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Surface stress induced deflections of cantilever plates with applications to the atomic force microscope: Rectangular plates
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26.Maximum deflections exhibited in practice are typically far smaller than the thickness of the plate.
27.From Saint Venant’s principle, a thin boundary layer is expected at the clamped end for Such an expansion will enable the modeling of this boundary layer.
28.From Saint Venant’s principle, thin boundary layers are expected at the free ends for Such a power series will enable the modeling of these boundary layers.
29.LUSAS is a trademark of, and is available from FEA Ltd. Forge House, 66 High St., Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey KT1 1HN, UK. Quadrilateral thin plate elements with linear interpolation were used throughout.
30.End-tip displacements can be measured with a scanning tunneling microscope tip, whereas the slope can be measured using the optical deflection technique.
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