MSMS_Lec_02b

MSMS_Lec_02b - MSMS: Lecture 2 Prof J. V. Clarks office...

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1 of 40 1 of 42 1 of 51 MSMS: Lecture 2 Prof J. V. Clark’s office BRK-1289 Project overview Discrete vs Distributed Components COMSOL
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2 of 40 2 of 42 MSMS in terms of your publication project Fundamentals 1 Design, Modeling, Simulation / Mechanics 2 Electrostatics / Piezoelectric 3 Thermodynamics 4 Fluidics 5 System-level tools 6 System-level integration Publication 7 Decide on project 8 Review the state of the technology 9 Abstract 10 Introduction 11 Introduction 12 Methods 13 Results 14 Results 15 Conclusion
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3 of 40 3 of 42 FEA COMSOL example (Fluid particle tracing)
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4 of 40 4 of 42 With the availability of FEA tools why is there a need for system-level tools? Common set of components Small relative errors Fast solutions Efficient design
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5 of 40 5 of 42 With the availability of a system-level tool like SPICE, why SUGAR? Ease of extensibility (programmable) Graphical capabilities Built-in tools, 3 rd party tools
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6 of 40 6 of 42 Electronics + moveable structures
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7 of 40 7 of 42 SUGAR architecture Netlists Netlists Processes Processes Models Models Solvers Solvers static, modal, transient static, modal, transient Model name [node list] [parameter list]
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8 of 40 8 of 42 Test case: Design approach for a micromirror
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9 of 40 9 of 42 Design details of the micromirror
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10 of 40 10 of 42 Close-up of the moment arm assembly
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11 of 40 11 of 42 Close-up of the perforated beam / parameters
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12 of 40 12 of 42 Micromirror building blocks
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13 of 40 13 of 42 Netlist for the micromirror
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14 of 40 14 of 42 SUGAR display of the netlist
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15 of 40 15 of 42 Close-up of the torsional hinge assembly
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16 of 40 16 of 42 Recessed plate
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course ECE 595 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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