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Schoone, Bart (author)
Micro- and nanoelectromechanical (MEM/NEM) resonators are used in numerous fields of engineering and are crucial for time keeping, synchronization, and sensing applications. These systems are subjected to energy dissipation, which is a limiting factor in the performance. Extensive understanding is essential when nonlinearities show up in both...
master thesis 2024
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Ke┼čkekler, A. (author)
Micro and nanomechanical resonators are essential to the state-of-the-art communication, data processing, timekeeping, and sensing systems. The discovery of graphene and other two-dimensional (2D) materials has been a profound source of inspiration for the next generation of these devices, owing to their exceptional mechanical, electrical, and...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Verschuren, Ties (author)
In pursuit of extremely sensitive sensors, the dimensions of these sensors get smaller and smaller. Small scale resonators are commonly used as sensors by relating changes in the dynamic behaviour to a sensed quantity. Conventionally, the dynamics used for sensing are in the linear regime. But at smaller scales the dynamic range of the linear...
master thesis 2020
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Smid, Justin (author)
Nanomechanical resonators made from graphene are widely researched for their potential applications due to their high sensitivity. Their atomic scale thickness makes it that these resonators exhibit amplitude-dependent damping at relatively small driving forces. To further increase the performance of these devices, it is essential to understand...
master thesis 2019
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Chandrashekar, Abhilash (author)
Ever since its inception, graphene has been the subject of research in many parts of the<br/>world. This is due to its exceptional mechanical and electrical properties, which makes it<br/>ideal for NanoElectroMechanical (NEMS) devices. The inherent nature of NEMS devices,<br/>includes low damping, large amplitudes of oscillation, resonant...
master thesis 2017
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