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2022 ◽  
Vol 151 ◽  
pp. 106883
Tao Jin ◽  
Hongzhi Jia ◽  
Jing Li ◽  
Huazhong Xiang ◽  
Dawei Zhang ◽  

2021 ◽  
Jaromír Volf ◽  
Viktor Novák ◽  
Vladimír Ryženko ◽  
Stanislava Papežová

This chapter presents the ongoing research, which aims to select suitable electrodes for their use in the pressure distribution measurement system Plantograf. In our research, we examine more materials, especially Yokohama conductive rubber CS57-7RSC and also conductive inks, which are represented type DZT-3 K, Graphit 33 and mixture of Loctite-Henkel conductive inks type Loctite 7004Hr and Loctite NCI 7002EC. All materials can be used as a converter between pressure and electrical quantities in the design of planar pressure transduces. We build on our previous works, where were examined the properties of conductive rubber, conductive inks and electrodes. Next part is focused on the newest results of our research. Due to the still incomplete results in the given issue, we decided to perform an extensive and original measurement of a total of 172 combinations of different electrode sizes, the ratio of conductive ink mixtures and the thickness of the applied ink layer. Thanks to this, it will be possible in the future to select a suitable combination of electrodes and inks when designing tactile pressure sensors for industrial or medical applications without the need to perform time-consuming preparatory measurements and exclude unsuitable ink-electrode combinations.

2021 ◽  
A.A. Bartsev ◽  
A.A. Bartseva

The method for estimating the illuminance distribution in the vertical plane of museum objects (paintings) using a digital imaging luminance meters (ILMD) is considered. In order to pass from the luminance distribution to the illuminance distribution, a screen with reflective properties close to diffuse (Lambert) reflection is used. The theoretical and experimental uncertainty estimation of the measurement method done.

2021 ◽  
T. Tamura ◽  
M. Ohno ◽  
Y. Nakazato ◽  
K. Hirai

With the advent of LED lights and the added functionality of the lights themselves, the number of automobile headlights being manufactured is rising. Manufactured headlights need to be measured for light distribution characteristic to assure their quality. However, the conventional method requires a lot of measurement time and a large space. As a result, problems arise where light distribution measurement cannot be completed in time for headlight production. We propose a measurement method for complex light distribution characteristic based on light fields to solve this problem. Our method is to measure the light intensity of planes at a certain range distance from the light source and then estimate the light distribution characteristic of a light source. This method would enable the measurement of the light distribution characteristic in a narrower range and in a shorter time than the conventional method.

2021 ◽  
Vol 10 (1) ◽  
pp. 56
Ali Elyounsi ◽  
Alexander N. Kalashnikov

We analysed literature data and our experimental results to determine why the readings of different temperature sensors might be notably different in air despite being placed in close proximity. We attributed these differences to two factors—unrestricted air movements and differences in the sensors’ response times. After elimination of these factors, the temperature readings of Pt100 and DS18B20 sensors exhibited an excellent agreement which, together with the convenient networking features provided by the DS18B20 sensors, confirmed their suitability for our use case.

2021 ◽  
Vol 62 (11) ◽  
Yifan Xu ◽  
Zhentao Dai ◽  
Haifeng Ji ◽  
Baoliang Wang ◽  
Zhiyao Huang ◽  

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