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103 Newest Publications about the topic temperature sensors


Sensors, Vol. 15, Pages 5594-5608: Temperature-Phase Converter Based on a LC Cell as a Variable Capacitance

06-Mar-2015 | Torres, Juan Carlos; García-Cámara, Braulio ; Pérez, Isabel ; Urruchi, Virginia ; Sánchez-Pena, José Manuel, Sensors, 2015

The main characteristic of liquid crystals is that their properties, both electrical and optical, can be modified through a convenient applied signal, for instance a certain voltage. This tunable behavior of liquid crystals is directly related to the orientation of their nanometric components ...


Sensors, Vol. 14, Pages 23563-23580: Precise Temperature Measurement for Increasing the Survival of Newborn Babies in Incubator Environments

08-Dec-2014 | Frischer, Robert ; Penhaker, Marek ; Krejcar, Ondrej ; Kacerovsky, Marian ; Selamat, Ali, Sensors, 2014

Precise temperature measurement is essential in a wide range of applications in the medical environment, however the regarding the problem of temperature measurement inside a simple incubator, neither a simple nor a low cost solution have been proposed yet. Given that standard temperature sensors ...


Fully Printed Flexible Fingerprint-like Three-Axis Tactile and Slip Force and Temperature Sensors for Artificial Skin

05-Dec-2014 | Shingo Harada; Kenichiro Kanao; Yuki Yamamoto; Takayuki Arie; Seiji Akita; Kuniharu Takei, ACS Nano, 2014

A three-axis tactile force sensor that determines the touch and slip/friction force may advance artificial skin and robotic applications by fully imitating human skin. The ability to detect slip/friction and tactile forces simultaneously allows unknown objects to be held in robotic applications. ...


Solution Polymeric Optical Temperature Sensors with Long‐Term Memory Function Powered by Supramolecular Chemistry

20-Nov-2014 | Victor R. de la Rosa, Richard Hoogenboom, Chemistry - A European Journal, 2014

Abstract A poly[(2‐ethyl‐2‐oxazoline)‐ran‐(2‐nonyl‐2‐oxazoline)] copolymer in combination with hydroxypropylated cyclodextrins has been demonstrated to lead to a supramolecular self‐assembly process that results in the formation of kinetically trapped thermoresponsive nanoparticles. Selection ...


Exploring the Reaction Coordinates for f–f Emission and Quenching of Lanthanide Complexes – Thermosensitivity of Terbium(III) Luminescence

03-Oct-2014 | Miho Hatanaka; Keiji Morokuma, Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 2014

Lanthanide complexes with temperature dependent f–f emission intensities are commonly used as temperature sensors. The thermosensitivity can be controlled by the ligands, but their effects are difficult to predict. To clarify the origin of the differences in thermosensitivity, we propose a new ...


Enhancing Output Power of Cylindrical Triboelectric Nanogenerators by Segmentation Design and Multilayer Integration

26-Aug-2014 | Wei Tang, Chi Zhang, Chang Bao Han, Zhong Lin Wang, Advanced Functional Materials, 2014

The triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG) is a newly invented technology that is effective for harvesting ambient mechanical energy for portable electronics, self‐powered sensor networks, etc. Here, by introducing segmentation and multilayer integration into the cylindrical TENG, the generator's ...


Poly-Use Multi-Level Sampling System for Soil-Gas Transport Analysis in the Vadose Zone

10-Sep-2013 | Philipp A. Nauer; Eleonora Chiri; Martin H. Schroth, Environmental Science & Technology, 2013

Soil-gas turnover is important in the global cycling of greenhouse gases. The analysis of soil-gas profiles provides quantitative information on below-ground turnover and fluxes. We developed a poly-use multi-level sampling system (PMLS) for soil-gas sampling, water-content and temperature ...


Sensors, Vol. 13, Pages 11439-11452: A Linearization Time-Domain CMOS Smart Temperature Sensor Using a Curvature Compensation Oscillator

28-Aug-2013 | Chen, Chun-Chi ; Chen, Hao-Wen, Sensors, 2013

This paper presents an area-efficient time-domain CMOS smart temperature sensor using a curvature compensation oscillator for linearity enhancement with a −40 to 120 °C temperature range operability. The inverter-based smart temperature sensors can substantially reduce the cost and circuit ...


Sensors, Vol. 13, Pages 8977-8996: A Radiosonde Using a Humidity Sensor Array with a Platinum Resistance Heater and Multi-Sensor Data Fusion

12-Jul-2013 | Shi, Yunbo ; Luo, Yi ; Zhao, Wenjie ; Shang, Chunxue ; Wang, Yadong ; Chen, Yinsheng, Sensors, 2013

This paper describes the design and implementation of a radiosonde which can measure the meteorological temperature, humidity, pressure, and other atmospheric data. The system is composed of a CPU, microwave module, temperature sensor, pressure sensor and humidity sensor array. In order to ...


Sensors, Vol. 13, Pages 8997-9015: Sensorized Garments and Textrode-Enabled Measurement Instrumentation for Ambulatory Assessment of the Autonomic Nervous System Response in the ATREC Project

12-Jul-2013 | Seoane, Fernando ; Ferreira, Javier ; Alvarez, Lorena ; Buendia, Ruben ; Ayllón, David ; Llerena, Cosme ; Gil-Pita, ..., Sensors, 2013

Advances in textile materials, technology and miniaturization of electronics for measurement instrumentation has boosted the development of wearable measurement systems. In several projects sensorized garments and non-invasive instrumentation have been integrated to assess on emotional, cognitive ...


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