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Current state of micro machine technologies and summary of its research and development. ; Research and development of the project requiring coordination among industries, government and universities, and international cooperation. Micro machine gijutsu no genjo to kenkyu kaihatsu no gaiyo. ; Hon project no kenkyu kaihatsu ni wa sankangaku no renkei to kokusai kyoryoku ga juyo

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Abstract

A summary is given on the current state of micro machine (MM) technologies and its research and development. The large scale project system was inaugurated in 1966 under the coordinations among the industries, government and universities. The MM technology creates micro movement mechanisms using IC{prime}s in place of electronic circuits. The subject is to perform an IC manufacturing process which can process IC{prime}s three-dimensionally and assemble them simultaneously, and the product strength. The target is a systematization of constitutive elements ultra small, yet high in performance. This requires an international cooperation. The future MM image would include those that enter blood vessels and organs to help operations with only a small amount of incision, and those that enter power plant boiler piping and aircraft engines to perform inspection and repair without a need of dismantling. Problems to be solved relate to the MM movement mechanisms, modules having environment recognizing function, small-size energy converters, wireless transmission technologies, and dynamics in microscopic regions.
Authors:
Konaka, M [1] 
  1. Agency of Industrial Science and Technology, Tokyo (Japan)
Publication Date:
Nov 15, 1991
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
NEDO-91-950759; EDB-92-090389
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Nippon No Kagaku To Gijutsu (Japan Science and Technology); (Japan); Journal Volume: 32:263
Subject:
47 OTHER INSTRUMENTATION; 42 ENGINEERING; INTEGRATED CIRCUITS; FABRICATION; FRACTURE PROPERTIES; MACHINING; SPACE DEPENDENCE; ROBOTS; IN-SERVICE INSPECTION; IN-SITU PROCESSING; INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION; MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS; MODULAR STRUCTURES; SENSE ORGANS; SURGERY; LIVER; VEINS; BLOOD VESSELS; BODY; CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM; COOPERATION; DIGESTIVE SYSTEM; ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS; GLANDS; INSPECTION; MECHANICAL PROPERTIES; MEDICINE; ORGANS; PROCESSING; 440800* - Miscellaneous Instrumentation- (1990-); 426000 - Engineering- Components, Electron Devices & Circuits- (1990-)
OSTI ID:
5408076
Country of Origin:
Japan
Language:
Japanese
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0029-0327; CODEN: NNKGA
Submitting Site:
NEDO
Size:
Pages: 24-26
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Konaka, M. Current state of micro machine technologies and summary of its research and development. ; Research and development of the project requiring coordination among industries, government and universities, and international cooperation. Micro machine gijutsu no genjo to kenkyu kaihatsu no gaiyo. ; Hon project no kenkyu kaihatsu ni wa sankangaku no renkei to kokusai kyoryoku ga juyo. Japan: N. p., 1991. Web.
Konaka, M. Current state of micro machine technologies and summary of its research and development. ; Research and development of the project requiring coordination among industries, government and universities, and international cooperation. Micro machine gijutsu no genjo to kenkyu kaihatsu no gaiyo. ; Hon project no kenkyu kaihatsu ni wa sankangaku no renkei to kokusai kyoryoku ga juyo. Japan.
Konaka, M. 1991. "Current state of micro machine technologies and summary of its research and development. ; Research and development of the project requiring coordination among industries, government and universities, and international cooperation. Micro machine gijutsu no genjo to kenkyu kaihatsu no gaiyo. ; Hon project no kenkyu kaihatsu ni wa sankangaku no renkei to kokusai kyoryoku ga juyo." Japan.
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title = {Current state of micro machine technologies and summary of its research and development. ; Research and development of the project requiring coordination among industries, government and universities, and international cooperation. Micro machine gijutsu no genjo to kenkyu kaihatsu no gaiyo. ; Hon project no kenkyu kaihatsu ni wa sankangaku no renkei to kokusai kyoryoku ga juyo}
author = {Konaka, M}
abstractNote = {A summary is given on the current state of micro machine (MM) technologies and its research and development. The large scale project system was inaugurated in 1966 under the coordinations among the industries, government and universities. The MM technology creates micro movement mechanisms using IC{prime}s in place of electronic circuits. The subject is to perform an IC manufacturing process which can process IC{prime}s three-dimensionally and assemble them simultaneously, and the product strength. The target is a systematization of constitutive elements ultra small, yet high in performance. This requires an international cooperation. The future MM image would include those that enter blood vessels and organs to help operations with only a small amount of incision, and those that enter power plant boiler piping and aircraft engines to perform inspection and repair without a need of dismantling. Problems to be solved relate to the MM movement mechanisms, modules having environment recognizing function, small-size energy converters, wireless transmission technologies, and dynamics in microscopic regions.}
journal = {Nippon No Kagaku To Gijutsu (Japan Science and Technology); (Japan)}
volume = {32:263}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Japan}
year = {1991}
month = {Nov}
}