2 article(s) from Klocke, Michael
Three-dimensional plot (left) and schematic representation (right) of simulation setup. The tip is ...
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Top view of the substrate surface for the Lennard-Jones case. Distance dependence is probed at posi...
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Top view of the substrate surface for the ionic crystal. Distance dependence is probed at position ...
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Energy dissipation and frequency shift as a function of the nominal distance. Each point is calcula...
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Trajectory of the apex atom at tip position A (Figure 2). Δx and Δy are its x- and y-coordinates relative t...
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Potential energy surface a) in the (111)-plane of the apex atom, when the tip is far away from the ...
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Simulated constant-height scans along the line shown in Figure 2 for a Lennard-Jones system (position A at y...
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Damping and reduced frequency shift as a function of the nominal distance d for position A (apex at...
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Simulated constant-height scan (d = 0.4 nm) for KBr along the line shown in Figure 3. The first panel shows...
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Damping and reduced frequency shift as a function of the nominal distance d for position y = 0.243 ...
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Damping rate (upper curve) and dissipation rate (lower curve) as a function of the strength ε of th...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2016, 7, 708–720, doi:10.3762/bjnano.7.63
Sketch of the two-dimensional model setup.
Distance-dependency of the energy transfer after one cycle. As a function of the nominal distance (...
Numerical results of energy in lateral degree of freedom after one cycle (line) and maximum energy ...
Distance dependency of dissipation rate for one cycle (dashed line) and averaged over 30 cycles (so...
Dissipation rate depending on frequency ratio ωx/ωz for different systems. Dashed line indicates th...
Dissipation rate with respect to the variation of the Q-factor for nominal distances of d = 0.8 nm ...
Topography and dissipation for KBr. Scan line along . We observe a doubling in the dissipation...
Topography and dissipation for Monte-Carlo parameter-space study.
Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2014, 5, 2048–2057, doi:10.3762/bjnano.5.213
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