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C has one last storage specifier that originally applied only to variables of type int, char, or pointer types. However, when C was standardized, its scope was broadened. The register specifier requests the compiler to store a variable declared with this modifier in a manner that allows the fastest access time possible. For integers, characters, and pointers, this typically means in a register of the CPU rather than in memory, where normal variables are stored. For other types of variables, the compiler may use any other means to decrease their access time. In fact, it can also simply ignore the request altogether. In C++ Builder, the register specifier can be applied to local variables and to the formal parameters of a function. You cannot apply register to global variables. Also, because a register variable may be stored in a register of the CPU, you cannot obtain the address of a register variable. (This restriction applies only to C, not to C++.) In general, operations on register variables occur much faster than on variables stored in main memory. In fact, when the value of a variable is actually held in the CPU, no memory access is required to determine or modify its value. This makes register variables ideal for loop control. Here is an example of how to declare a register variable of type int and use it to control a loop. This function computes the result of Me for integers.
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major failure mechanism for microscale devices is not fatigue failure but wear between contacting surfaces. A detailed study conducted by Sandia National Laboratories on polycrystalline silicon micromechanical transmissions concluded that the major failure mechanism for operating MEMS was the wear of the rubbing surfaces. Friction and wear can be most effectively minimized or avoided if elastically exible structures are used. This is probably the reason for the widespread use of simple elastic structures in microtransducers. However, intermittent surface contacts are unavoidable when applications such as the ones described in the previous section involve sophisticated mechanical movement. Cams and gears suffer from the problem of friction and wear but provide the designer with numerous possibilities. As the tribological issues at the microand nanoscale are better understood, cams are likely to play an increasing role in MEMS devices. Some past and current studies on friction and wear pertinent to the successful operation of cams are described next. Two early studies on in situ friction measurement on electrostatically actuated micromotors reported friction coef cients in the range of 0.21 to 0.38 for polysilicon on silicon nitride and 0.25 to 0.35 for polysilicon on silicon. In the latter study, the micromotors stopped running after 0.75 to 1 million revolutions and this was attributed to wear. Another study used a polysilicon wobble micromotor in which the wear between the rotor and the central hub changes the gear ratio of the motor. This was used to quantify wear. A very detailed three-year study (Sandia 2000) considered the effects of humidity, temperature, shock, vibration, and storage. The device on which this study focused was called a microengine, which as described earlier has many polysilicon parts that rubbed against each other. This study outlined the observed failure modes in operating and nonoperating conditions and recommended some design rules to avoid such failure. Even though the study was based entirely on a particular type of polysilicon microdevice, their ndings could be generalized to any MEMS device with rubbing surfaces or surfaces in close contact. Wear was observed to be the major failure mechanism. The debris and the asperities caused by wear lead to momentary and intermittent sticking and eventually permanent adhesion and seizure. The three-body wear in which debris gets caught between the rubbing surfaces was found to be a major contributor to wear. It was also found that humidity helps to mitigate wear by acting as a lubricant. Therefore, relative humidity of 30 percent to 60 percent is recommended for operation at room temperature. Reduction of three-body wear by removing the initial debris is recommend but it may not always be practical. Minimizing rubbing surfaces by design and minimizing the impact forces at the rubbing surfaces by controlled actuation were recommended to reduce wear. All of these are relevant when cams are used in MEMS because rubbing surfaces are inevitable in cams. Several studies have been conducted to study friction at the microscale. In one such study (Bhushan, 1999), a silicon nitride (Si3N4) probe whose tip had a radius of 50 nm (50 10-9 m) was scanned over a 1 1 mm sample area at a scanning speed of 5 mm/s in the load range of 10 to 150 nN. Several samples of single-crystalline, polycrystalline, and oxide-coated silicon were used. It was found that the coef cient of friction was between 0.02 and 0.04 for all the samples. This is considerably smaller than the coef cient of friction at the macroscale, which was found to be about 0.18 for the same samples but using a Si3N4 ball of radius 3 mm. Two reasons are cited for this. First, the indentation hardness and elastic modulus are higher at the microscale and this reduces wear. Second, there is a smaller apparent area of contact, which contributes less to plowing. Even though the coef cient of friction is an order of magnitude smaller than the macroscale value, it should be remembered that friction forces at the microscale are still dominant because of the scaling effect mentioned earlier.
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