Micro Force Sensor for Colloidal Engines Application

This thesis gives you info about straight beam, noise, equilibrium point, frequency, axial force, capacitors, resolution, configuration, data acquisition, calibration, amplification factor, and amplitude. In this thesis we can get info like load, sensitivity, function, structure, voltage, minimum detectable force, equation, beam, displacement, capacitance variation, parallel plates configuration, and capacitance.

Lots of discussion regarding force, system, capacitor configuration, sensor, test, devices, capacitor, instability, excitation, equilibrium, design, and device are described in this thesis. Below are excerpted from the thesis:

Therefore colloidal engines are characterized by a high specific impulse with a thrust range generally low, as shown in Figure 1.2, in more detail in the thesis found in [3], where it can be seen that the colloidal thrusters applications lay on the ranges from mN to below. Due to this narrow range of forces to be measured and the feasibility of the fabrication process the chosen technology for the fabrication of the force sensor is based on the MEMS technology. This is characterized by small size of denis and manufacturing process of relatively low cost. This new technology to manufacture force sensors can complement the present market of force sensor devices in this range and moreover represents a cheaper and simple alternative.

In addition, this thesis presents discussion regarding fabrication process, direction, parameters, magnitude, fabrication, acquisition system, voltage difference, external force, stiffness, process, and length.

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