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Schienbein, Ralf; Fern, Florian; Theska, René; Supreeti, Shraddha; Füßl, Roland; Manske, Eberhard;
Fundamental investigations in the design of five-axis nanopositioning machines for measurement and fabrication purposes. - In: Nanomanufacturing and metrology. - [Singapore] : Springer Singapore, ISSN 2520-8128, (2021), insges. 9 S.
- Published: 20 April 2021

The majority of nanopositioning and nanomeasuring machines (NPMMs) are based on three independent linear movements in a Cartesian coordinate system. This in combination with the specific nature of sensors and tools limits the addressable part geometries. An enhancement of an NPMM is introduced by the implementation of rotational movements while keeping the precision in the nanometer range. For this purpose, a parameter-based dynamic evaluation system with quantifiable technological parameters has been set up and employed to identify and assess general solution concepts and adequate substructures. Evaluations taken show high potential for three linear movements of the object in combination with two angular movements of the tool. The influence of the additional rotation systems on the existing structure of NPMMs has been investigated further on. Test series on the repeatability of an NPMM enhanced by a chosen combination of a rotary stage and a goniometer setup are realized. As a result of these test series, the necessity of in situ position determination of the tool became very clear. The tool position is measured in situ in relation to a hemispherical reference mirror by three Fabry-Pérot interferometers. FEA optimization has been used to enhance the overall system structure with regard to reproducibility and long-term stability. Results have been experimentally investigated by use of a retroreflector as a tool and the various laser interferometers of the NPMM. The knowledge gained has been formed into general rules for the verification and optimization of design solutions for multiaxial nanopositioning machines.



https://doi.org/10.1007/s41871-021-00102-w
Kurniawan, Mario; Stich, Michael; Marimon, Mayra; Camargo, Magali K.; Peipmann, Ralf; Hannappel, Thomas; Bund, Andreas;
Electrodeposition of cuprous oxide on a porous copper framework for an improved photoelectrochemical performance. - In: Journal of materials science. - Dordrecht [u.a.] : Springer Science + Business Media B.V, ISSN 1573-4803, Bd. 56 (2021), 20, S. 11866-11880

https://doi.org/10.1007/s10853-021-06058-y
Leben, Leslie; Martínez Pería, Francisco; Philipp, Friedrich; Trunk, Carsten; Winkler, Henrik;
Finite rank perturbations of linear relations and matrix pencils. - In: Complex analysis and operator theory. - Cham (ZG) : Springer International Publishing AG, ISSN 1661-8262, Bd. 15 (2021), 2, S. 1-37

We elaborate on the deviation of the Jordan structures of two linear relations that are finite-dimensional perturbations of each other. We compare their number of Jordan chains of length at least n. In the operator case, it was recently proved that the difference of these numbers is independent of n and is at most the defect between the operators. One of the main results of this paper shows that in the case of linear relations this number has to be multiplied by n+1 and that this bound is sharp. The reason for this behavior is the existence of singular chains. We apply our results to one-dimensional perturbations of singular and regular matrix pencils. This is done by representing matrix pencils via linear relations. This technique allows for both proving known results for regular pencils as well as new results for singular ones.



https://doi.org/10.1007/s11785-021-01082-x
Hesse, David; Hamatschek, Christopher; Augsburg, Klaus; Weigelt, Thomas; Prahst, Alexander; Gramstat, Sebastian;
Testing of alternative disc brakes and friction materials regarding brake wear particle emissions and temperature behavior. - In: Atmosphere. - Basel, Switzerland : MDPI AG, ISSN 2073-4433, Bd. 12 (2021), 4, S. 1-23

In this study, different disc brakes and friction materials are evaluated with respect to particle emission output and characteristic features are derived. The measurements take place on an inertia dynamometer using a constant volume sampling system. Brake wear particle emission factors of different disc concepts in different sizes are determined and compared, using a grey cast iron disc, a tungsten carbide-coated disc and a carbon ceramic disc. The brakes were tested over a section (trip #10) novel test cycle developed from the database of the worldwide harmonized Light-Duty vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP). First, brake emission factors were determined along the bedding process using a series of trip-10 tests. The tests were performed starting from unconditioned pads, to characterize the evolution of emissions until their stabilization. In addition to number- and mass-related emission factors (PM2.5-PM10), the particle size distribution was determined. Another focus was the evaluation of temperature ranges and the associated challenges in the use of temperature readings in a potential regulation of brake wear particle emissions. The results illustrate the challenges associated with establishing a universal bedding procedure and using disc temperature measurements for the control of a representative braking procedure. Using tungsten carbide coated discs and carbon ceramic discs, emission reduction potentials of up to 70% (PM10) could be demonstrated along the WLTP brake cycle. The reduction potential is primarily the result of the high wear resistance of the disc, but is additionally influenced by the pad composition and the temperature in the friction contact area.



https://doi.org/10.3390/atmos12040436
Heydrich, Marius; Ricciardi, Vincenzo; Ivanov, Valentin; Mazzoni, Matteo; Rossi, Alessandro; Buh, Jože; Augsburg, Klaus;
Integrated braking control for electric vehicles with in-wheel propulsion and fully decoupled brake-by-wire system. - In: Vehicles. - Basel : MDPI AG, ISSN 2624-8921, Bd. 3 (2021), 2, S. 145-161

https://doi.org/10.3390/vehicles3020009
Visaveliya, Nikunjkumar R.; Köhler, Michael;
Hierarchical assemblies of polymer particles through tailored interfaces and controllable interfacial interactions. - In: Advanced functional materials. - Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, ISSN 1616-3028, Volume 31 (2021), issue 9, 2007407, Seite 1-22

Hierarchical assembly architectures of functional polymer particles are promising because of their physicochemical and surface properties for multi-labeling and sensing to catalysis and biomedical applications. While polymer nanoparticles' interior is mainly made up of the cross-linked network, their surface can be tailored with soft, flexible, and responsive molecules and macromolecules as potential support for the controlled particulate assemblies. Molecular surfactants and polyelectrolytes as interfacial agents improve the stability of the nanoparticles whereas swellable and soft shell-like cross-linked polymeric layer at the interface can significantly enhance the uptake of guest nano-constituents during assemblies. Besides, layer-by-layer surface-functionalization holds the ability to provide a high variability in assembly architectures of different interfacial properties. Considering these aspects, various assembly architectures of polymer nanoparticles of tunable size, shapes, morphology, and tailored interfaces together with controllable interfacial interactions are constructed here. The microfluidic-mediated platform has been used for the synthesis of constituents polymer nanoparticles of various structural and interfacial properties, and their assemblies are conducted in batch or flow conditions. The assemblies presented in this progress report is divided into three main categories: cross-linked polymeric network's fusion-based self-assembly, electrostatic-driven assemblies, and assembly formed by encapsulating smaller nanoparticles into larger microparticles.



https://doi.org/10.1002/adfm.202007407
Göring, Steve; Ramachandra Rao, Rakesh Rao; Feiten, Bernhard; Raake, Alexander;
Modular framework and instances of pixel-based video quality models for UHD-1/4K. - In: IEEE access : practical research, open solutions.. - New York, NY : IEEE, ISSN 2169-3536, Bd. 9 (2021), S. 31842-31864

https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2021.3059932
Baidiuk, Dmytro; Derkach, Volodymyr; Hassi, Seppo;
Unitary boundary pairs for isometric operators in Pontryagin spaces and generalized coresolvents. - In: Complex analysis and operator theory. - Cham (ZG) : Springer International Publishing AG, ISSN 1661-8262, Bd. 15 (2021), 2, S. 1-52

https://doi.org/10.1007/s11785-020-01073-4
Boeck, Thomas; Sanjari, Seyed Loghman; Becker, Tatiana;
Dynamics of a magnetic pendulum in the presence of an oscillating conducting plate. - In: Proceedings in applied mathematics and mechanics : PAMM.. - Weinheim [u.a.] : Wiley-VCH, ISSN 1617-7061, Volume 20 (2021), issue 1, e202000083, Seite 1-2

A pendulum with an attached permanent magnet moving near a conductor is a typical experiment for the demonstration of electromagnetic braking. When the conductor itself moves, it can transfer energy to the pendulum. We study a simple but exact analytical model where the conductor is a horizontally unbounded flat plate. For this geometry, eddy currents and induced Lorentz force due to the motion of a magnetic dipole are known analytically in the quasistatic limit. A vertical oscillation of such a horizontal plate located beneath the magnet is considered. In this setup, the vertical position of the pendulum is an equilibrium point when the magnetic moment of the magnet is perpendicular to its plane of motion. Depending on the strength of the magnetic dipole moment, the frequency and amplitude of the plate as well as the distance between plate and magnet, the plate oscillation can destabilize the equilibrium. The stability limits for weak electromagnetic coupling are computed analytically using the harmonic balancing method. For stronger coupling, the stability limits are obtained numerically using Floquet analysis. Chaotic motions with finite amplitudes are also found.



https://doi.org/10.1002/pamm.202000083
Blum, Maren-Christina; Solf, Benjamin; Hunold, Alexander; Klee, Sascha;
Effects of ocular direct current stimulation on full field electroretinogram. - In: Frontiers in neuroscience. - Lausanne : Frontiers Research Foundation, ISSN 1662-453X, Bd. 15 (2021), insges. 9 S.

https://doi.org/10.3389/fnins.2021.606557