Carbon nanotubes and nanosensors: vibration, buckling and ballistic impact

Elishakoff, I., Pentaras, D., Dujat, K., Versaci, C., Muscolino, G., Storch, J., Bucas, S., Challamel, N., Natsuki, T., Zhang, Y., Ming Wang, C. and Ghyselinck, G. Carbon nanotubes and nanosensors: vibration, buckling and ballistic impact. Hoboken, United States: Wiley, 2013. doi:10.1002/9781118562000

Author Elishakoff, I.
Pentaras, D.
Dujat, K.
Versaci, C.
Muscolino, G.
Storch, J.
Bucas, S.
Challamel, N.
Natsuki, T.
Zhang, Y.
Ming Wang, C.
Ghyselinck, G.
Title Carbon nanotubes and nanosensors: vibration, buckling and ballistic impact
Place of Publication Hoboken, United States
Publisher Wiley
Publication year 2013
Sub-type Research book (original research)
DOI 10.1002/9781118562000
Open Access Status Not yet assessed
ISBN 9781848213456
Total number of pages 421
Subjects 2500 Materials Science
Abstract/Summary The main properties that make carbon nanotubes (CNTs) a promising technology for many future applications are: extremely high strength, low mass density, linear elastic behavior, almost perfect geometrical structure, and nanometer scale structure. Also, CNTs can conduct electricity better than copper and transmit heat better than diamonds. Therefore, they are bound to find a wide, and possibly revolutionary use in all fields of engineering. The interest in CNTs and their potential use in a wide range of commercial applications; such as nanoelectronics, quantum wire interconnects, field emission devices, composites, chemical sensors, biosensors, detectors, etc.; have rapidly increased in the last two decades. However, the performance of any CNT-based nanostructure is dependent on the mechanical properties of constituent CNTs. Therefore, it is crucial to know the mechanical behavior of individual CNTs such as their vibration frequencies, buckling loads, and deformations under different loadings. This title is dedicated to the vibration, buckling and impact behavior of CNTs, along with theory for carbon nanosensors, like the Bubnov-Galerkin and the Petrov-Galerkin methods, the Bresse-Timoshenko and the Donnell shell theory.
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