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Practical Mems Ville Kaajakari 202


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As above. This is an excerpt from the full text of the book.

“Part I: MEMS (and related technologies).
” The authors are Ville Kaajakari, Member, IEEE, and the book is dedicated to Tomi Mattila, Member, IEEE. The book contains 13 chapters and over 3100 pages. The authors are Ville Kaajakari, Member, IEEE and Tomi Mattila, Member, IEEE.

Chapter 1: MEMS history and future.

The first chapter, entitled “MEMS history and future,” contains 12-25 pages. A brief history of the term MEMS is provided. The authors address the important developments in MEMS technology since the 1970s. They also provide an outlook on the future of the technology.

Chapter 2: Sensor technologies and their application in MEMS.

The chapter provides a concise introduction to MEMS sensors. The authors emphasize the importance of the MEMS sensors in sensing applications. The most important MEMS sensors are introduced. The authors conclude with a discussion of the applications of MEMS sensors.

Chapter 3: Fabrication technology.

The chapter presents a comprehensive view of the fabrication technology of MEMS. The authors emphasize that the MEMS fabrication technology is a vast field. It is therefore necessary to understand the different aspects of the fabrication technology. The important fabrication processes (such as micro-machining, lithography, and etching) are presented in detail.

Chapter 4: Force-based transducers, inertial sensors, and energy harvesters.

The next chapter contains 30-44 pages. A brief overview of the development of MEMS force-based transducers is given. The authors emphasize the importance of MEMS force-based transducers in the applications of MEMS. The main topics of the chapter are force-based transducers (force sensors), inertial sensors, and energy harvesters.

Chapter 5: Sensing principles.

The chapter is 12 pages long. The main purpose of the chapter is to introduce the principles that enable sensing in MEMS. The sensing principles are presented in terms of optical, thermal, acoustic, magnetic, and electrostatic methods.




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