About possibility of nanostructures synthesis from binary metallic thin films and their mechanical and thermal properties

K. P. Zolnikov, Iv S. Konovalenko, S. G. Psakhie

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Abstract

A possibility of nanotube and nanoobject simulation using molecular dynamics method is investigated. The embedded atom method is used to describe interatomic interactions. The initial material for nanotube and nanoobject synthesis is a two-layer nanosized metallic crystalline film. One of the film layers is composed of copper atoms and the other layer of aluminum atoms. The synthesis of three-dimensional nanoobects and nanotubes is simulated for different values of film length and layer thickness. Besides, thermal stability of the obtained nanoobjects is studied at a temperature increase up to the melting temperature. The basic scheme for the formation of nanoobjects of complex shape and structure as well as for their use as intellectual nanodevices that convert thermal energy to mechanical one was suggested.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMultiscaling in Applied Science and Emerging Technology, Fundamentals and Applications in Mesomechanics: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference for Mesomechanics
EditorsG.C. Sih, T.B. Kermanidis, S.G. Pantelakis
Pages371-373
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventMultiscaling in Applied Science and Emerging Technology; Fundamentals and Applications in Mesomechanics:Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference for Mesomechanics - Patras, Greece
Duration: 31 May 20044 Jun 2004

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OtherMultiscaling in Applied Science and Emerging Technology; Fundamentals and Applications in Mesomechanics:Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference for Mesomechanics
CountryGreece
CityPatras
Period31.5.044.6.04

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Metallic films
Nanotubes
Nanostructures
Thermodynamic properties
Thin films
Atoms
Mechanical properties
Thermal energy
Melting point
Molecular dynamics
Thermodynamic stability
Crystalline materials
Copper
Aluminum
Temperature

Keywords

  • Embedded atom potentials
  • Molecular dynamics
  • Nanodevices
  • Nanostructures
  • Nanotubes

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Zolnikov, K. P., Konovalenko, I. S., & Psakhie, S. G. (2004). About possibility of nanostructures synthesis from binary metallic thin films and their mechanical and thermal properties. In G. C. Sih, T. B. Kermanidis, & S. G. Pantelakis (Eds.), Multiscaling in Applied Science and Emerging Technology, Fundamentals and Applications in Mesomechanics: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference for Mesomechanics (pp. 371-373)

About possibility of nanostructures synthesis from binary metallic thin films and their mechanical and thermal properties. / Zolnikov, K. P.; Konovalenko, Iv S.; Psakhie, S. G.

Multiscaling in Applied Science and Emerging Technology, Fundamentals and Applications in Mesomechanics: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference for Mesomechanics. ed. / G.C. Sih; T.B. Kermanidis; S.G. Pantelakis. 2004. p. 371-373.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Zolnikov, KP, Konovalenko, IS & Psakhie, SG 2004, About possibility of nanostructures synthesis from binary metallic thin films and their mechanical and thermal properties. in GC Sih, TB Kermanidis & SG Pantelakis (eds), Multiscaling in Applied Science and Emerging Technology, Fundamentals and Applications in Mesomechanics: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference for Mesomechanics. pp. 371-373, Multiscaling in Applied Science and Emerging Technology; Fundamentals and Applications in Mesomechanics:Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference for Mesomechanics, Patras, Greece, 31.5.04.
Zolnikov KP, Konovalenko IS, Psakhie SG. About possibility of nanostructures synthesis from binary metallic thin films and their mechanical and thermal properties. In Sih GC, Kermanidis TB, Pantelakis SG, editors, Multiscaling in Applied Science and Emerging Technology, Fundamentals and Applications in Mesomechanics: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference for Mesomechanics. 2004. p. 371-373
Zolnikov, K. P. ; Konovalenko, Iv S. ; Psakhie, S. G. / About possibility of nanostructures synthesis from binary metallic thin films and their mechanical and thermal properties. Multiscaling in Applied Science and Emerging Technology, Fundamentals and Applications in Mesomechanics: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference for Mesomechanics. editor / G.C. Sih ; T.B. Kermanidis ; S.G. Pantelakis. 2004. pp. 371-373
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