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Handbook of Laboratory Measurements

 

 

Vol. 150, No. 3, March 2013

 

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RESEARCH ARTICLES

 

1) Review of RDC Soft Computing Techniques for Accurate Measurement of Resolver Rotor Angle

    Chandra Mohan Reddy Sivappagari, Nagabhushan Raju Konduru, pp.1-11

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2) Flexible Tactile Sensor Based on Conductive Rubber and Sensing Mechanism

    Shanhong Li, Yubing Wang, Huibin Cao, Junxiang Ding, Feng Shuang, Yunjian Ge, pp.12-17

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3) The Study of Decoupling Methods for a Novel Tactile Sensor Based on BP Neural Network

    Feilu Wang, Xuekun Zhuang, Xin Sun, Quangjun Song, Hongqing Pan, Yong Yu, Feng Shuang, pp.18-26

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4) Improving the Accuracy of the Single Chip Impedance Analyzer for Sensor Applications

    Bohdan Stadnyk and Yuriy Khoma, pp.27-31

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5) Design and Development of a Pressure Transmitter Using Modified Inductance Measuring Network and Bellow Sensor

    Venkata Lakshmi Narayana K. and Bhujanga Rao A., pp.32-39

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6) Study on Single Plane Ultrasonic and Electrical Capacitance Sensor for Process Tomography System

    Muhammad Jaysuman Pusppanathan, Nor Muzakkir Nor Ayob, Fazlul Rahman Yunus, Shafishuhaza Sahlan, Khairul Hamimah Abas, Herlina Abdul Rahim, Ruzairi 

    Abdul Rahim, Fatin Aliah Phang, pp.40-45

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7) A Mixture Approach of Data Fusion and Reliability in Wireless Sensor Network

    Dequan Yang, pp.46-50

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8) Temperature Distribution Measurement Based on ML-EM Method Using Enclosed Acoustic CT System

    Shinji Ohyama, Masato Mukouyama, pp.51-58

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9) Development of Noise Measurements. Part 1. Fluctuations and Thermodynamics, Proper Noise and Thermometry

    Svyatoslav Yatsyshyn, Bohdan Stadnyk, Zenoviy Kolodiy, pp.59-65

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10) Effect of Design Geometry on the Performance Characteristics of Linear Variable Differential Transformers

      Mohammad Kilani, Sinan Taifour and Lutfi AL-Sharif, pp.66-71

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11) A Balancing Algorithm in Wireless Sensor Network Based on the Assistance of Approaching Nodes

     Chengpei Tang, Jiao Yin, Yu Dong, pp.72-78

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12) Experimental Videogrammetry and Accelerometry for the 2D Analysis of Human Motion

     Daniel Côrrea and Alexandre Balbinot, pp.79-89

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13) Design of A Novel Gait Simulator for Rehabilitation Training

     Yongjiu Liu,  Quanjun Song, Buyun Wang, Yanyang Liu, Yuman Nie, Hui Wang and Feng Shuang, pp.90-96

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14) Simulation Study of Bubble Detection Using Dual-Mode Electrical Resistance and Ultrasonic Transmission Tomography for Two-Phase Liquid and Gas

     Fazlul Rahman Mohd Yunus, Noor Azida Noor Azlan, Nor Muzakkir Nor Ayob, Muhammad Jaysuman Pusppanathan, Mohd Fahajumi Jumaah, C. L Goh, Ruzairi Abdul

     Rahim, Anita Ahmad, Yusri Md Yunus, Herlina Abdul Rahim, pp.97-105

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15) Monitoring and Control of Agriculture Parameters in a Greenhouse through Internet

     Abhfeeth K. A., D. Ezhilarasi, pp.106-111

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16) Magnetic Induction Tomography Modeling In Biological Tissue Imaging Using Two-Port Network Technique

     Muhammad Saiful Badri Mansor, Mohd. Fahjumi Jumaah, Zulkarnay Zakaria, Ruzairi Abdul Rahim, Nor Muzakkir Nor Ayob, Khairul Hamimah Abbas,Siti Zarina Mohd

     Muji, Sazali Yaacob, Herlina Abdul Rahim, Leow Pei Ling, pp.112-119

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17) An Optical Fiber Read Out Method for a Reflective Microcantilever Biosensor

     Feng Wen, Yuejin Zhao, Xiaomei Yu, Cheng Gong, pp.120-124

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18) An Immunity-based Ant Colony Optimization Topology Control Algorithm for 3D Wireless Sensor Networks

     Dequan Yang, pp.125-129

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PRODUCT AND BUSINESS NEWS

 

Safe Measurement of Humidity and Temperature in Hazardous Locations

 

5 March 2013 - Engerwitzdorf - The new EE300Ex humidity and temperature transmitter from E+E Elektronik is designed for challenging industrial applications. The device complies with the ATEX Directives for intrinsically safe equipment, and can be employed in both hazardous and explosive gas and dust areas in zones 0 / 20. Thanks to its easy-to-clean, elegant stainless steel housing, the humidity transmitter is ideal for use in the pharmaceutical and chemicals industry. The EE300Ex can be mounted directly in the explosion hazard area of zones 0 / 20. The well proven E+E humidity sensor element guarantees long-term stability as well as precise and reliable measurements in the range of 0…100 % rel. hum. and -40…180°C and from 0.01…300 bar under pressure ...

 

Mr. Johannes Fraundorfer

E+E Elektronik GmbH

Langwiesen 7

A-4209 Engerwitzdorf

Austria

Tel: +43 (0) 7235 605-0, fax: +43 (0) 7235 605-8

E-mail: johannes.fraundorfer@epluse.at

Web: http://www.epluse.com

EE300Ex humidity and temperature transmitter

 

 

Precision Interpolation Circuit for 16 bits with Automatic Correction

 

High-resolution signal processor iC-TW8 is used to evaluate sine/cosine sensors, minimizing angular errors and jitters with automatic functions. It is also utilized for initial, push-button calibration and to permanently adapt signal path parameters during operation. The angular position is calculated at a programmable resolution of up to 65,536 increments per input cycle and output as an indexed incremental signal. A 32-bit word including the counted cycles is available through the SPI  ...

 

Joachim Quasdorf

iC-Haus GmbH,

Am Kuemmerling 18, 55294 Bodenheim, Germany

Tel.: +49 (6135) 9292-306

Fax: +49 (6135) 9292-192

E-mail: joachim.quasdorf@ichaus.com

Web: http://www.ichaus.com

iC-TW8 Precision interpolation circuit

 

 

Pressure Transducers for Railway Applications

 

March 2013 - Pressure sensors specified for railway applications require a particularly focused approach in both development and manufacture. Applications range from monitoring brake servo control circuits through to air conditioning controls inside carriages. Common requirements across all applications are durability and robustness in design, higher and tighter specification requirements as well as the need for elevated levels of reliability. These transducers include advanced specifications such as EN 61373 and DIN EN60068-2-27 for shock and vibration, and EMC sensitivity protection to EN50155 and EN50121. Furthermore, fire grade protection to class UL94 and ingress protection ratings to IP69K are commonly required, along with dielectric strength to over 700 VDC for one minute. Using advanced FIT rate analysis, an MTBF life of over 480 years was determined for one particular application. The SML 16.0 series from Variohm EuroSystem's German manufacturing partner ADZ – Nagano has been designed for such requirements and application conditions. This pressure transmitter is suitable for working in ambient temperatures ranging between 50…105 °C, with a precision of <1% F.S. in the range between 40…85°C (in accordance with DIN 16086) ...

 

Graham Pattison:

Variohm EuroSensor Limited

Williams' Barn, Tiffield Road

Towcester, Northants

NN12 6HP, UK

Tel.: +44 (0) 1327 351004

E-mail: graham@variohm.com

Web: http://www.variohm.com

Pressure transducers for raival applications

 

 

Microprocessor-based Output Dual Axis Inclinometers with RS232 and RS485 Communications

 

The Fredericks Company, a leading ISO9001:2008 manufacturer of electrolytic tilt sensor and inclinometer products, has announced an expansion of their microprocessor-based analog output Dual Axis Inclinometer line. In addition to their Dual Axis Inclinometer (Part #0729-1755-99) with 0-5 V outputs for each (x & y axis) and for temperature, the company now offers a Dual Axis Inclinometer (Part #0729-1759-99) with RS 232 Communications and a Dual Axis Inclinometer (Part # 0729-1760-99) with RS 485 Communications ...

 

John Weigner

The Fredericks Company

2400 Philmont Avenue,

Huntingdon Valley,

PA 19006-0067, USA

Tel.: 215/938-4433

Fax: 215/947-7464

E-mail: sales@frederickscom.com

Web: http://www.Frederickscom.com

Dual Axis Inclinometer

 

 

Explosion-Proof, Multi-Powered, Pulse Input Flow Rate Meter/ Totalizer

 

Holliston, MA - Precision Digital, global leader in digital panel meters and control instrumentation, has announced the PD6830 ProtEx®-RTP Pulse Input Rate / Totalizer. With a rugged, explosion-proof, NEMA 4X enclosure, the PD6830 is designed for quick and easy display of local or remote flow information in hazardous areas or the harshest safe area applications. The unique SafeTouch® through-glass buttons allow operation without removing the cover. Flowmeter k-factor units are automatically converted to the desired display units; this means no conversion factors are needed. The pulse input accepts a wide range of flow transmitter signals, including mV input from a magnetic flowmeter, as well as high frequency signals. The PD6830 includes backlighting and two open collector outputs as standard. The meter has FM, ATEX, CSA, IECEx, and CE approvals and is housed in a rugged, cast aluminum NEMA 4X enclosure ...

 

Jeffrey Peters, President

Precision Digital Corporation

89 October Hill Road, Suite 5

Holliston, MA 01746-1378, USA

Tel.: 508-655-7300

E-mail: jpeters@predig.com

Web: http://www.predig.com

Flow Rate Meter/ Totalizer

 

 

Non-contact Linear Displacement Measuring Instrument

 

Kaman’s KD-2306, a non-contact linear displacement measuring instrument, features resolution down to 10 nm and speeds to 50 kHz. Features include multiple high-gain output with easy calibration and synchronization. Based on proven inductive eddy current technology, Kaman’s KD-2306 makes high-precision static and dynamic measurements, and supports ambient, moderate temperature, and cryogenic-rated sensors. Applications range from lab work to production and process automation. The DIN rail mount packaging makes the system ideal for integration into OEM equipment and industrial control applications ...

 

Dan Spohn
Kaman Precision Products | Measuring
Tel.: 719/635-6957
Fax: 719/634-8093
E-mail: Dan.Spohn@kaman.com

Web: http://www.kamansensors.com

KD-2306, a non-contact linear displacement measuring instrument

 

BUSINESS NEWS

 

German Sensor and Measuring Industry: Stable and Optimistic Market Review

 

Berlin, 1 March 2013 - The AMA Association for Sensor and Measuring Technology (AMA) polled its members on the economic development in 2012. The German sensor and measuring industry can look back to an overall stable year compared to the previous years of economic turbulence. The annual revenues show a slight increase in turnover of one percent compared to the results of the year before. The overall outlook for the sensor and measuring industry seems to further brighten. Asked about expectations for the year 2013, the AMA members anticipate a growth in revenue of four percent plus. This confidence is reflected by the industry’s job market. In 2012 the member enterprises employed almost three percent more personnel and for the current year a further demand is expected. Short-time work in the sensor and measuring industry was not called for last year ...

 

 

Pascale Taube,

AMA Fachverband für Sensorik e.V.

Press and PR Officer

Sophie-Charlotten-Str. 15,

14059 Berlin,Germany

Tel.: +49 30 22190362-20, fax: +49 30 22190362-40

E-mail: taube@ama-sensorik.de

Web: http://www.ama-sensorik.de

 

 

ISSYS Inc. Awarded a Patent for Wireless, Implantable Hemodynamic Pressure Monitor (IHM) for Chronic Monitoring of Cardiovascular Diseases

 

Ypsilanti, Michigan, March 19, 2013 - Integrated Sensing Systems, Inc. (ISSYS) announced that the U.S Patent Office has granted a patent entitled "Method for Monitoring a Physiologic Parameter of Patients with Congestive Heart Failure" (US Patent No. 8,014,865). This patent covers miniature, wireless, batteryless, implantable hemodynamic sensors that are anchored within the heart for non-invasive monitoring of cardio physiological hemodynamic parameters, such as pressure, in order to provide advanced chronic patient management.

 

ISSYS' wireless, batteryless, sensor and anchor are delivered either via a catheter in an outpatient procedure or as an adjunct device during an already-establish procedure such as coronary artery bypass graft (CABG). The biocompatible anchor allows the miniature telemetric sensor to be stabilized within the heart and monitor left side of the heart (either left atrium or left ventricle). This is a very difficult task due to the stringent biocompatibility requirements of the left heart ...

 

Nader Najafi, Ph.D.

Integrated Sensing Systems Inc. (ISSYS)

391 Airport Industrial Dr., Ypsilanti, MI 48198

Tel.: (734) 547-9896 Ext.103

Fax: (734) 547-9964

E-mail: nader@mems-issys.com

 

 


 

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Intelligent Data Acquisition and Information Process Technologies and Their Applications. Part I

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Sensors and Intelligent Systems

Vol.17, December 2012

Sensor Devices and Wireless Sensor Networks

Vol.18, January 2013

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Vol.19, February 2013

       
 

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