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“…Therefore, the system becomes bi-stable, and sweeping the DC voltage over these limit points leads to a snap-through behavior between coexisting solution branches or failure of the system. This bi-stability can be of interest for actuation or binary sensing mechanisms (for differential pressure measurements for example [15]). …”
Section: Sweep Over DC Voltagementioning
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“…Therefore, the system becomes bi-stable, and sweeping the DC voltage over these limit points leads to a snap-through behavior between coexisting solution branches or failure of the system. This bi-stability can be of interest for actuation or binary sensing mechanisms (for differential pressure measurements for example [15]). …”
Section: Sweep Over DC Voltagementioning
“…It has been shown that the critical voltage and deflection of the flexible electrode depend on the material properties, geometry and dimensions of the flexible electrode, and the initial gap size between the two electrodes. Particularly, for circular plate-like electrodes, the critical deflection in static pull-in varies between 51 and 71% of the initial gap between the electrodes, depending only on the thickness of the structure [14,15].…”
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“…[18]. Although depending on geometry and gap-size, the static pull-in often occurs at 51-71% of the initial gap [27,28].…”
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