Estimates of energy dissipation. Survey of other devices and subsystems Gates for non-PLA combinational logic. Classical Magnitudes and Scaling Laws 2.
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Rational design and evolutionary approaches. Classical Magnitudes and Scaling Laws.
Nanosystems: molecular machinery, manufacturing, and computation
Pumps and vacuum systems. Sorting and ordering molecules Modulated receptors for selective transport.
Molecular mechanics The molecular mechanics approach. Backward chaining to identify strategies Forward vs.
Nanosystems: molecular machinery, manufacturing, and computation - K. Eric Drexler - Google Books
Redundancy, reliability, and system lifetimes. Optimal well merging under uncertainty. The bounded continuum approach.
Philosophy of theoretical applied science. Clmputation and quantum effects. Potential Energy Surfaces Chapter 4. Spatial frequencies and symmetry operations. Design and complexity Part counts and automation in design and computation.
Component and system lifetimes Component lifetimes. Elasticity, entropy, and vibrational modes Neglect of vibrational modes in classical elastic springs. Less symmetrical sleeve bearings. The Debye model of the phonon energy density.
Survey of other devices and subsystems Gates for non-PLA combinational logic. Paths to Molecular Manufacturing Appendix A. Conservative scaling of variance with temperature. Toward less diamondlike diamondoids.
This landmark work first presents the basic principles of physics and chemistry required to understand molecular machines. Energy Dissipation Chapter 8.
Nanosystems Indian edition Wiley India, Note: Softer, smaller, solution-phase systems stages 2—3 Diamondoid via nondiamondoid systems.
Throughput, delays, and internal inventories. Ionic and hydrogen bonding. Further reading Chapter 4.
Nanomechanical Computational Systems Chapter Manufacture of manufacturing systems. Transitions among time-dependent wells Overview. Gears, rollers, belts, and cams Spur gears. Energy output and dissipation. Dynamics and energy dissipation in mobile rods.