A novel dual-signal output screwing oscillator based on carbon@MoS2 nanotubes
YW Lin and WG Jiang and QH Qin and YJ Chen, APPLIED PHYSICS EXPRESS, 12, 065001 (2019).
A novel dual-signal output screwing oscillator built on carbon@MoS2 heterogeneous nanotubes (CNT@ MST) is proposed and its oscillation performance is investigated using the molecular dynamics method. The MST acting as a stator is the outer tube of the oscillator, while the CNT acting as a rotor is the inner tube to which an initial rotational excitation and an axial translational excitation are simultaneously applied. Compared with the traditional double-walled carbon nanotube (CNT@CNT) screwing oscillators, CNT@MST screwing oscillators have the following advantages: better stability, lower energy dissipation rates, and wider adjustable intertube spacing. (C) 2019 The Japan Society of Applied Physics
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