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112 Newest Publications about the topic temperature sensors


Sensors, Vol. 15, Pages 17232-17240: On-Chip Sensing of Thermoelectric Thin Film’s Merit

16-Jul-2015 | Xiao, Zhigang ; Zhu, Xiaoshan, Sensors, 2015

Thermoelectric thin films have been widely explored for thermal-to-electrical energy conversion or solid-state cooling, because they can remove heat from integrated circuit (IC) chips or micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) devices without involving any moving mechanical parts. In this paper, ...


Thermal imaging using polymer nanocomposite temperature sensors

30-Jun-2015 | Elizabeth Sauerbrunn, Ying Chen, Jeffrey Didion, Miao Yu, Elisabeth Smela, Hugh A. Bruck, physica status solidi (a), 2015

Sensing temperature distributions over an area is of interest for many applications, and it is currently performed using sensors that are attached to the structure. In this work a conductive “smart paint”, made from latex and exfoliated graphite, is introduced for temperature sensing. This ...


Highly Sensitive Optical Thermometry of Yb3+‐Er3+ Codoped AgLa(MoO4)2 Green Upconversion Phosphor

18-Jun-2015 | Ting Li, Chongfeng Guo, Shaoshuai Zhou, Changkui Duan, Min Yin, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 2015

Er3+–Yb3+ codoped AgLa(MoO4)2 phosphors with intense green emission from 2H11/2/4S3/2 → 4I15/2 transitions and negligible red emission from 4F9/2 → 4I15/2 transition of Er3+ were synthesized by sol–gel process. Its temperature sensing performance was evaluated based on the temperature dependence ...


Optical Temperature Sensing Behavior of High‐Efficiency Upconversion: Er3+–Yb3+ Co‐Doped NaY(MoO4)2 Phosphor

08-May-2015 | Xingxing Yang, Zuoling Fu, Yanmin Yang, Chunpeng Zhang, Zhijian Wu, Tianqi Sheng, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 2015

A class of Yb3+/Er3+ co‐doped NaY(MoO4)2 upconversion (UC) phosphors have been successfully synthesized by a facile hydrothermal route with further calcination. The structural properties and the phase composition of the samples were characterized by X‐ray diffraction (XRD). The UC luminescence ...


Sensors, Vol. 15, Pages 10048-10058: A Resonant Pressure Microsensor Capable of Self-Temperature Compensation

29-Apr-2015 | Li, Yinan ; Wang, Junbo ; Luo, Zhenyu ; Chen, Deyong ; Chen, Jian, Sensors, 2015

Resonant pressure microsensors are widely used in the fields of aerospace exploration and atmospheric pressure monitoring due to their advantages of quasi-digital output and long-term stability, which, however, requires the use of additional temperature sensors for temperature compensation. This ...


Sensors, Vol. 15, Pages 10004-10025: MEMS Flow Sensors Based on Self-Heated aGe-Thermistors in a Wheatstone Bridge

28-Apr-2015 | Talic, Almir ; Cerimovic, Samir ; Beigelbeck, Roman ; Kohl, Franz ; Sauter, Thilo ; Keplinger, Franz, Sensors, 2015

A thermal flow transduction method combining the advantages of calorimetric and hot-film transduction principles is developed and analyzed by Finite Element Method (FEM) simulations and confirmed experimentally. The analyses include electrothermal feedback effects of current driven NTC ...


Sensors, Vol. 15, Pages 9481-9518: Design and Field Test of a WSN Platform Prototype for Long-Term Environmental Monitoring

22-Apr-2015 | Lazarescu, Mihai T., Sensors, 2015

Long-term wildfire monitoring using distributed in situ temperature sensors is an accurate, yet demanding environmental monitoring application, which requires long-life, low-maintenance, low-cost sensors and a simple, fast, error-proof deployment procedure. We present in this paper the most ...


Hybridized Electromagnetic–Triboelectric Nanogenerator for Scavenging Air-Flow Energy to Sustainably Power Temperature Sensors

08-Apr-2015 | Xue Wang; Shuhua Wang; Ya Yang; Zhong Lin Wang, ACS Nano, 2015

We report a hybridized nanogenerator with dimensions of 6.7 cm × 4.5 cm × 2 cm and a weight of 42.3 g that consists of two triboelectric nanogenerators (TENGs) and two electromagnetic generators (EMGs) for scavenging air-flow energy. Under an air-flow speed of about 18 m/s, the hybridized ...


Hybrid Films of Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes for High Performance Chemical and Temperature Sensing Applications

25-Mar-2015 | Tran Thanh Tung, Cuong Pham‐Huu, Izabela Janowska, TaeYoung Kim, Mickael Castro, Jean‐Francois Feller, Small, 2015

A hybrid composite material of graphene and carbon nanotube (CNT) for high performance chemical and temperature sensors is reported. Integration of 1D and 2D carbon materials into hybrid carbon composites is achieved by coupling graphene and CNT through poly(ionic liquid) (PIL) ...


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 ...


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