thick-film sensor

thick-film sensor

[‚thik ‚film ′sen·sər]
(engineering)
A thick-film circuit that is fabricated from suitable materials to measure a physical quantity such as mechanical stress or temperature or to perform a chemical sensing application such as the measurement of gas or liquid composition, acidity, or humidity.
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Agarwal, "Sensitivity, response and recovery time of Sn[O.sub.2] based thick-film sensor array for H2, CO, CH4 and LPG," Microelectronics Journal, vol.
Figure 5 shows the electrical resistance in air of 2.00 mol% Pt-loaded Ti[O.sub.2] thick-film sensor as a function of time at different temperatures of 300[degrees]C, 350[degrees]C, and 400[degrees]C for the thick films of 2.00 mol% Pt-loaded Ti[O.sub.2].
Each of these is described in detail, based on direct conversations with manufacturers, and there also are examples of partially-printed thick-film sensors. The report includes 10-year revenue forecasts for sensor modules within 10 key market segments.
(2016) conducted researches on the piezoelectric thick-film sensors for embedding in joints [16].
Wang, "Impact of Nb doping on gassensing performance of Ti[O.sub.2] thick-film sensors," Sensors and Actuators B, vol.