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Sensor Technology Handbook by Jon S. Wilson.
This reference brings together the most important information needed by those who design sensor systems and work with sensors of all types, written by experts from industry and academia. While it would be impossible to cover every sensor used today, we have tried to provide as wide a range of sensor types and applications as possible. The latest technologies, from Piero materials to micro and nanosensors to wireless networks, are discussed, along with tried and true methodologies. Additionally, information on the design, interaction, and signal conditioning of each type of sensor is presented. The book is mainly organized by sensor app, where the book is compared to sensor technology indicators. Manufacturers are listed by sensor type. Other contributors and I have tried to present a helpful brochure with clear, simple, and comprehensive technical explanations. We will also try to keep it updated as technology advances.
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Some have described the first decade of the twenty-first century as the "decade of sensing." With the tremendous increase in research and development in the field of sensors and their applications over the past fifteen years, sensors are certainly on the verge of a revolution similar to that of the small computers of the 1980s. Just in cars alone, sensor needs are growing by leaps and bounds, and the sensor technologies used are as diverse as the applications. Huge advances have been made in sensor technology and there is more on the horizon. In this volume, we tried to balance breadth and depth in a single, functional, and modern resource. Understanding sensor design and operation usually requires a multidisciplinary background, as it is drawn from electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, etc.
1: Sensor Fundamentals.
2: Application Considerations.
3: Measurement Issues and Criteria.
4: Sensor Signal Conditioning.
5: Acceleration, Shock and Vibration Sensors.
7: Chemical Sensors.
8: Capacitive and Inductive Displacement Sensors.
9: Electromagnetism in Sensing.
10: Flow and Level Sensors.
11: Force, Load and Weight Sensors.
12: Humidity Sensors.
13: Machinery Vibration Monitoring Sensors.
Title: Sensor Technology Handbook.
Size: 9.24 MB.