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RESEARCH ARTICLES

 

1). A Holistic Approach to Automated Synthesis of Mixed-technology Digital MEMS Sensors Part 1:
    Layout Synthesis of MEMS Component with Distributed Mechanical Dynamics,

    Chenxu Zhao and Tom J. Kazmierski, pp.1-15

    [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]

 

2) A Holistic Approach to Automated Synthesis of Mixed-technology Digital MEMS Sensors Part 2:
   Synthesis of a MEMS System with Associated Control Loop,

    Chenxu Zhao and Tom J. Kazmierski, pp.16-28

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3) Realization of a Solid-Propellant based Microthruster Using Low Temperature Co-fired Ceramics,

    Jaya Thakur, Rudra Pratap, Yannick Fournier, Thomas Maeder, Peter Ryser, pp.29-40

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4) A Numerical Approach to Investigate of Pull-In Phenomenon of Circular Micro Plate Subjected to Nonlinear Electrostatic Pressure,

   Farzad Choobdar Rahim, pp.41-49

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5) Surface Electromyographic Sensor for Human Motion Estimation Based on Arm Wrestling Robot,

    Zhen Gao and Dan Zhang, pp.50-61

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6) Study of Microstructural Parameters of Screen Printed ZnO Thick Film Sensors,

    A. V. Patil, C. G. Dighavkar, S. K. Sonawane, U. P. Shinde, S. J. Patil and R. Y. Borse, pp.62-70

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7) Development of Analytical Results for the Fluidic Self-alignment Torque on a Silicon Die,

    R. C. Woods, pp.71-77

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8) Metrology of Temperature Transducer based on Raman Effect,

    Bogdan Stadnyk, Sviatoslav Yatsyshyn, Oleh Seheda, pp.78-84

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9) Compensation of a Primary Transducer Resistance Alteration by Changing the Amplitude-Frequency Characteristics of a Noise-Thermometer Input Circle,

    Bogdan Stadnyk, Ihor Mykytyn, pp.85-91

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10)Effect of Different Post Deposition Annealing Treatments on Properties of Zinc Oxide Thin Films,

    Arti Arora, Anil Arora, P. J. George, V. K. Dwivedi, Vinay Gupta, pp.92-98

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11)Development of Ultrasonic Transmission-Mode Tomography for Water-Particles Flow,

    Mohd Hafiz Fazalul Rahiman, Ruzairi Abdul Rahim, pp.99-105

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12)Influence of Temperature on Current-Voltage Characteristics and Noise of Hydrogen Sensors,

    Z. H. Mkhitaryan, V. M. Aroutiounian, A. A. Durgaryan, pp.106-111

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13)Thermo-oxidation in Arauco and Arbequina Extra-virgin Olive Oil. Changes in Odour using and Electronic Nose and SPME-GC-FID,

    Valeria Messina, Andrea Biolatto, Adriana Descalzo, Ana Sancho, Noemí E. Walsöe de Reca, pp.112-119

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14)Effect of SiO2 Overlayer on WO3 Sensitivity to Ammonia,

    Vibha Srivastava and Kiran Jain, pp.120-128

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PRODUCT NEWS

 

New and Innovative Sensor Technology Offers Unmatched Sensitivity for Differential Low Pressure Measurement

 

Sensortechnics’ new LBA series offers differential low pressure measurement with ranges of 250 and 500 Pa Full Scale. The LBA sensors perform fully analog on-chip CMOS signal conditioning to allow for linear and temperature compensated outputs with high differential pressure resolution of typ. 0.1 % and fast response times of typ. 1 ms. The LBA sensors feature superior sensitivity and offset stability. The devices are based on thermal flow measurement of gas through a micro-flow channel integrated within the sensor chip. This very narrow channel decreases the flow through the LBA sensor by several magnitudes compared to other flow-based pressure sensors. The extremely low gas flow ensures high immunity to dust contamination and condensation and allows the use of connecting tubes and input filters without the need to recalibrate or correct the output signal ...

 

Andrea Doster

Marketing Communications Manager

Sensortechnics GmbH

Tel.: +49 89 80083-48

Fax: +49 89 80083-33

E-mail: andrea.doster@sensortechnics.com

LBA pressure sensor

 

 

ISG Announces New Finger Lakes Smart Camera Family

 

"The Vision Show" in Boston is the location for The Imaging Solutions Group to introduce its new Finger Lakes Smart Camera Family. The camera family will support both GigE Vision and CameraLink interfaces. The Finger Lakes Smart Camera Family will have a number of family members. They will initially support the Eastman Kodak KAI CCD family. Starting with a 16Mp camera (7.4 micron pixel) the family will support all of Kodak's 5.5 micron CCD sensors. Additional sensors from other manufactures may be used in the future ...

 

Kerry Van Iseghem

Imaging Solutions Group of New York, Inc.

1387 Fairport Road, Suite 890, Fairport, NY 14450

Tel.: 585-388-5220, fax: 585-388-5223

E-mail: kerry@isgchips.com

http://www.isgchips.com

Smart Camera

 

 

Lightweight, Miniature Triaxial IEPE Accelerometer Family

 

June 1, 2010, Amherst, New York, USA – Kistler Instrument Corporation has announced the North American market debut of *Type 8766A*, a new range of lightweight, miniature triaxial PiezoStar® IEPE accelerometers. These high-precision sensors offer simultaneous shock and vibration measurement capabilities in three orthogonal axes, with exceptional stability and performance across a very wide range of frequencies and operating temperatures ...

 

Bill Zwolinski

Product Manager

Kistler Instrument Corporation

Tel.: +716-812-9933

Fax: +41 52 224 14 14

E-mail: info@kistler.com

Type 8766A of  PiezoStar® IEPE accelerometers

 

 

High-Performance, Low-Power MEMS Gyroscope Enables Applications in Harsh Industrial Environments

 

NORWOOD - New applications for MEMS (micro-electro-mechanical systems) motion sensors are evolving in the industrial automation, medical, and instrumentation markets where much higher performance is required than is typically found in motion sensors designed for consumer applications. To address this growing demand for more accuracy, stability, and high vibration and shock resistance, Analog Devices, Inc. has developed the high-performance, low-power ADXRS450 iMEMS® gyroscope with digital output specifically for angular rate (rotational) sensing in harsh environments. Leveraging ADI’s previous three generations of industry-leading MEMS gyroscopes, this fourth-generation device features an advanced, differential quad-sensor design that enables it to operate accurately under intense shock and vibration conditions ...

 

Howard Wisniowski,

Analog Devices

Three Technology Way,

Norwood, MA 02062, USA

Tel.: 781-937-1517

E-mail: howard.wisniowski@analog.com

ADXRS450 iMEMS® gyroscope

 

 

Gas Sensor Chip Paving the Way to Autonomous e-Nose

 

Leuven, Belgium and Eindhoven, the Netherlands - June 7, 2010 - Imec and Holst Centre have developed very sensitive integrated sensing elements for gas detection. The polymer-coated microbridges in high-density arrays can detect ppm-level concentrations of vapors using on-chip integrated read-out techniques. The demonstrated technology is very suitable for miniaturization of electronic nose devices thanks to the low power consumption (<1 mW/bridge) and small form factor ...

 

Katrien Marent,

Director of External Communications,

IMEC

Tel.: +32 16 28 18 80,

Mobile: +32 474 30 28 66,

E-mail: Katrien.Marent@imec.be

Gas sensor chip

 

 

Level Sensors for Liquid, Gas and Foam

 

Designers of industrial equipment for process control and manufacturing operations will find the OEM Series of Level Sensors from Fluid Components International (FCI) offers superior accuracy, fast response and long-term reliability. These economical level sensors and switches feature thermal dispersion technology with solid-state or relay contact outputs in a wide range of materials independent of conductivity or dielectric constant and can resist a high degree of coating. Typical applications include point detection in liquid/gas, liquid/liquid, liquid/foam and foam/gas interface applications ...

 

Sam Kresch

FCI: 1755 La Costa Meadows Dr,

San Marcos, CA, 92078, USA

Tel.: 760-736-6128

Fax: 760-736-6250

E-mail: samk@fluidcomponents.com

Level sensors

 

 

ZEMIC Load Cells – Comprehensively Available from Variohm EuroSensor

 

As one of the largest sensor and transducer manufacturers in the world, ZEMIC load cells are characterised by high quality, versatility and competitive pricing. The Asian based manufacturer produces its own wide range and also supplies branded products for the European and American load cell market. As its exclusive UK distributor, and with over thirty years experience in weighing systems, Variohm EuroSensor provides complete technical and full service support across the comprehensive ZEMIC range; with stock delivery and professional consultancy available for standard load cells and customised designs alike ...

 

Williams' Barn

Tiffield Road, Towcester

Northants, NN12 6HP, UK

Tel.: +44 (0) 1327 351004

E-mail: graham@variohm.com

Load Cell

 

 

Non-Contact Position/Displacement Sensing System

 

An independent engineering firm has determined that Kaman’s proven SMT-9700 inductive sensing system, designed specifically for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), has a Mean Time Between Failures of over 30 years. States Dan Spohn, Kaman Marketing Manager, “With an MTBF of over 30 years, the SMT-9700 will provide a reliable output that, in most cases, will outlast the OEM's equipment." The SMT-9700, a compact, high-performance position/displacement sensing system, is based on Kaman’s proprietary inductive technology. It provides a non-contact, cost-effective solution with reliable, repeatable performance over the OEM product’s lifecycle ...

 

Dan Spohn

Kaman Precision Products/Measuring

Tel.: 719/635-6957

Fax: 719/634-8093

E-mail: Dan.Spohn@kaman.com

http://www.kamansensors.com

SMT-9700 inductive sensing system

 

 

Sensor Conditioner with Compensation and Analog Line Driver

 

iC-TW3 is a signal conditioner with a line driver for a wide range of sensor applications. Precision instrumentation amplifiers with differential voltage inputs service three channels; their gain and offset correction can be configured individually. The gain is such that the setup can be adjusted to suit sensor signals in the millivolt range with -3 dB to 59 dB. An integrated regulator automatically triggers the dynamic gain and offset correction. Whether the temperature is measured internally or externally, gain and offset correction can be compensated for the individual temperature behavior of the sensor using an interpolation table ...

 

Horst Huse

iC-Haus/ HT-Analyst

Scherangerweg 2

D-85465 Langenpreising Germany

Tel: 08762 2850, fax 08762 2805

E-mail: horst-huse@ht-analyst.de

iC-TW3 Signal Conditioner

 

 


 

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