Papers by Keyword: Sensor

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Authors: Gong Ming Yan, De Chun Zhao, An Yuan Yang
Abstract: Based on the practical need for control stick force sensor test of a certain type of aircraft, corresponding design method of control stick force sensor tester is propoesd, its basic testing principle and course are analyzed,in th end this type of tester is made and tested practically.The result shows that the control stick force sensor tester possesses the characteristics of easy manipulation, perfect function, high intelligence,fast and exact test, provides a scientific testing means for the performance of aircraft control stick force sensor,and has a good application value and popularizing prospect.
Authors: Shuoben Hou, Per Erik Hellström, Carl Mikael Zetterling, Mikael Östling
Abstract: An in-house fabricated 4H-SiC PIN diode that has both optical sensing and temperature sensing functions from room temperature (RT) to 550 °C is presented. The two sensing functions can be simply converted from one to the other by switching the bias voltage on the diode. The optical responsivity of the diode at 365 nm is 31.8 mA/W at 550 °C. The temperature sensitivity of the diode is 2.7 mV/°C at the forward current of 1 μA.
Authors: Gheorghe Brezeanu, Florin Draghici, F. Craciunioiu, C. Boianceanu, F. Bernea, F. Udrea, D. Puscasu, Ion Rusu
Abstract: 4H-SiC Schottky Barrier Diodes (SBDs) with remarkable electrical performance have been fabricated and characterised. A barrier height about 1.64V and an ideality factor close to 1 are extracted from the forward characteristics measured at several temperatures. These essential Schottky contact parameters are observed to be constant with temperature. A temperature probe with a simple and innovative scheme is designed and applied. The probe uses SiC SBDs as temperature sensor in the 20-4000C range, with measured sensitivities varying from 1.3 mV/K to 2.8 mV/K. The probe is meant to monitorize the temperature inside the furnaces, in the cement industry.
Authors: L.B. Rowland, Jeffery L. Wyatt, Jody Fronheiser, Alexey V. Vert, Peter M. Sandvik, T. Borsa, J. Van Zeghbroeck, Bart Van Zeghbroeck, S. Babu
Abstract: We report on the fabrication and testing of SiC p-i-n avalanche photodiodes. APDs of 0.25 mm2 area on a-plane (1120) 6H-SiC as well as off-axis Si face 6H and 4H-SiC were successfully fabricated. A beveled mesa was used as edge termination. Recessed windows were formed using reactive ion etching to enhance low-wavelength UV performance. We performed current-voltage tests with and without UV illumination to determine dark current, photocurrent, and gain on selected devices. Dark current was less than 1 pA at 0.5Vbr on multiple devices. Quantum efficiency of 40% or greater was observed for all orientations and polytypes.
Authors: Pu Liu
Abstract: With the rapid development and extensive application of network technology, the concept of IOT (Internet of Things) is coming into view. Through information sensing device, according to the agreed protocol, IOT can connect anything to the Internet and to achieve the exchange of information and intelligence management. This paper elaborates the core technologies of the IOT, describes the application of IOT, analyzes the three major issues of IOT development constraints, and makes a few comments to promote the development of IOT.
Authors: Shi Feng Huang, Jun Chang, Lei Qin, Xiao Ming Yang, Zong Jin Li, Xin Cheng
Abstract: A cement based piezoelectric composite sensor using 1-3 cement based piezoelectric composite as sensing element was fabricated. The basic properties of the sensor were mainly investigated. The results indicate that in the frequency range from 0.1 to 40 Hz, the output voltage amplitudes of the sensor increase nonlinearly with increasing frequency of input load under 10 Hz. When the frequency of input load is larger than about 10 Hz, the output voltage amplitudes of the sensor is nearly independent of frequency. There exists an obviously linear relationship between the output voltage amplitude of the sensor and input load amplitude. The output voltage of the sensor is correspond to the complex load very well. The phase difference between the output voltage of the sensor and input load is near zero. Therefore such sensors have a good potential to be used in civil engineering structural health monitoring.
Authors: Rosa Marat-Mendes, C.J. Dias, José N. Marat-Mendes
Authors: Wei Peng An, Lin Xing
Abstract: Monitoring of carbon monoxide gas is an important reference for the monitoring system, to provide protection for the personal safety of the miners. This paper introduces the AT89S52 [1] single-chip microcomputer as the core design of carbon monoxide sensor, realizes the carbon monoxide gas concentration detection. The sensitive head electrochemical sensing original hardware circuit by the amplifier circuit, A / D conversion circuit, display circuit, alarm circuit, an infrared receiving circuit, and the DS18B20 temperature sensor and other components. With real-time monitoring of carbon monoxide sensors, anti-jamming and real-time display function, and through the infrared circuit design makes the operation more convenient, higher accuracy.
Authors: Zhi Qin Qian, Li Zong Lin, Zhuan Huang, Wei Guo Ju, Qun Cao
Abstract: The remote network experiment is to remotely operate laboratory equipment to complete real experiment in different places through the Internet. This paper takes the comprehensive sensor experiment of the course Mechanical engineering testing technology as an example and designs a set of comprehensive remote sensor experiment system based on B/S model and configuration platform. The system is composed of a control system and a test system. The platform of kingview and the module of data acquisition using single-chip computer are used in the control system which communicates through the ModbusRTU protocol to realize data acquisition and the control function of output. The test system is based on Ethernet and composed of AD converter and DDE program. It realizes real-time data acquisition and high speed data transmission through the TCP/IP network. This system not only has the function of appointment course for students, but also greatly enhances students' learning ability by joining new design of experimental modules. The system has good reusability, scalability and maintainability.
Authors: Bin Liu, Jing De An, Wei Dong Zhang, You Lin Xu
Abstract: The selection and design of the sensor is one of the key technologies for UHF PD detection. The UHF sensors popular used in PD detection and location in substation are partial discharge UHF sensor are usually ultra wideband antenna in the frequency range of 200 MHz to 1.5 GHz, which contains interference from communication signals. Accordingly, in order to improve the detection sensitivity and the signal-to-noise ratio, a kind of multi-band UHF narrowband sensor is proposed and designed in accordance with the principles of the loop antenna for PD detection. The proposed frequency resonant bands are set in the ranges of 480MHz-520MHz, 800MHz-850MHz and 1.1GHz-1.2GHz. The design based on simulation is finished and the performances of the prototype sensor are researched by parametric test and PD detection of three typical discharges: corona discharge, surface discharge and metallic particles discharge generated by PD mode. Results show that the selection of band for the UHF sensor is reasonable, and the sensor is with high sensitivity.
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