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Sensor Technology Handbook

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Preface ix
Sensor Fundamentals
1(20)
Basic Sensor Technology
1(14)
Sensor Systems
15(6)
Application Considerations
21(8)
Sensor Characteristics
22(1)
System Characteristics
22(1)
Instrument Selection
23(3)
Data Acquisition and Readout
26(1)
Installation
26(3)
Measurement Issues and Criteria
29(2)
Sensor Signal Conditioning
31(106)
Conditioning Bridge Circuits
31(14)
Amplifiers for Signal Conditioning
45(47)
Analog to Digital Converters for Signal Conditioning
92(16)
Signal Conditioning High Impedance Sensors
108(29)
Acceleration, Shock and Vibration Sensors
137(24)
Introduction
137(1)
Technology Fundamentals
137(13)
Selecting and Specifying Accelerometers
150(3)
Applicable Standards
153(2)
Interfacing and Designs
155(6)
Biosensors
161(20)
Overview: What Is a Biosensor?
161(3)
Applications of Biosensors
164(4)
Origin of Biosensors
168(1)
Bioreceptor Molecules
169(2)
Transduction Mechanisms in Biosensors
171(2)
Application Range of Biosensors
173(4)
Future Prospects
177(4)
Chemical Sensors
181(12)
Technology Fundamentals
181(7)
Applications
188(5)
Capacitive and Inductive Displacement Sensors
193(30)
Introduction
193(1)
Capacitive Sensors
194(2)
Inductive Sensors
196(2)
Capacitive and Inductive Sensor Types
198(2)
Selecting and Specifying Capacitive and Inductive Sensors
200(3)
Comparing Capacitive and Inductive Sensors
203(1)
Applications
204(17)
Latest Developments
221(1)
Conclusion
222(1)
Electromagnetism in Sensing
223(14)
Introduction
223(1)
Electromagnetism and Inductance
223(3)
Sensor Applications
226(6)
Magnetic Field Sensors
232(3)
Summary
235(2)
Flow and Level Sensors
237(18)
Methods for Measuring Flow
237(9)
Selecting Flow Sensors
246(1)
Installation and Maintenance
247(2)
Recent Advances in Flow Sensors
249(1)
Level Sensors
250(4)
Applicable Standards
254(1)
Force, Load and Weight Sensors
255(16)
Introduction
255(1)
Quartz Sensors
255(7)
Strain Gage Sensors
262(9)
Humidity Sensors
271(14)
Humidity
271(1)
Sensor Types and Technologies
271(4)
Selecting and Specifying Humidity Sensors
275(4)
Applicable Standards
279(1)
Interfacing and Design Information
280(5)
Machinery Vibration Monitoring Sensors
285(22)
Introduction
285(3)
Technology Fundamentals
288(3)
Accelerometer Types
291(3)
Selecting Industrial Accelerometers
294(9)
Applicable Standards
303(1)
Latest and Future Developments
304(1)
Sensor Manufacturers
304(1)
References and Resources
305(2)
Optical and Radiation Sensors
307(14)
Photosensors
307(10)
Thermal Infrared Detectors
317(4)
Position and Motion Sensors
321(90)
Contact and Non-contact Position Sensors
321(49)
String Potentiometer and String Encoder Engineering Guide
370(9)
Linear and Rotary Position and Motion Sensors
379(22)
Selecting Position and Displacement Transducers
401(10)
Pressure Sensors
411(46)
Piezoresistive Pressure Sensing
411(22)
Piezoelectric Pressure Sensors
433(24)
Sensors for Mechanical Shock
457(24)
Technology Fundamentals
457(2)
Sensor Types, Advantages and Disadvantages
459(2)
Selecting and Specifying
461(12)
Applicable Standards
473(1)
Interfacing Information
474(4)
Design Techniques and Tips, with Examples
478(2)
Latest and Future Developments
480(1)
Test and Measurement Microphones
481(20)
Measurement Microphone Characteristics
481(2)
Traditional Condenser Microphone Design
483(1)
Prepolarized (or Electret) Microphone Design
484(1)
Frequency Response
484(6)
Limitations on Measurement Range
490(1)
Effect of Environmental Conditions
491(1)
Microphone Standards
492(2)
Specialized Microphone Types
494(3)
Calibration
497(2)
Major Manufacturers of Test and Measurement Microphones
499(2)
Strain Gages
501(30)
Introduction to Strain Gages
501(10)
Strain-Gage Based Measurements
511(11)
Strain Gage Sensor Installations
522(9)
Temperature Sensors
531(32)
Sensor Types and Technologies
531(4)
Selecting and Specifying Temperature Sensors
535(28)
Nanotechnology-Enabled Sensors
563(12)
Possibilities
564(2)
Realities
566(1)
Applications
567(4)
Summary
571(4)
Wireless Sensor Networks: Principles and Applications
575(16)
Introduction to Wireless Sensor Networks
575(1)
Individual Wireless Sensor Node Architecture
576(1)
Wireless Sensor Networks Architecture
577(3)
Radio Options for the Physical Layer inWireless Sensor Networks
580(3)
Power Consideration in Wireless Sensor Networks
583(2)
Applications of Wireless Sensor Networks
585(3)
Future Developments
588(3)
Appendix A: Lifetime Cost of Sensor Ownership 591(6)
Appendix B: Smart Sensors and TEDS FAQ 597(4)
Appendix C: Units and Conversions 601(6)
Appendix D: Physical Constants 607(8)
Appendix E: Dielectric Constants 615(2)
Appendix F: Index of Refraction 617(2)
Appendix G: Engineering Material Properties 619(6)
Appendix H: Emissions Resistivity 625(4)
Appendix I: Physical Properties of Some Typical Liquids 629(2)
Appendix J: Speed of Sound in Various Bulk Media 631(2)
Appendix K: Batteries 633(2)
Appendix L: Temperatures 635(2)
Contributor`s Biographies 637(10)
Contributing Companies 647(8)
Sensor Suppliers 655(28)
Subject Index 683(7)
Sensor Technology Index 690
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