Micromanufacturing and Nanotechnology
N P Mahalik
Micromanufacturing and Nanotechnology is an emerging technological infrastructure and process that involves
manufacturing of products and systems at the micro and nano scale levels. Development of micro and nano
scale products and systems are underway due to the reason that they are faster, accurate and less expensive.
Moreover, the basic functional units of such systems possesses remarkable mechanical, electronic and chemical
properties compared to the macro-scale counterparts.
Since this infrastructure has already become the prefered
choice for the design and development of next generation products and systems it is now necessary to disseminate
the conceptual and practical phenomenological know-how in a broader context. This book incorporates a selection
of research and development papers. Its scope is the history and background, underlynig design methodology,
application domains and recent developments.
Hardcover XXIII, 468 p. 300 illus. ISBN 9783540253778
Written for researchers and advanced students
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