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Handbook of modern sensors : physics, designs, and applications.

Author: Jacob Fraden
Publisher: Cham ; New York : Springer, [2016] ©2016
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Fifth editionView all editions and formats
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"This book presents a comprehensive and up-to-date account of the theory (physical principles), design, and practical implementations of various sensors for scientific, industrial, and consumer applications. This latest edition focuses on the sensing technologies driven by the expanding use of sensors in mobile devices. These new miniature sensors will be described, with an emphasis on smart sensors which have  Read more...
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Fraden, Jacob
Handbook of Modern Sensors : Physics, Designs, and Applications
Cham : Springer International Publishing,c2015
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jacob Fraden
ISBN: 9783319193038 3319193031
OCLC Number: 925478423
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Contents: 1: Data Acquisition; Sensors, Signals, and Systems; Sensor Classification; Units of Measurements --
2: Transfer Functions; Mathematical Models; Concept; Functional Approximations; 2.1.3 Linear Regression; Polynomial Approximations; Sensitivity; Linear Piecewise Approximation; Spline Interpolation; Multidimensional Transfer Functions; Calibration; Computation of Parameters; Computation of a Stimulus; Use of Analytical Equation; Use of Linear Piecewise Approximation Iterative Computation of Stimulus (Newton Method)References --
3: Sensor Characteristics; Sensors for Mobile Communication Devices; Requirements to MCD Sensors; Integration; Span (Full-Scale Input); Full-Scale Output; Accuracy; Calibration Error; Hysteresis; Nonlinearity; Saturation; Repeatability; Dead Band; Resolution; Special Properties; Output Impedance; Output Format; Excitation; Dynamic Characteristics; Dynamic Models of Sensor Elements; Mechanical Elements; Thermal Elements; Electrical Elements; Analogies; Environmental Factors; Reliability; MTTF; Extreme Testing; Accelerated Life Testing; Environmental Acceleration; HALT Testing; FOAT Testing; Application Characteristics; Uncertainty --
4: Physical Principles of Sensing; Electric Charges, Fields, and Potentials; Capacitance; Capacitor; Dielectric Constant; Magnetism; Faraday Law; Permanent Magnets; Coil and Solenoid; Induction; Lenz Law; Eddy Currents; Resistance Specific Resistivity; Temperature Sensitivity of a Resistor; Strain Sensitivity of a Resistor; Moisture Sensitivity of a Resistor; Piezoelectric Effect; Ceramic Piezoelectric Materials; Polymer Piezoelectric Films; Pyroelectric Effect; Hall Effect; Thermoelectric Effects; Seebeck Effect; Peltier Effect; Sound Waves; Temperature and Thermal Properties of Materials; Temperature Scales; Thermal Expansion; Heat Capacity; Heat Transfer; Thermal Conduction; Thermal Convection Thermal Radiation Emissivity; Cavity Effect; --
5: Optical Components of Sensors; Light; Energy of Light Quanta; Light Polarization; Light Scattering; Geometrical Optics; Radiometry; Photometry; Windows; Mirrors; Coated Mirrors; Prismatic Mirrors; Lenses; Curved Surface Lenses; Fresnel Lenses; Flat Nanolenses; Fiber Optics and Waveguides; Optical Efficiency; Lensing Effect; Concentrators; Coatings for Thermal Absorption; Antireflective Coating (ARC)
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