Characterization and Modelling of Nano Structures and Devices

Modelling techniques and simulation currently play a significant role in characterizing nanocomposite properties and understanding their mechanical behaviour via atomistic modelling, continuum mechanics-based approaches, and multiscale modelling techniques. Characterization of nanocomposites is aimed at gaining knowledge on their global response such as the displacement and stress fields at the boundaries of a representative volume element. The continuum mechanics approaches are adequate and sufficient for modelling nanocomposites within this scope. On the other hand, a more advanced approach for simulation of nano-reinforced materials is the multiscale modelling, for more elaborate analyses, where the molecular dynamics and continuum mechanics models are integrated into a computing environment. This approach, in turn, can be detailed enough to account for the material physics at nanoscale while efficient enough to handle the field variables of interest at larger length scales. Concentrating on nano-reinforced composite materials and their applications, the main objective of this special issue is to provide a forum for exchanging the state-of-the-art and novel ideas in the field of modelling, characterization, and processing of these emerging materials.

  • Non linear model
  • Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transister(CNFET)
  • Large Signal Network Analyser(LSNA)
  • Neuronal Modeler

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