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  • Chen, X.; Lam, Yee Cheong; Tam, Michael K. C.; Yu, S.C.M. (2002-01)
    A hybrid FEM/FDM algorithm for particle migration of quasi-steady flow in concentrated suspension materials is proposed in this study. This hybrid FEM/FDM algorithm in which the planar variables, such as pressure field, ...
  • Eppinger, Steven D. (2002-01)
    Development of complex products and large systems is a highly interactive social process involving hundreds of people designing thousands of interrelated components and making millions of coupled decisions. Nevertheless, ...
  • Deng, Y.-M.; Lu, Wen Feng (2005-01)
    Performance and manufacturability are two important issues that must be taken into account during MEMS design. Existing MEMS design models or systems follow a process-driven design paradigm, that is, design starts from the ...
  • Tajan, John Benedict Cheng; Appa Iyer, Sivakumar; Gershwin, Stanley B. (2006-01)
    A typical example of a batch processor is the diffusion furnace used in wafer fabrication facilities (otherwise known as wafer fabs). In diffusion, silicon wafers are placed inside the furnace, and dopant is flown through ...
  • Mu, L.; Chan-Park, Mary Bee-Eng; Yue, Chee Yoon; Feng, S.S. (2004-01)
    A suitable management of the pharmaceutical property is needed and helpful to design a desired nanoparticulate delivery system, which includes the carrier nature, particle size and size distribution, morphology, surfactant ...
  • Bhatnagar, Rohit; Peeyush, Mehta (2005-01)
    We address the problem of jointly determining shipment planning and scheduling decisions with the presence of multiple shipment modes. We consider long lead time, less expensive sea shipment mode, and short lead time but ...
  • Unger, Darian W.; Eppinger, Steven D. (2002-01)
    Companies developing new products have a wide variety of product development (PD) processes from which to choose. Each process offers a different method of iteration to manage risk. Companies must therefore consider the ...
  • Yeo, L. P.; Poh, S. L.; Lam, Yee Cheong; Chan-Park, Mary Bee-Eng (2005-01)
    High aspect ratio polymeric micro-patterns are ubiquitous in many fields ranging from sensors, actuators, optics, fluidics and medical. Second generation PDMS molds are replicated against first generation silicon molds ...
  • Wang, S.Z.; Yoon, Soon Fatt (2003-01)
    GaAs-based nitride is found to be sensitive to growth conditions and ex-situ annealing processes. The critical thickness is almost one order thicker than the theoretical prediction by force balance model. The growth process ...
  • Hardt, David E.; Ganesan, Bala; Qi, Wang; Dirckx, Matthew; Rzepniewski, Adam K. (2004-01)
    Abstract— A promising technique for the large-scale manufacture of micro-fluidic devices and photonic devices is hot embossing of polymers such as PMMA. Micro-embossing is a deformation process where the workpiece material ...
  • Hardt, David E.; Ganesan, Bala; Dirckx, Matthew; Shoji, Grant; Thaker, Kunal; Qi, Wang (2005-01)
    A promising technique for the large-scale manufacture of micro-fluidic devices and photonic devices is hot embossing of polymers such as PMMA. Micro-embossing is a deformation process where the workpiece material is heated ...
  • Kim, Jongyoon; Gershwin, Stanley B. (2004-01)
    During the past three decades, the success of the Toyota Production System has spurred research in the area of manufacturing systems engineering. Two research fields, productivity and quality, have been extensively studied ...
  • Chen, I-Ming (2003-01)
    This article describes the development of a component-based technology robot system that can be rapidly configured to perform a specific manufacturing task. The system is conceived with standard and inter-operable components ...
  • Yan, Yehai; Chan-Park, Mary Bee-Eng; Yue, Chee Yoon (2003-01)
    This paper describes a promising fabrication technique for rapid replication of high aspect ratio microstructured molds for UV embossing. The process involves casting silicone rubber on a microstructured master, replicating ...
  • Raheja, Amritpal Singh; Subramaniam, Velusamy (2002-01)
    Disruptions to job shop schedules are tedious and difficult to incorporate after the schedule has been generated and implemented on the shop floor. In order to deal with such disruptions, a real time reactive scheduling ...
  • Kim, H.-Y.; Cherng, J.-P.; Chun, Jung-Hoon (2002-01)
    This article reports the recent progress of re-search made in the Droplet-Based Manufacturing Laboratory at MIT. The study has been focused on obtaining a fundamental understanding of microdroplet deposition and applying ...
  • Yuan, M. L.; Ong, S. K.; Nee, Andrew Y. C. (2004-01)
    In AR systems, registration is one of the most difficult problems currently limiting their applications. In this paper, we proposed a simple registration method using projective reconstruction. This method consists of two ...
  • Kua, C. H.; Lam, Yee Cheong; Yang, C.; Youcef-Toumi, Kamal (2005-01)
    During the last decade, large and costly instruments are being replaced by system based on microfluidic devices. Microfluidic devices hold the promise of combining a small analytical laboratory onto a chip-sized substrate ...
  • Chen, Xin; Sim, Melvyn; Simchi-Levi, David; Sun, Peng (2005-01)
    Traditional inventory models focus on risk-neutral decision makers, i.e., characterizing replenishment strategies that maximize expected total profit, or equivalently, minimize expected total cost over a planning horizon. ...
  • Yuan, Miaolong; Xie, Ming; Yin, Xiaoming (2002-01)
    Feature matching in images plays an important role in computer vision such as for 3D reconstruction, motion analysis, object recognition, target tracking and dynamic scene analysis. In this paper, we present a robust ...
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