The new still emerging field of nanomechanics is, probably, one of the simplest parts in the conceptual foundation of nanoscale sciences and nanotechnology.

A first nationally distributed short course “Mechanics of Carbon Nanotubes” has been presented at the Annual ASME Congress in 2001 by Dr. Vasyl Michael Harik, then a Senior Staff Scientist at the ICASE Institute at the NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA. In 2011, exactly ten years after the first presentation of that short course, a new book with the same title "Mechanics of Carbon Nanotubes" has been published by a 2004 NASA spin-off, Nanodesigns Consulting of Newark, DE.

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Comment by DR.NADIA Almouallimi on January 22, 2012 at 5:46am

thanks for this information

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