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Pull-In Voltage Modeling of Graphene Formed Nickel Nano Electro Mechanical Systems (NEMS)
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Pull-In Voltage Modeling of Graphene Formed Nickel Nano Electro Mechanical Systems (NEMS)
Lim, Songnam; Lee, Jong-Ho; Choi, Woo Young; Cho, Il Hwan;
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 Abstract
Pull-in voltage model of nano-electro-mechanical system with graphene is investigated for the device optimization. In the pull in voltage model, thickness of graphene layer is assumed to be uniform in vertical and lateral direction. Finite element analysis simulation has verified the feasibility of the suggested model. From the suggested model, pull-in voltage change with graphene thickness and cantilever length can be estimated. Maximum induced stress and graphene thickness have a reciprocal relationship.
 Keywords
Nano electro mechanical systems (NEMS);graphene;modeling of graphene;
 Language
English
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