# Modeling the tip-sample interaction in atomic force microscopy with Timoshenko beam theory

Julio R. Claeyssen; Teresa Tsukazan; Leticia Tonetto; Daniela Tolfo

Nanoscale Systems: Mathematical Modeling, Theory and Applications (2013)

- Volume: 2, page 124-144
- ISSN: 2299-3290

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abstract = {A matrix framework is developed for single and multispan micro-cantilevers Timoshenko beam models of use in atomic force microscopy (AFM). They are considered subject to general forcing loads and boundary conditions for modeling tipsample interaction. Surface effects are considered in the frequency analysis of supported and cantilever microbeams. Extensive use is made of a distributed matrix fundamental response that allows to determine forced responses through convolution and to absorb non-homogeneous boundary conditions. Transients are identified from intial values of permanent responses. Eigenanalysis for determining frequencies and matrix mode shapes is done with the use of a fundamental matrix response that characterizes solutions of a damped second-order matrix differential equation. It is observed that surface effects are influential for the natural frequency at the nanoscale. Simulations are performed for a bi-segmented free-free beam and with a micro-cantilever beam actuated by a piezoelectric layer laminated in one side.},

author = {Julio R. Claeyssen, Teresa Tsukazan, Leticia Tonetto, Daniela Tolfo},

journal = {Nanoscale Systems: Mathematical Modeling, Theory and Applications},

keywords = {Atomic force microscopy; nanoscale materials and structures; chemical/biological sensors; nanomachining; microscaled Timoshenko beams; atomic force microscopy},

language = {eng},

pages = {124-144},

title = {Modeling the tip-sample interaction in atomic force microscopy with Timoshenko beam theory},

url = {http://eudml.org/doc/266710},

volume = {2},

year = {2013},

}

TY - JOUR

AU - Julio R. Claeyssen

AU - Teresa Tsukazan

AU - Leticia Tonetto

AU - Daniela Tolfo

TI - Modeling the tip-sample interaction in atomic force microscopy with Timoshenko beam theory

JO - Nanoscale Systems: Mathematical Modeling, Theory and Applications

PY - 2013

VL - 2

SP - 124

EP - 144

AB - A matrix framework is developed for single and multispan micro-cantilevers Timoshenko beam models of use in atomic force microscopy (AFM). They are considered subject to general forcing loads and boundary conditions for modeling tipsample interaction. Surface effects are considered in the frequency analysis of supported and cantilever microbeams. Extensive use is made of a distributed matrix fundamental response that allows to determine forced responses through convolution and to absorb non-homogeneous boundary conditions. Transients are identified from intial values of permanent responses. Eigenanalysis for determining frequencies and matrix mode shapes is done with the use of a fundamental matrix response that characterizes solutions of a damped second-order matrix differential equation. It is observed that surface effects are influential for the natural frequency at the nanoscale. Simulations are performed for a bi-segmented free-free beam and with a micro-cantilever beam actuated by a piezoelectric layer laminated in one side.

LA - eng

KW - Atomic force microscopy; nanoscale materials and structures; chemical/biological sensors; nanomachining; microscaled Timoshenko beams; atomic force microscopy

UR - http://eudml.org/doc/266710

ER -

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