Design methodology for nano-engineered surfaces to control adhesion: Application to the anti-adhesion of particles

Taekyung Kim, Cheongwan Min, Myungki Jung, Jinhyung Lee, Changsu Park, Shinill Kang

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Abstract

With increasing demand for means of controlling surface adhesion in various applications, including the semiconductor industry, optics, micro/nanoelectromechanical systems, and the medical industry, nano-engineered surfaces have attracted much attention. This study suggests a design methodology for nanostructures using the Derjaguin approximation in conjunction with finite element analysis for the control of adhesion forces. The suggested design methodology was applied for designing a nano-engineered surface with low-adhesion properties. To verify this, rectangular and sinusoidal nanostructures were fabricated and analyzed using force-distance curve measurements using atomic force microscopy and centrifugal detachment testing. For force-distance curve measurements, modified cantilevers with tips formed with atypical particles were used. Subsequently, centrifugal detachment tests were also conducted. The surface wettability of rectangular and sinusoidal nanostructures was measured and compared with the measured adhesion force and the number of particles remaining after centrifugal detachment tests.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)889-893
Number of pages5
JournalApplied Surface Science
Volume389
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016 Dec 15

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Adhesion
Nanostructures
NEMS
Wetting
Atomic force microscopy
Optics
Industry
Semiconductor materials
Finite element method
Testing

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  • Surfaces, Coatings and Films

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Kim, Taekyung ; Min, Cheongwan ; Jung, Myungki ; Lee, Jinhyung ; Park, Changsu ; Kang, Shinill. / Design methodology for nano-engineered surfaces to control adhesion : Application to the anti-adhesion of particles. In: Applied Surface Science. 2016 ; Vol. 389. pp. 889-893.
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