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

10-09-2013 | 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 ...

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

28-08-2013 | 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 ...

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

12-07-2013 | 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 ...

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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

12-07-2013 | 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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Thermophysical properties of polyurethane foams and their melts

20-06-2013 | D. S. W. Pau, C. M. Fleischmann, M. J. Spearpoint, K. Y. Li, Fire and Materials, 2013

Abstract The thermal conductivity (λ) and the specific heat (cp) of seven polyurethane foam formulations and their melts are obtained using a transient plane source technique called the Hot Disk experiment. In the experiment, the Hot Disk sensor is sandwiched by the samples and acts as both a ...

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Sensors, Vol. 13, Pages 7916-7925: A Reflective Photonic Crystal Fiber Temperature Sensor Probe Based on Infiltration with Liquid Mixtures

20-06-2013 | Wang, Ran ; Yao, Jianquan ; Miao, Yinping ; Lu, Ying ; Xu, Degang ; Luan, Nannan ; Musideke, Mayilamu ; Duan, Liangc ..., Sensors, 2013

In this paper, a reflective photonic crystal fiber (PCF) sensor probe for temperature measurement has been demonstrated both theoretically and experimentally. The performance of the device depends on the intensity modulation of the optical signal by liquid mixtures infiltrated into the air holes ...

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IJMS, Vol. 14, Pages 12729-12763: Role of CBFs as Integrators of Chloroplast Redox, Phytochrome and Plant Hormone Signaling during Cold Acclimation

18-06-2013 | Kurepin, Leonid V.; Dahal, Keshav P.; Savitch, Leonid V.; Singh, Jas ; Bode, Rainer ; Ivanov, Alexander G.; Hurry, V ..., International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2013

Cold acclimation of winter cereals and other winter hardy species is a prerequisite to increase subsequent freezing tolerance. Low temperatures upregulate the expression of C-repeat/dehydration-responsive element binding transcription factors (CBF/DREB1) which in turn induce the expression of ...

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Porous Titania with Heavily Self-Doped Ti3+ for Specific Sensing of CO at Room Temperature

07-05-2013 | Juan Su; Xiao-Xin Zou; Yong-Cun Zou; Guo-Dong Li; Pei-Pei Wang; Jie-Sheng Chen, Inorganic Chemistry, 2013

Semiconductor-based sensors have played an important role in efficient detection of combustible, flammable, and toxic gases, but they usually need to operate at elevated temperatures (200 °C or higher). Although reducing the operation temperature down to room temperature is of practical ...

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Photoluminescent poly(ether ether ketone)/quantum dot composite films

01-05-2013 | Lijun Zhu; Peifei Huo; Qian Wang; Fuxin Liang; Chengliang Zhang; Jiaoli Li; Xiaozhong Qu; Guibin Wang; Zhenzhong Yang, Chemical Communication, 2013

Low crystallized fluoropoly(ether ether ketone) (FPEEK) demonstrating blue fluorescence was developed as flexible, transparent membranous matrix for the incorporation of quantum dots (QDs) to fabricate composite photoluminescent film which is promising as a self-referenced temperature sensor.

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Sensors, Vol. 13, Pages 5403: Correction: Zarzo, M. et al. Long-Term Monitoring of Fresco Paintings in the Cathedral of Valencia (Spain) through Humidity and Temperature Sensors in Various Locations for Preventive Conservation. Sensors 2011, 11, 8685-8710

22-04-2013 | Zarzo, Manuel ; Fernández-Navajas, Angel ; García-Diego, Fernando-Juan, Sensors, 2013

A typo has been found in our paper [1]. It is stated on page 8698 that the range of acceptable temperature for the conservation of frescoes is 6–25 °C while in the case of RH, this range is 45%–60%, according to the Italian Standard UNI 10829 (1999). These recommended ranges of temperature (6–25 ...

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