This leading and well-established international series contains titles on all aspects and relating to all disciplines of the science and technology of sensors, transducers, and sensing systems for monitoring and measuring a wide range of quantities in all application areas, including industrial, scientific, environmental, agricultural, medical, and beyond. Sectors include manufacturing, transport, energy, food, health, and security. The books are written for new graduates and professionals working in industry and specific areas of research. The regular output of newly published titles covers research and a wide range of applications and new technologies. Each book presents the underlying physics and engineering, plus the fabrication technologies, and provides case studies or likely commercial applications. Titles in the series provide an invaluable library for instrument and measurement scientists, engineers, technologists, and others in industry, research institutes, and universities.
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An Introduction to Ultra-Fast Silicon Detectors
Multi-Component Force Sensing Systems
Nanosensors Physical, Chemical, and Biological
Advanced Chromatic Monitoring
Handbook of Magnetic Measurements
Novel Sensors and Sensing
Sensors and Their Applications XII
Chromatic Monitoring of Complex Conditions
Electronic Noses and Olfaction 2000 Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Noses, Brighton, UK, July 2000
By Marco Ferrero, Roberta Arcidiacono, Marco Mandurrino, Valentina Sola, Nicolò Cartiglia
July 08, 2021
The book describes the development of innovative silicon sensors known as ultra-fast silicon detectors for use in the space-time tracking of charge particles. The first comprehensive collection of information on the topic, otherwise currently scattered in existing literature, this book presents a ...
By Qiaokang Liang
March 03, 2021
Multi-Component Force Sensing Systems focuses on the design, development, decoupling, and applications of multi-component force sensing systems. Force and moment information can be used as feedback to form an automatic control system to accomplish efﬁcient manipulation. The origins of force ...
By Vinod Kumar Khanna
February 25, 2021
Nanosensors are innovative devices that exploit the unique properties exhibited by matter at the nanoscale. A growing and exciting field, nanosensors have recently spurred considerable research endeavors across the globe, driving a need for the development of new device concepts and engineering ...
By Gordon R. Jones, Joseph W. Spencer
August 12, 2020
Advanced Chromatic Monitoring provides a major source of information about the novel approach of chromaticity with examples of how chromaticity may be deployed for various monitoring applications. It shows with examples what can be achieved with chromatic methods in producing relevant information ...
By Slawomir Tumanski
December 10, 2019
While magnetic devices are used in a range of applications, the availability of up-to-date books on magnetic measurements is quite limited. Collecting state-of-the-art knowledge from information scattered throughout the literature, Handbook of Magnetic Measurements covers a wide spectrum of topics ...
By Roger G. Jackson
December 02, 2019
Over the last twenty years there has been tremendous growth in the research and development of sensors and sensor signal processing methods. Advances in materials and fabrication techniques have led to a departure from traditional sensor types and the development of novel sensing techniques and ...
By S. J. Prosser, E. Lewis
October 23, 2019
Sensors and Their Applications XII discusses novel research in the areas of sensors and transducers and provides insight into new and topical applications of this technology. It covers the underlying physics, fabrication technologies, and commercial applications of sensors. Some of the topics ...
By Andrea Cusano, Francisco J. Arregui, Michele Giordano, Antonello Cutolo
October 21, 2019
Nanosized sensors enable the study of chemical and biochemical processes at a level and in dimensions that may not have been envisioned some 20 years ago. Fueled by their inherent small size and the unusual optical, magnetic, catalytic, and mechanical properties of nanoparticles, remarkable ...
By Gordon Rees Jones, Anthony G. Deakin, Joseph W. Spencer
October 07, 2019
Explaining the chromatic methodology for the intelligent monitoring of complex systems, Chromatic Monitoring of Complex Conditions demonstrates that chromatic processing is analogous to human vision yet also extends into a wide range of nonoptical domains. Taking a practical approach that ...
By Julian W. Gardner, Krishna C. Persaud
October 07, 2019
Electronic Noses and Olfaction 2000 reflects the state of progress toward the development and application of electronic instruments called electronic noses (e-noses). These instruments are generally based on arrays of sensors for volatile chemicals with broadly tuned selectivity, coupled to ...
By D. Huston
October 02, 2019
Structural health monitoring (SHM) uses one or more in situ sensing systems placed in or around a structure, providing real-time evaluation of its performance and ultimately preventing structural failure. Although most commonly used in civil engineering, such as in roads, bridges, and dams, SHM is ...
By G. Eranna
September 19, 2019
Metal Oxide Nanostructures as Gas Sensing Devices explores the development of an integrated micro gas sensor that is based on advanced metal oxide nanostructures and is compatible with modern semiconductor fabrication technology. This sensor can then be used to create a compact, low-power, handheld...