Nanosystems molecular machinery manufacturing and computation

Signal propagation with acoustic transmission lines. Scattering from alignment bands in bearings. Unique answers and confidence from "uncertainty".

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Summary observations based on the exemplar calculations. Internal component sizes and frequencies. Strategies for stabilizing specific folds. Delivering products to an external environment.

Computational experiments on rod modulus. Mechanical measurement devices Well partitioning and indicator latching.

Bounded continuum models revisited Acoustic waves and the equal-speed approximation. Levels of abstraction and approximation. Eric Drexler Snippet view - The dissertation was written as a draft of Nanosystemsand contains most of the content of the book in nearly final form.

Nanosystems: molecular machinery, manufacturing, and computation - K. Eric Drexler - Google Books

Smaller, simpler systems stages 3—4 Macroscopic via microscopic manufacturing systems. Atomic-axle bearings Machihery bearings. Thermal excitation and error rates. Potentials for chemical reactions Relationship to other methods. Scaling of classical thermal systems Basic assumptions.

Post this page to: Components and general kinematics. Materials and models for nanoscale components Classes of materials.

Molecular Sorting, Processing, and Assembly Fan-in, fan-out, and geometric issues. Alkene and alkyne cycloadditions. Potential Energy Surfaces 3. Exclusion of structures by molecular binding requirements. Weighting in terms of the Helmholtz free energy.

Design of components and small systems. Transformation and assembly with molecular mills Reactive encounters computatio belt and roller systems. Classical Magnitudes and Scaling Laws.

Nanosystems: molecular machinery, manufacturing, and computation

Error rates and fail-stop systems. Material and device properties. Stiff, high gear-ratio mechanisms Harmonic drives. Assembly operations at intermediate scales Joining building blocks.

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Alkene and alkyne radical additions. Error rates and sensitivities. Molecular tips and supports in AFM. Philosophy of theoretical applied science.

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