A Guide to Hands-on MEMS Design and Prototyping

A Guide to Hands-on MEMS Design and Prototyping

2011 | 178 Pages | ISBN: 0521889251 , 1107645794 | PDF | 3 MB

Whether you are a student taking an introductory MEMS course or a practising engineer who needs to get up to speed quickly on MEMS design, this practical guide provides the hands-on experience needed to design, fabricate and test MEMS devices. You will learn how to use foundry multi-project fabrication processes for low-cost MEMS projects, as well as computer-aided design tools (layout, modeling) that can be used for the design of MEMS devices. Numerous design examples are described and analysed, from fields including micro-mechanics, electrostatics, optical MEMS, thermal MEMS and fluidic MEMS. There's also a final chapter on packaging and testing MEMS devices, as well and exercises and design challenges at the end of every chapter. Solutions to the design challenge problems are provided online.



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