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Folder MEMS Applications

This Category includes the following Applications in MEMS and Microsystems for download.

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Folder MEMS Applications Overview

Microelectromechcanical Systems (MEMS) rotate the screens on your smartphones, trigger airbags in a car crash, and beat the hearts of patients with serious heart problems.  In this learning module you are introduced to some of the many applications of MEMS and then allowed to explore MEMS in areas of your personal interest.

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Folder Microcantilevers

This learning module introduces you to the microcantilever, its applications in micro and nanotechnologies, its use in sensor arrays, and how it works in both static and dynamic modes of operation.  There is a pre and post-test, four (4) informational units (PKs), and two (2) activities.  Presentations for three of the informational units are also provided.

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Folder Micropressure Sensors & the Wheatstone Bridge

This learning module allows you to explore micro and nano-sized pressure sensors - their applications, design and fabrication, and operation.  Because the Wheatstone bridge (a specialized electronic circuit) is used as the sensing circuit of such pressure sensors, the module also goes into detail as to how this circuit works and how it is used to sense minute changes in pressure.

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Folder Micropumps

This learning module introduces the micropump, how it works and where it is used in microtechnology.  Activities allow for further discovery into the operation of micropumps.

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