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  • Sensors

    A MINOR PROJECT ON “DESIGN OF CHEMICAL SENSOR BASED ON POLYMERS” Submitted By: Guided By: BADAL LODHARI & YASH PATEL Prof.NEHA PATNI. (10BCH011) (10BCH067) CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY NIRMA UNIVERSITY CERTIFICATE This is to certify that Mr. BADAL VINODKUMAR LODHARI & YASH SUMUL PATEL‚ students of Chemical Engineering‚ 7th semester‚ of Nirma

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  • sensors

    IEEE Report on Advanced Sensors EC Department‚ GTU Gaurav Maniar‚ Karan Raithatha gaurav019@facebook.com karan.raithatha@gmail.com DIET‚ INDIA Abstract – This report explains different commonly used six advanced autonomous sensors. It also describes their working‚ application and uses. I. INTRODUCTION Simple stand alone electronic circuits can be made to repeatedly flash a light or play a musical note‚ but in order for an electronic circuit or system to perform any useful task or function

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  • Sensor for robots

    Sensors for Robots An overview Václav Hlaváč Czech Technical University in Prague Faculty of Electrical Engineering Department of Cybernetics Czech Republic http://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/~hlavac Courtesy to several authors of presentations on the web. Lecture outline 2 Note: students graduated from the bachelor KyR studied sensors in the course Sensors and Measurement. This subject was not specialized to robotics.     Motivation‚ why robots need sensors? Robotic sensor

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  • sensors in electronics

    Assignment no. 2 Ujjwal Dahiya Electronic sensors Sensors are sophisticated devices that are frequently used to detect and respond to electrical or optical signals. A Sensor converts the physical parameter (for example:  temperature‚ blood pressure‚ humidity‚ speed‚ etc.) into a signal which can be measured electrically. Classification based on property is as given below: Temperature - Thermistors‚ thermocouples‚ RTD’s‚ IC

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  • Sensors

    Sensors Content: 1. Introduction……………………………………..3 2. Sensor types………………………………….....4 3. Temperature sensors…………………………....6 4. Thermistors…………………………………..…6 5. Thermocouple…………………………………..7 6. Pressure sensors………………………………...8 7. Level sensors………………………………..…..9 8. Electromagnetic sensor……………………..…..9 9. Differential pressure sensors…………………..10 10. Classification of measurement errors………….11 11. List of used literature…………………………..12 2 Introduction A sensor (also called detector) is a converter

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  • Temperature Sensors

    Investigation Into Temperature Sensors Introduction In this project I will be investigating how it is possible to use a temperature sensor to keep a greenhouse from changing temperature too much. This is intended to help plants live and grow in their optimum temperature. This will create a perfect temperature for the enzymes in the plants to work in‚ and therefore resulting in a maximum growth/production rate. This could be useful for gardeners who wish to grow plants as quickly as possible

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  • SENSORS RESEARCH

    RESEARCH: SENSORS ULTRASONIC RANGE FINDER An ultrasonic range finder sensor enables a robot to detect obstacles in its path by utilizing the propagation of high-frequency sound waves. The sensor emits a 40 kHz sound wave‚ which bounces off a reflective surface and returns to the sensor. Then‚ using the amount of time it takes for the wave to return to the sensor‚ the distance to the object can be computed. Unlike the bumper switch and limit switch that alert you when they have been hit‚ the ultrasonic

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  • Magnetic Sensors

    Vibration Sensors Introduction / Selection Characteristic Flat Frequency Response 20–1‚500 Hz 2–5‚000 Hz Phase Fidelity 2–5‚000Hz Reduced Noise at Higher Frequencies Linearity Mounting in Any Orientation Temperature Limitation EMI* Resistance Mechanical Durability Coil and Magnet Velocity Sensor Piezoelectric Velocity Sensor Yes No Yes Yes Acceptable Excellent No Good Sensor Dependent > +707°F (+375°C) Acceptable Good Yes Good Yes +248°F (+120°C)

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  • History of Sensor

    sensor history Index 02 Introduction 03 The Fairchild Semiconductor Days 05 The National Semiconductor Days 08 The Sensym Days 12 Art Zias 14 Next Sensors 16 All Sensors 16 Hans Keller 17 Other Silicon Valley Sensor Companies 21 Other US Silicon MEMS Companies 27 Silicon Senors in Europe and the Rest of the World 30 Significant Applications 32 The Millionaires Club 33 Some People to Remember 34 Some Comments from Art Zias 36 The Author 01 all sensors Introduction There are certain stories

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  • Smart Sensors

    Elctronics & Instrumentation ) N.E.C‚Nellore ABSTRACT : Smart sensors represent the next evolutionary tools for studying the environment..The smart environment relies first and foremost on sensory data from the real world. Sensory data comes from smart sensors of different modalities in distributed locations. Smart sensor systems are capable of prediction‚ interpretation‚communication and intelligent interaction with the environment & hence

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