声学微纳操控方法简介
An Introduction to Acoustic Micro/Nano Manipulations

作者: 胡俊辉 :南京航空航天大学,机械结构力学及控制国家重点实验室,江苏 南京;

关键词: 换能器物理效应微纳操控Acoustic Transducer Physical Effects Micro/Nano Manipulation

摘要:
声学微纳操控是为满足对微纳作动功能的最新需求而出现的一种作动新方法。它利用声波的各种物理效应对微纳尺度的固体、液滴、气饱与软物质进行受控操纵。本论文在给出声学微纳操控方法的出现背景与研究现状后,对其主要工作原理进行总结与点评,在给出最新研究进展的几个实例后,指出该方法的应用前景及其在发展过程中尚需解决的重要问题。

Abstract: Acoustic micro/nano manipulation method has been proposed and developed to meet the new requirements for actuation of micro/nanoscale objects. It utilizes the physical effects of sound to handle micro/nanoscale solids, droplets, bubbles, and soft materials in a controlled way. This paper gives its background and status quo, summarizes and comments its major physical principles, demonstrates several examples of its latest progress, and suggests its potential applications and the important challenges which need to be met for the further development of the method.

文章引用: 胡俊辉 (2016) 声学微纳操控方法简介。 应用物理, 6, 114-118. doi: 10.12677/APP.2016.65016

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