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Advances in Nano Research
  Volume 13, Number 1, July 2022 , pages 1-12
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12989/anr.2022.13.1.001
 


Impact of carbon dioxide on the stability of the small-scale structures by trapping the material properties
Yunlong Zhou and Jian Wang

 
Abstract
    The existence of active material in the environment causes the small-scale systems to be sensitive to the actual environment. Carbon dioxide is one of the active materials that exists a lot in the air conditions of the living environment. However, in some applications, the carbon dioxide-coated is used to improve the performance of systems against the destructive factors such as the corrosion; nevertheless, in the current research, the stability analysis of a carbon dioxide capture mechanism-coated beam is investigated according to the mathematical simulation of a rectangular composite beam utilizing the modified couple stress theory. The composite mechanism of carbon dioxide trapping is made of a polyacrylonitrile substrate that supports a cross-link polydimethylsiloxane gutter layer as the carbon dioxide mechanism trapping. Three novel types of carbon dioxide trapping mechanism involving methacrylate, poly (ethylene glycol) methyl ether methacrylate, and three pedant methacrylates are considered, which were introduced by Fu et al. (2016). Finally, according to introducing the methodology of carbon dioxide (CO2) trapping, the impact of various effective parameters on the stability of composite beams will be analyzed in detail.
 
Key Words
    carbon dioxide trapping; mathematical modelling; stability analysis; trapping material mechanism
 
Address
Yunlong Zhou and Jian Wang: College of energy and power engineering, Northeast Electric Power University, Jilin 132031, Jilin, China
 

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