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Energy flows and clock skew. Power requirements. Power supply and energy buffering.
Cooling and computational capacity Conclusion Chapter Molecular Sorting, Processing, and Assembly Sorting and ordering molecules Modulated receptors for selective transport. Cascades of modulated receptors. Ordered input streams. Transformation and assembly with molecular mills Reactive encounters using belt and roller systems.
Interfacing mechanisms. Reagent preparation. Reagent application. Size and mass estimates. Error rates and fail-stop systems. Estimates of energy dissipation.
Mechanochemical power generation. Assembly operations using molecular manipulators A bounded-continuum design for a stiff manipulator. Self-aligning tips and compliant manipulators.
Error rates and sensitivities. Larger manipulator mechanisms. Molecular Manufacturing Systems Assembly operations at intermediate scales Joining building blocks. Reliability issues. Architectural issues Combining parts to make large systems.
Delivering products to an external environment. Redundancy, reliability, and system lifetimes. An exemplar manufacturing-system architecture General approach. Products, building blocks, and assembly sequences.
Throughput, delays, and internal inventories. Mass and volume. Advanced Materials Volume 5, Issue First published: November Tools Request permission Export citation Add to favorites Track citation.
Share Give access Share full text access. Share full text access. Please review our Terms and Conditions of Use and check box below to share full-text version of article. No abstract is available for this article. Citing Literature Number of times cited according to CrossRef: Energy dissipation in merging wells. Free expansion and symmetrical well merging. Asymmetrical well merging. Optimal well merging under uncertainty. Conclusions Chapter 8. Mechanosynthesis 8.
Overview Mechanochemistry: Scope and approach. Perspectives on solution-phase organic synthesis The scale and scope of chemistry. The prominence of qualitative results in organic synthesis.
A survey of synthetic achievements. Solution-phase synthesis and mechanosynthesis Analytical approach. Basic constraints imposed by mechanosynthesis. Basic capabilities provided by mechanosynthesis.
Summary of the comparison. Reactive species Overview. Ionic species. Unsaturated hydrocarbons. Carbon radicals. Organometallic reagents. Forcible mechanochemical processes Overview. General considerations. Tensile bond cleavage. Alkene and alkyne radical additions. Pi-bond torsion. Radical displacements. Carbene additions and insertions.
Alkene and alkyne cycloadditions. Transition-metal reactions. Mechanosynthesis of diamondoid structures Why examine the synthesis of diamond? Why examine multiple synthesis strategies?
Diamond surfaces. Stepwise synthesis processes. Strand deposition processes. Cluster-based strategies. Toward less diamondlike diamondoids. Mechanosynthesis of nondiamondoid structures. Nanoscale Structural Components 9. Overview 9. Components in context 9. Materials and models for nanoscale components Classes of materials.
Materials vs. The bounded continuum approach. Surface effects on component properties Materials and stiffness. Assigning sizes. Computational experiments on rod modulus. Shape control in irregular structures Control of shape and detail of specification. Estimates of the number of diamondoid structures.
Exclusion of structures by geometrical constraints.
Exclusion of structures by molecular binding requirements. Kaehler brackets. Components of high rotational symmetry Strained-shell structures. Curved-shell structures. Special-case structures. Adhesive interfaces Van der Waals attraction and interlocking structures. Ionic and hydrogen bonding. Covalent interfacial bonding. Conclusions Chapter Mobile Interfaces and Moving Parts Overview Spatial Fourier transforms of nonbonded potentials Barrier heights and sums of sinusoids.
Sliding of irregular objects over regular surfaces Motivation: A Monte Carlo analysis of barrier heights. Implications for constraints on structure. Energy dissipation models.
Static friction. Coupled sites. Symmetrical sleeve bearings Models of symmetrical sleeve bearings.
Spatial frequencies and symmetry operations. Properties of unloaded bearings.
Properties of loaded bearings. Bearing stiffness in the transverse-continuum approximation. Mechanisms of energy dissipation. Sleeve bearings in molecular detail. Less symmetrical sleeve bearings. Further applications of sliding-interface bearings Nuts and screws. Rods in sleeves.
Constant force springs. Atomic-axle bearings Bonded bearings. Atomic-point bearings. Gears, rollers, belts, and cams Spur gears. Helical gears. Rack-and-pinion gears and roller bearings.
Bevel gears. Worm gears.
Belt-and-roller systems. Planetary gear systems. Barriers in extended systems Sliding of irregular objects over irregular surfaces. Dampers, detents, clutches, and ratchets Dampers. Ratchets and reversibility. Differences between nanomachines and macromachines. Bounded continuum models revisited Intermediate Subsystems Mechanical measurement devices Well partitioning and indicator latching.
Shape and position discrimination. Reliability through iterated measurements. Stiff, high gear-ratio mechanisms Harmonic drives. Toroidal worm drives. Fluids, seals, and pumps Fluid micromechanics. Walls and seals. Pumps and vacuum systems. Convective cooling systems Murray's Law and fractal plumbing. Coolant design. Cooling capacity in a macroscopic volume.
Electromechanical devices Conducting paths Insulating layers and tunneling contacts. Modulated tunneling junctions. Electrostatic actuators.
Electrostatic motors. DC motors and generators Charge carriers and charge density. Electrode charging mechanism. Motor power and power density. Energy dissipation and efficiency. Motor start-up. Speed regulation. Nanomechanical Computational Systems Digital signal transmission with mechanical rods Electronic analogies.
Signal propagation speed. Gates and logic rods Electronic analogies. Components and general kinematics.
A bounded continuum model. Dynamics and energy dissipation in mobile rods. Dynamics and energy dissipation in blocked rods. Fluctuations in stored energy. Thermal excitation and error rates.
Summary observations based on the exemplar calculations. Registers Kinematics of an efficient class of register. Device size and packing. Energy dissipation estimates. Combinational logic and finite-state machines Finite-state machine structure and kinematics. Finite-state machine timing and alternatives. Fan-in, fan-out, and geometric issues. Signal propagation with acoustic transmission lines.
Survey of other devices and subsystems Gates for non-PLA combinational logic. Carry chains. Random-access memory. Mass storage systems. Interfaces to macroscale systems. CPU-scale systems: A CPU-scale drive system architecture.