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By Mukherjee S., Mukherjee Y.X.

ISBN-10: 0824725999

ISBN-13: 9780824725990

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The discussion in the rest of this book is limited to the class of problems, referred to as the admissible class, whose exact solutions satisfy conditions (i - iv). 39). 1, for collocation at an irregular surface point on a 3-D body [93]. It has recently been proved in Mukherjee and Mukherjee [111], however, that interpolation functions used in the boundary contour method (BCM - see, for example, Mukherjee et al. [109], Mukherjee and Mukherjee [99]) satisfy these conditions a priori. Another important advantage of using these interpolation functions is that ∇u can be directly computed from them at an irregular boundary point [99], without the need to use the (undefined) normal and tangent vectors at this point.

Further details are available in [6]. 1 Introduction to MEMS The field of micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) is a very broad one that includes fixed or moving microstructures; encompassing micro-electromechanical, microfluidic, micro-opto-electro-mechanical and micro-thermalmechanical devices and systems. MEMS usually consists of released microstructures that are suspended and anchored, or captured by a hub-cap structure and set into motion by mechanical, electrical, thermal, acoustical or photonic energy source(s).

2 Stress residual The stress residual is another important quantity in this work. 9) is solved first. This yields the boundary tractions and displacements (1) (1) (1) τj and uj . The boundary stresses σij are next obtained from the boundary values of the tractions and the tangential derivatives of the displacements, together with Hooke’s law. This is a well-known procedure in the BIE literature (see, for example, Mukherjee [98] or Sladek and Sladek [151]). 34). 34) is collocated only at regular boundary points (where the boundary is locally smooth) inside boundary elements.

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