scholarly journals Effects of Remote Boundary Conditions on Clamping Loss in Micromechanical Resonators

James M. L. Miller ◽  
Gabrielle D. Vukasin ◽  
Ze Zhang ◽  
Hyun-Keun Kwon ◽  
Arun Majumdar ◽  
John W. Coleman

In the design engineering of high performance electromagnetic lenses, the direct conversion of electron optical design data into drawings for reliable hardware is oftentimes difficult, especially in terms of how to mount parts to each other, how to tolerance dimensions, and how to specify finishes. An answer to this is in the use of magnetostatic analytics, corresponding to boundary conditions for the optical design. With such models, the magnetostatic force on a test pole along the axis may be examined, and in this way one may obtain priority listings for holding dimensions, relieving stresses, etc..The development of magnetostatic models most easily proceeds from the derivation of scalar potentials of separate geometric elements. These potentials can then be conbined at will because of the superposition characteristic of conservative force fields.

1981 ◽  
Vol 64 (11) ◽  
pp. 18-26 ◽  
Tetsuya Nomura ◽  
Nobuhiro Miki ◽  
Nobuo Nagai

2018 ◽  
Vol 103 (9) ◽  
pp. 1019-1038 ◽  
Lin Wang ◽  
Bradley P. Owens ◽  
Junchao (Jason) Li ◽  
Lihua Shi

2009 ◽  
Sabrina Volpone ◽  
Cristina Rubino ◽  
Ari A. Malka ◽  
Christiane Spitzmueller ◽  
Lindsay Brown

2008 ◽  
Silke Atmaca ◽  
Antje Hollander ◽  
Wolfgang Prinz

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