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31. Use of Transfer Artifacts for Small Force Measurement
Gordon Allan Shaw, Jon Robert Pratt, Richard Swift Gates, Mark Reitsma
In order for the atomic microscope (AFM) to be used in truly quantatitive studies, a basis within the international system of units (SI) must be established. In order to do this, the microfabricated cantilevers typically used for AFM force measureme ...
32. Mechanical Stability of Collagen Fibril Networks
Gordon Allan Shaw, Dennis P. McDaniel, John T Elliott, Alessandro Tona, Anne L Plant
Thin films of type 1 collagen fibril networks fabricated on alkanethiol-functionalized surfaces have been previously shown to provide an excellent protein matrix for cultured cells in applications such as drug toxicity studies and studies of cell sig ...
33. Development of Traceable Small Force Standards
Gordon Allan Shaw, Jon Robert Pratt
Although instrumented indentation and atomic forcve microscope (AFM) are utilized extensively for the measurement of forces in the piconewton to millinewton regime, accurate calibration of these forces remains an obstacle to quantitative research. D ...
34. Incoporating Process Planning into Conceptual Design
Shaw C Feng, Gordon Allan Shaw, Walter W Nederbragt, Serge Kaing, Ram D Sriram
This paper describes recent developments in the Design and Process Planning Integration (DPPI) project at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The project addresses the need for improved communication between design and process ...
35. Conceptual Process Planning - A Definition and Functional Decomposition
Shaw C Feng, Gordon Allan Shaw, Yuyun Zhang
Conceptual process planning is an activity for designers to evaluate manufacturability and the manufacturing cost in the early design stage for mechanical parts production. Since major manufacturing costs of a product are committed in product specifi ...