'Sensors' is the first self-contained series to deal with the whole area of sensors. It describes general aspects, technical and physical fundamentals, construction, function, applications and developments of the various types of sensors.
This volume contains the physical and technical fundamentals of mechanical sensors, and contains and assesses the various types of sensors for particular applications. Of interest to engineers, physicists, chemists and others involved in sensor technology.
Table of Contents
PHYSICAL AND TECHNICAL PRINCIPLES.
Thermoelectric Microsensors and Microsystems (H. Baltes, et al.).
Strain Gage Sensors (A. Bray & G. Barbato).
Capacitive Sensors (S. Chang & W. Ko).
Piezoresistive Sensors (B. Kloeck).
Hall Sensors (K. Maenaka).
Resonant Sensors (R. Buser).
Ultrasonic Nonresonant Sensors (L. Lynnworth).
Sensors for Measuring Acceleration (M. Esashi).
Sensors for Measuring Density and Viscosity (F. Spieweck).
Sensors for Measuring Flow (P. Vigo & F. Cascetta).
Sensors for Measuring Force (G. Barbato & A. Bray).
Sensors for Measuring Torque (D. Juckenack).
Sensors for Measuring Pressure (W. Alwang).
Sensors for Measuring Stress (M. Onoe & J. Takahashi).
Sensors for Measuring Sound (R. Lerch).
List of Symbols and Abbreviations.