By Horacio D. Espinosa, Gang Bao
Research in nano and cellphone mechanics has bought a lot awareness from the clinical neighborhood due to society wishes and govt tasks to speed up advancements in fabrics, production, electronics, medication and healthcare, power, and the surroundings. Engineers and scientists are at present accomplishing more and more advanced medical difficulties that require interdisciplinary ways. during this regard, experiences during this box draw from basics in atomistic scale phenomena, biology, statistical and continuum mechanics, and multiscale modeling and experimentation. accordingly, contributions in those parts are unfold over quite a few really expert journals, which triggered the Editors to gather this book.
Nano and telephone Mechanics: basics and Frontiers brings jointly a few of the new advancements within the box for the 1st time, and covers basics and frontiers in mechanics to speed up advancements in nano- and bio-technologies.
• offers an outline of modern advances in nano and cellphone mechanics.
• Covers experimental, analytical, and computational instruments used to enquire organic and nanoscale phenomena.
• Covers basics and frontiers in mechanics to speed up advancements in nano- and bio-technologies.
• provides multiscale-multiphysics modeling and experimentation techniques.
• Examines purposes in fabrics, production, electronics, medication and healthcare.
Nano and cellphone Mechanics: basics and Frontiers is written by way of the world over well-known specialists in theoretical and utilized mechanics, utilized physics, chemistry, and biology. it really is a useful reference for graduate scholars of nano- and bio-technologies, researchers in academia and who're operating in nano and phone mechanics, and practitioners who're attracted to studying concerning the most recent research instruments. The publication may also function a textual content for graduate classes in theoretical and utilized mechanics, mechanical engineering, fabrics technological know-how, and utilized physics.
Chapter 1 Cell–Receptor Interactions (pages 1–18): David Lepzelter and Muhammad Zaman
Chapter 2 Regulatory Mechanisms of Kinesin and Myosin Motor Proteins: proposal for stronger regulate of Nanomachines (pages 19–33): Sarah Rice
Chapter three Neuromechanics: The function of hysteria in Neuronal development and reminiscence (pages 35–61): Wylie W. Ahmed, Jagannathan Rajagopalan, Alireza Tofangchi and Taher A. Saif
Chapter four basics of Roughness?Induced Superhydrophobicity (pages 63–94): Neelesh A. Patankar
Chapter five Multiscale Experimental Mechanics of Hierarchical Carbon?Based fabrics (pages 95–127): Horacio D. Espinosa, Tobin Filleter and Mohammad Naraghi
Chapter 6 Mechanics of Nanotwinned Hierarchical Metals (pages 129–162): Xiaoyan Li and Huajian Gao
Chapter 7 Size?Dependent power in Single?Crystalline steel Nanostructures (pages 163–190): Julia R. Greer
Chapter eight In?Situ TEM Electromechanical trying out of Nanowires and Nanotubes (pages 191–226): Horacio D. Espinosa, Rodrigo A. Bernal and Tobin Filleter
Chapter nine Engineering Nano?Probes for Live?Cell Imaging of Gene Expression (pages 227–253): Gang Bao, Brian Wile and Andrew Tsourkas
Chapter 10 in the direction of High?Throughput mobile Mechanics Assays for study and medical purposes (pages 255–292): David R. Myers, Daniel A. Fletcher and Wilbur A. Lam
Chapter eleven Microfabricated applied sciences for telephone Mechanics reports (pages 293–309): Sri Ram ok. Vedula, guy C. Leong and Chwee T. Lim
Chapter 12 Atomistic response Pathway Sampling: The Nudged Elastic Band procedure and Nanomechanics purposes (pages 311–338): Ting Zhu, Ju Li and Sidney Yip
Chapter thirteen Mechanics of Curvilinear Electronics (pages 339–357): Shuodao Wang, Jianliang Xiao, Jizhou tune, Yonggang Huang and John A. Rogers
Chapter 14 Single?Molecule Pulling: Phenomenology and Interpretation (pages 359–388): Ignacio Franco, Mark A. Ratner and George C. Schatz
Chapter 15 Modeling and Simulation of Hierarchical Protein fabrics (pages 389–409): Tristan Giesa, Graham Bratzel and Markus J. Buehler
Chapter sixteen Geometric types of Protein Secondary?Structure Formation (pages 411–435): Hendrik Hansen?Goos and Seth Lichter
Chapter 17 Multiscale Modeling for the Vascular shipping of Nanoparticles (pages 437–459): Shaolie S. Hossain, Adrian M. Kopacz, Yongjie Zhang, Sei?Young Lee, Tae?Rin Lee, Mauro Ferrari, Thomas J. R. Hughes, Wing Kam Liu and Paolo Decuzzi