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This nanotechnology course explains the fundamentals of nanoelectronics and mesoscopic physics.

Second in a two part series, this nanotechnology course provides an introduction to more advanced…

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Edge dislocation animation

A short and sweet 2D  animation showing how an edge dislocation can move through a material.

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Khan Academy Circuits

Khan Academy now has lessons on Introduction to Circuits and Circuit Analysis. 

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Tanya Faltens onto Circuits

Khan Academy Circuits

Khan Academy now has lessons on Introduction to Circuits and Circuit Analysis. 

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Tanya Faltens onto Introductory Material

Materials in Prop Design for Film part 2

This is part 2 of a video series showing the production of a prop knife for use in film production. Very interesting examples of materials application.  From the University of Toronto.

Video shows how to make a 2-part silicone mold

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Tensile Testing of Metals - Sword Flexibility

If you want a great example of Elasticity vs Plasticity-- check out this video.  In the supplemental material for "The Princess Bride", the master swordsman who helped coach the actors said that in olden days, swords were tested by putting the tip against a wall and pushing in to see how far it would bend. Then, the sword was checked to see if there was any plastic deformation.

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Tensile Test

Basic principle and practical procedure of the tensile test on ductile metallic materials.

  • Testing machine, specimen, extensometer
  • Material with yield point phenomenon
  • Elastic and plastic behaviour, uniform elongation, necking, fracture
  • Yield strength, tensile strength, percentage elongation at fracture
  • Material without yield point phenomenon
  • Plastic behaviour, proof strength

Responsible for this video: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Schwab, Hochschule Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences), Germany

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Experiments with the Bubble Model of a Metal Structure

This video discusses crystal defects (voids, dislocations, stress concentrations) on a closed packed plane using a bubble model described in the 1947 paper in the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. http://www.jstor.org/stable/97997

Thanks to Professor Jennifer Carter for sharing!

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nanoHUB-U Free Courses

These free courses offered by nanoHUB are good resources to learn the concepts governing specific types of nanotechnologies currently under development into industrial products.

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Muddiest Point Tensile Test

This muddiest point addresses common issues students have with understanding a stress-strain curve from a tensile test.

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Muddiest Points: Crystal Defects and Burgers Vectors

This video contains the explanation of students' muddiest points regarding crystalline defects and burgers vectors including the various defect types, how to find Burgers Vectors from schematics, and how to find the dislocation density from a micrograph.

From the ASU Materials Concepts series.

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Muddiest Points: Dislocations and Plastic Deformation of Metals

This video contains the explanation of students' muddiest points regarding plastic deformation of metals including slip planes/directions, and dislocations.

From the ASU Materials Concepts series.

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Tensile Testing of Metals - Sword Flexibility

If you want a great example of Elasticity vs Plasticity-- check out this video.  In the supplemental material for "The Princess Bride", the master swordsman who helped coach the actors said that in olden days, swords were tested by putting the tip against a wall and pushing in to see how far it would bend. Then, the sword was checked to see if there was any plastic deformation.

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Materials in Prop Design for Film part 2

This is part 2 of a video series showing the production of a prop knife for use in film production. Very interesting examples of materials application.  From the University of Toronto.

Video shows how to make a 2-part silicone mold

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Tutorials on the Safe Handeling of Nanomaterials

The GoodNanoGuide, which is available through nanoHUB, has several good tutorials on the the safe handling of nanomaterials and occupational safety standards regarding them.  Knowing the safe handling of materials is critical to nanotechnology lab work, manufacturing, and process engineering.

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Blog on Nanotechnology Education and Workforce Issues

This blog contains my editorial opinion on issues specific to nanotechnology education and the nanotechnology workforce.

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US Nanotechnology Industry Map

This interactive map links to close to 2000 companies within the United States working with some form of micro or nanotechnology.  The map gives details on the type of nanotechnologies each company works on and its position within the supply chain.

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A Brief Overview of Nanotechnology Adoption by Industry

Here is a short introduction to nanotechnology in industry.

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This seminar is an introduction to the MEMS technology as it applies to RF and Microwave systems. Besides discussing several key RF MEMS components (switches, varactors, inductors), reconfigurable circuit architectures will also be introduced. In addition, reliability and cost considerations as applied to the future of the RF MEMS technology will be included.

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Bobur Mirkhaydarov onto RF

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Bobur Mirkhaydarov onto RF

Two-dimensional materials are flexible, transparent, compatible with living systems, and can enable new devices and physics based on their unique properties. One unique property is the ability of 2D crystals a single atom thick to undergo massive amounts of strain without failure. Since strain also drastically modifies the band structure leading to large changes in transport and optical properties, strain engineering of 2D crystals has the potential to create new devices, explore transport in pseudo-magnetic fields, and tune tunneling or excitonic effects.  ...

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Jinbao Jiang onto Strain engineering of 2D

Fall 2008

This course examines the device physics of advanced transistors and the process, device, circuit, and systems considerations that enter into the development of new integrated circuit technologies. The course consists of three parts. Part 1 treats silicon MOS and MOSFET fundamentals as well as second order effects such as gate leakage and quantum mechanical effects. Short channel effects, device scaling, and fabrication processes and reliability are the subject of Part 2. In Part …

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Bobur Mirkhaydarov onto Nanowire transistors

nanoHUB.org Style Guide 1.5 For a printer-friendly version, click this link: nanoHUB_Style_Guide_2_0.pdf (117 KB, uploaded by Philathia Rufaro Bolton 4 years 8 months ago) In general, nanoHUB style adheres to The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th Ed. (CMS), and IEEE Standards Style Manual (IEEE)...

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Simulates the exciton dynamics in organic photovolatic devices

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Aaron Shu Chai onto Research