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331. Solving the Robot-World/Hand-Eye Calibration Problem Using the Kronecker Product
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 6/24/2013
Author: Mili Indra Shah
Abstract: This paper constructs a closed-form solution to the robot-world/hand-eye calibration paper using the Kronecker product. In other words, it constructs the optimal X and Y to solve AX = YB. Additionally, this paper provides errors metrics that will mea ...

332. Spatial Coherence in Electron-Beam Patterning
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 9/27/2010
Authors: Ginusha M. Perera, Gila E. Stein, James Alexander Liddle
Abstract: We demonstrate a simple method to identify noise sources in electron-beam systems and accurately quantify the resulting errors in feature placement. Line gratings with a 46 nm average pitch were patterned with electron-beam lithography (EBL) and me ...

333. Spin transport parameters in metallic multilayers determined by ferromagnetic resonance measurements of spin-pumping
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 4/19/2013
Authors: Carl T. Boone, Hans Toya Nembach, Justin M Shaw, Thomas J Silva
Abstract: We measured spin-transport in nonferromagnetic (NM) metallic multilayers from the contribution to damping due to spin pumping from a ferromagnetic Co^d90^Fe^d10^ thin film. The multilayer stack consisted of NM^d1^/NM^d2^/Co^d90^Fe^d10^(2 nm)/NM^d2^/N ...

334. Spin-scattering rates in metallic thin films measured by ferromagnetic resonance damping enhanced by spin-pumping
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 6/12/2015
Authors: Carl T. Boone, Justin M Shaw, Hans Toya Nembach, Thomas J Silva
Abstract: We determined the spin-transport properties of Pd and Pt thin films by measuring the increase in ferromagnetic resonance damping due to spin-pumping in ferromagnetic (FM)-nonferromagnetic metal (NM) multilayers with varying NM thicknesses. The increa ...

335. Spontaneous wrinkling in azlactone-based functional polymer thin films in 2d and 3d geometries for guided nanopatterning
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 2/4/2013
Authors: Muruganathan Ramanathan, Bradley S Lokitz, Jamie M Messman, Christopher M Stafford, S. Michael Kilbey
Abstract: We report a simple, one step process for developing wrinkling patterns in azlactone-based polymer thin films and brushes in 2D and 3D surfaces. The polymer used in this work wrinkles spontaneously upon deposition and solidification on a substrate wi ...

336. Spray-deposition and photopolymerization of organic-inorganic thiol-ene resins for fabrication of superamphiphobic surfaces
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 6/9/2014
Authors: Li Xiong, Laken Kendrick, Hannele Heusser, Bradley J Sparks, Christopher M Stafford, James T Goetz, Sergei Nazarenko, Derek L Patton
Abstract: Superamphiphobic surfaces, exhibiting high contact angles and low contact angle hysteresis to both water and low surface tension liquids, have attracted a great deal of attention in recent years due to the importance in many practical application ...

337. Stability Phase-Fields in the and Pyrochlore Formation in Sections of the Bi^d2^O^d3^-Al^d2^O^d3-^Nb^d2^O^d5^
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 5/8/2008
Authors: Terrell A Vanderah, Jorge Torres Guzman, Juan C Nino
Abstract: Bismuth niobate-based ceramic materials are of interest for embedded elements such as capacitors, resonators, and filters because they exhibit high relative dielectric permittivities and tend to be processible at temperatures in the 1000 C to 1200 ...

338. Statistical Calibration of ASTM C150 Bogue-Derived Phase Limits to Directly Determined Phases by Quantitative X-Ray Powder Diffraction
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 7/15/2010
Authors: Paul E Stutzman, Stefan D Leigh
Abstract: Statistical analyses of companion Bogue (ASTM C150) and quantitative X-ray powder diffraction (QXRD) estimates for cement phases are used to establish the most likely linear relationship between these two measurement techniques for alite, belite, ...

339. Stiffness, strength, and ductility of thin films and membranes ‹ A combined wrinkling-cracking methodology
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 7/15/2011
Authors: Jun Y. Chung, Junghyun Lee, Kathryn L Beers, Christopher M Stafford
Abstract: Polymer membranes are at the core of a diverse set of technologies critical to our global health and security, ranging from energy production to water purification to carbon capture. These engineered membranes must maintain performance over many yea ...

340. Strength distribution of single-crystal silicon theta-like specimens
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 5/18/2010
Authors: Michael S. Gaither, Frank W DelRio, Richard Swift Gates, Edwin R. Fuller, Robert Francis Cook
Abstract: A new test specimen has been developed for micro-scale tensile strength measurements, allowing direct assessment of surface effects on strength. Specimens were formed by deep reactive ion etching, tested with instrumented indentation, and test resul ...

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