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Title: Electronic nose << naris >> optimization for novel applications: simulations and experimental results
Authors: D'Amico, Arnaldo
Di Natale, Corrado
Pantalei, Simone
Keywords: quartz crystal microbalance
electronic nose
computational fluid dynamic
FEM analysis
multichannel quartz crystal microbalance
integrated heater
Issue Date: 16-May-2008
Abstract: This work represents a compendium of the activities developed in the frame of the main research line of the Sensors and Microsystem Group of the Electronic Engineering Department of the University of Roma Tor Vergata. Also it is worth to point out that all the experimental and simulation part was developed at the IMM-Roma CNR. The rationale at the bottom of this thesis was the optimization of an Electronic Nose (EN) for space applications on one hand and on the other hand the development of new ideas oriented to the room and energy saving paradigm. The crucial segment of the overall EN design is certainly the test chamber (naris) where sensors are located and where fluid dynamic problems if not solved, may represent one of the most relevant drawback of the entire system. This PhD thesis has been concentrated on the following three parts: Test chamber optimization of a QCM EN for space applications In this context a long period of time (about two years, was dedicated to the flow s...
Description: 19. ciclo
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2108/503
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