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Volume 76, 201620th International Conference on Circuits, Systems, Communications and Computers (CSCC 2016)
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Bifurcations of Equilibrium Forms of NEMS/MEMS as a Sensor of Microphysical Alterations
1 Institute of the Problems of mechanical engineers IPME RAS, 199178, St.-Petersburg, Russia
2 St.-Petersburg Polytechnic University SPbPU, 195251, St.-Petersburg, Russia
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In our work the results of analytical and numerical investigation of equilibrium forms of round conductive and ferromagnetic micro-membrane situated in uniform electrostatic or magnetic static field and also the branching of equilibrium forms of the system of two and three nano-layers with direct currents are described. The structure of this type is practically realizable and exercisable as a sensor of alteration of external and inner mechanical and electrical characteristics. Exactly in a case of nano/micro schemes it is necessary to take in account the nonlinearity of its interaction, which leads to significantly nonlinear effects. On a base of nonlinearity we can determine the alteration of mechanical and electrical characteristics. This type of nonlinear effects mostly unattainable in macroscale but in case of nano- or microscale their realization gets off on the first plan and appears as a sensor of small physical alteration.
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