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Structural and morphological characterizations of MWCNTs hybrid coating onto cotton fabric as potential humidity and temperature wearable sensor

18-Jun-2017 | Author(s): Giuseppe Rosace, Valentina Trovato, Claudio Colleoni, Michele Caldara, Valerio Re, Marco Bruc ..., Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2017

Publication date: November 2017 Source:Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Volume 252 Author(s): Giuseppe Rosace, Valentina Trovato, Claudio Colleoni, Michele Caldara, Valerio Re, Marco Brucale, Elpida Piperopoulos, Emanuela Mastronardo, Candida Milone, Giovanna De Luca, ...

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Monitoring and Control of an Adsorption System Using Electrical Properties of the Adsorbent for Organic Compound Abatement

14-Jun-2017 | Ming-Ming Hu; Hamidreza Emamipour; David L. Johnsen; Mark J. Rood; Linhua Song; Zailong Zhang, Environmental Science & Technology, 2017

Adsorption systems typically need gas and temperature sensors to monitor their adsorption/regeneration cycles to separate gases from gas streams. Activated carbon fiber cloth (ACFC)–electrothermal swing adsorption (ESA) is an adsorption system that has the potential to be controlled with the ...

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Sensors, Vol. 17, Pages 1356: Review on the Traction System Sensor Technology of a Rail Transit Train

11-Jun-2017 | Feng, Jianghua ; Xu, Junfeng ; Liao, Wu ; Liu, Yong, Sensors, 2017

The development of high-speed intelligent rail transit has increased the number of sensors applied on trains. These play an important role in train state control and monitoring. These sensors generally work in a severe environment, so the key problem for sensor data acquisition is to ensure data ...

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Sensors, Vol. 17, Pages 1290: Machine Learning-Based Calibration of Low-Cost Air Temperature Sensors Using Environmental Data

05-Jun-2017 | Yamamoto, Kyosuke ; Togami, Takashi ; Yamaguchi, Norio ; Ninomiya, Seishi, Sensors, 2017

The measurement of air temperature is strongly influenced by environmental factors such as solar radiation, humidity, wind speed and rainfall. This is problematic in low-cost air temperature sensors, which lack a radiation shield or a forced aspiration system, exposing them to direct sunlight and ...

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Lanthanides as NMR/MRI temperature sensors and probes of moderately fast molecular dynamics in aqueous medium: A dependence of activation energy of racemization in complexes of diethylenetriaminepentaacetat on lanthanide ion

21-May-2017 | Author(s): Sergey P. Babailov, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2017

Publication date: November 2017 Source:Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Volume 251 Author(s): Sergey P. Babailov In solution, [Ln(H2O)n(dtpa)]2− chelates undergo a dynamic exchange between two enantiomers. The free energy of activation of intramolecular dynamics (for complexes of Pr to ...

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Evaluation of thermal performance of single pass earth–air heat exchanger in heating mode

17-Mar-2017 | Namgial Deldan, Aggarwal Rajan, Vishavjeet S. Hans, Arun Kaushal, Environmental Progress, 2017

The earth–air heat exchanger (EAHE) system in single pass mode pass was installed at the research field of Soil and Water Engineering Department, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, India (75°88′E & 30°95′N). The soil temperature upto depth of 3.5 m was monitored prior to study. It ...

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Sensors, Vol. 17, Pages 473: Sensing Properties of a Novel Temperature Sensor Based on Field Assisted Thermal Emission

27-Feb-2017 | Pan, Zhigang ; Zhang, Yong ; Cheng, Zhenzhen ; Tong, Jiaming ; Chen, Qiyu ; Zhang, Jianpeng ; Zhang, Jiaxiang ; Li, ..., Sensors, 2017

The existing temperature sensors using carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are limited by low sensitivity, complicated processes, or dependence on microscopy to observe the experimental results. Here we report the fabrication and successful testing of an ionization temperature sensor featuring ...

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Sensors, Vol. 17, Pages 331: Geometric Shape Induced Small Change of Seebeck Coefficient in Bulky Metallic Wires

10-Feb-2017 | Li, Gang ; Su, Xiaohui ; Yang, Fan ; Huo, Xiaoye ; Zhang, Gengmin ; Xu, Shengyong, Sensors, 2017

In this paper, we report the results of slight changes in the thermopower of long W, Mo, Zn, Cu, brass, and Ti wires, that resulted from changes in the wire’s diameter or cross-sectional area. The samples used in the tests had a round shape with a diameter that ranged from tens of micron to 2 mm, ...

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Carbon Dot Nanothermometry: Intracellular Photoluminescence Lifetime Thermal Sensing

31-Jan-2017 | Sergii Kalytchuk; Kateřina Poláková; Yu Wang; Jens P. Froning; Klara Cepe; Andrey L. Rogach; Radek Zbořil, ACS Nano, 2017

Nanoscale biocompatible photoluminescence (PL) thermometers that can be used to accurately and reliably monitor intracellular temperatures have many potential applications in biology and medicine. Ideally, such nanothermometers should be functional at physiological pH across a wide range of ionic ...

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Sensors, Vol. 17, Pages 266: Liquid Temperature Measurements Using Two Different Tunable Hollow Prisms

29-Jan-2017 | Calixto, Sergio ; Rosete-Aguilar, Martha ; Torres-Gomez, Ismael, Sensors, 2017

This paper describes the design, fabrication, and testing of two hollow prisms. One is a prism with a grating glued to its hypotenuse. This ensemble, prism + grating, is called a grism. It can be applied as an on-axis tunable spectrometer. The other hollow prism is a constant deviation one called ...

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