting studies to determine which methods are best suited for these calibrations and to try to improve the reproducibility and accuracy of these measurements among different laboratories.