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The use of microcantilevers as (bio)chemical sensors usually involves the application of a chemically sensitive layer. The coated device operates either in a static bending regime or in a dynamic flexural mode. While some of these coated devices may be operated successfully in both the static and dynamic modes, others may suffer from certain shortcomings… (More)
A new process derived from screenprinting technology and based on thick sacrificial layers has been developed in our laboratory for the fabrication of films partially released from the substrate. This simple, collective and low cost process has been used for the fabrication of sensors and actuators.
At the microscale, cantilever vibrations depend not only on the microstructure’s properties and geometry but also on the properties of the surrounding medium. In fact, when a microcantilever vibrates in a fluid, the fluid offers resistance to the motion of the beam. The study of the influence of the hydrodynamic force on the microcantilever’s vibrational… (More)