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plays, light modulators, switches, gas chromatographs, etc., are some of the many devices that appeared in that period. Some of these pioneering works are described in Trimmer (1990). An excellent review article (Petersen, 1982) also has a good description of the early applications of MEMS and the manufacturing techniques used to make them. Today, commercial applications of MEMS are in inertial measurement devices such as accelerometers and gyroscopes; microoptical devices such as displays; telecommunication devices such as mechanical lters, aligners, and switches; micro uidic devices such as valves, pumps, owchannels for biochemical lab-on-a-chip devices, and ink-jet printer heads, to name a few. Many other applications have emerged and are likely to enter the commercial market in the near future. From a mechanical perspective, the principle of operation of most MEMS devices is rather simple. For example, a micromechanical accelerometer consists of an inertial mass suspended with an elastic structure. It can be as simple as a cantilever with a mass attached to its free end. The movement of the mass is measured by one of a variety of means and is used to estimate the acceleration of the body on which the device is mounted. A typical MEMS pressure sensor consists of a membrane that de ects in response to increased pressure. Its deformation is measured using a transduction technique to estimate the pressure. The same membrane when actuated in a controlled manner can be used as a pump. A system of vibrating masses attached to each other with beams serves as a mechanical lter. Flat structures attached to beams that twist act as micromechanical mirrors used in projection displays. The majority of MEMS devices developed until now use very simple mechanical structures (beams, membranes, and plates) that elastically deform. Thus, the signi cance of such devices lies not in their mechanical structure but in the transduction scheme based on physical, chemical, and biochemical phenomena and of course micromachining. A sourcebook on micromachined transducers (Kovacs, 1998) describes them comprehensively. In contrast, the emphasis in this chapter is on those MEMS devices in which there is relative motion and motion and force transmission among rigid bodies with intermittent or sustained contact. Whether elastic deformation is used or rigid-body motion is used, materials and the processing techniques play a crucial role in the development of MEMS. These two are discussed in the following two sections.
On a bridge widening project, some of the typical activities will include: 1. A eld inspection will be made to determine the condition of existing de ciencies. 2. For work on oor beams and on main trusses, the bridge will be closed for restricted duration after public outreach is favorable. 3. Some oor beams supporting the deck may have tilted. A minor twist (buckling) to their web mainly at supports will require web stiffening by bolting web plates. Bolts to stringer connections will be added. Damaged rivets and bolts will be replaced. 4. Repairing portions of the oor system and the sidewalk damaged by impact from ood: All damaged steel members will be repaired and painted.
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The get accessor prevents array boundary errors. If the specified index is within bounds, the element corresponding to the index is returned. If it is out of bounds, no operation takes place and no overrun occurs. In this version of FailSoftArray, a variable called ErrFlag contains the outcome of each operation. This field can be examined after each operation to assess the success or failure of the operation. (In 10, you will see a better way to handle errors by using C# s exception subsystem, but for now, using an error flag is an acceptable approach.) The set accessor is shown here. It, too, prevents a boundary error.
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