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Étude du mouvement d'objet du spectromètre de masse d'Andromède

Abstract : The main aim of the Andromede project is to build a new generation of tool to analyze the properties of matter by mass spectrometry. It will be achieved by using high energy nanoparticles with a spatial resolution of 100 nm. The key benefit of Andromede is the opportunity to analyze the samples at atmospheric pressure. This new tool will have a large impact in fields such as health, astronomy and energy. The Andromede's study of object movement by mass spectrometry treats of commonly known problematic found in many nuclear physical tools like nano-positionning movement or flexure mechanism used in molecular vacuum. Thereby, this study provides an opportunity to introduce a formulation of system error budget and to highlight the mechanical design problems of this type of kinematics. It also provides a method of introducing samples from outside to inside chamber while preventing atmospheric pressure. Other issues such as : design, sizing and implementation of a hinge mechanism are also treated.
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Nicolas Hauchecorne. Étude du mouvement d'objet du spectromètre de masse d'Andromède. Mécanique [physics.med-ph]. 2011. ⟨dumas-00692439⟩

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