4 edition of Sensors and modeling in materials processing found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Other titles||Sensors & modeling in materials processing|
|Statement||edited by S. Viswanathan, R.G. Reddy, J.C. Malas.|
|Contributions||Viswanathan, S., Reddy, R. G., Malas, James C., TMS Synthesis and Analysis in Materials Processing Committee., TMS Process Fundamentals Committee., Minerals, Metals and Materials Society. Meeting|
|LC Classifications||TS183 .S96 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 411 p. :|
|Number of Pages||411|
|LC Control Number||96080435|
Explores the current state of the art in control of industrial processes in the field of extraction and processing of metals and materials. new sensor technologies, . In this work it will be shown that theoretical modeling and simulation of the processes, being a basic for chemical sensors operation, could provide considerable progress in choosing both optimal materials and optimal configurations of sensing elements for using in chemical sensors.
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Mathematical modeling and computer simulation are useful tools for improving materials processing. While courses in materials processing have covered modeling, they have been devoted to one particular class of materials--polymers, metals, or ceramics.
This text offers a new approach, presenting an integrated treatment of metallic and non-metallic by: Materials Processing Fundamentals provides researchers and industry professionals with complete guidance on the synthesis, analysis, design, monitoring, and control of metals, materials, and metallurgical processes and phenomena.
Along Sensors and modeling in materials processing book the fundamentals, it covers modeling of diverse phenomena in processes involving iron, steel, non-ferrous.
The book: addresses the identification, modeling, selection, operation and integration of a wide variety of sensors, demonstrates the concepts of different sensors technology through simulation, design and real implementations, discusses the design and fabrication of high performance modern sensors technology.
Sensors and modeling in materials processing: techniques and applications: proceedings of a Symposium on the Application of Sensors and Modeling to Materials Processing, spononsored by the EPD/MDMD Synthesis, Control, and Analysis in Materials Processing Committee and the EPD Process Fundamentals Committee, held at the th annual meeting of the Minerals, Metals, and Materials.
This book includes contributions on the physical and numerical modeling of materials processing, and covers a range of metals and minerals. Authors present models and results related to the basics of processing such as extraction, joining, separation, and : Springer International Publishing.
This series, Chemical Sensors: Simulation and Modeling, is the perfect complement to Momentum Press’s six -volume reference se ries, Chemical Sensors: Fundamentals of Sensing Materials.
Methods of sensor fabrication are numerous and specific for each particular design. They comprise processing of semiconductors, optical components, metals, ceramics, and plastics. Here, we briefly describe some materials and the most often used : Jacob Fraden. Many early sensors converted (by transduction) a physical measurand to mechanical energy; for example, pneumatic energy was used for fluid controls and mechanical energy for kinematic control.
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New types of sensors are made possible with new materials that are produced using advanced processing technologies. To a greater extent than this technology push, market pull is driving increased activity in sensors.
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Fundamentals of Laser Surface Processing One of the major advantages of the laser as a tool for material processing is the abil-ity to precisely control where in the material. In addition to the traditional chemical processing and manufacturing applications, the scope of process control problems involves a wide range of applications that includes energy processes, nano-technology, systems biology, bio-medical engineering, pharmaceutical processing technology, energy storage and conversion, smart grid, and data.
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This is followed in Chapter 7 by material on output feedback and estimators. Chapters 6 and 7 introduce the key concepts of reacha-bility and observability, which give tremendous insight into the choice of actuators and sensors, whether for engineered or natural systems.
The second half of the book presents material that is often considered to be. Introduction to Biomedical Engineering is a comprehensive survey text for biomedical engineering courses.
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In book: Advanced Sensor and Detection Materials, pp The model reproduces the available experimental data. way to improve the performance of the graphene-based sensor. All these and many other automation tasks are possible because of Sensors. Before going in to the details of What is a Sensor, What are the Different Types of Sensors and Applications of these different types of Sensors, we will first take a look at a simple example of an automated system, which is possible because of Sensors (and many other components as well).Missing: Materials Processing.
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I have developed a colloidal coating method that modifies the surface of ceramic powders by nanolayering. The nanolayer coating serves multiple functions. It can enhance the chemical .Sensors and Materials is a monthly peer-reviewed open access scientific journal covering all aspects of sensor technology, including materials science as applied to sensors.
It is published by Myu Scientific Publishing and the editor-in-chief is Makoto Ishida (Toyohashi University of Technology).The journal was established in by a group of Japanese academics to Edited by: Makoto Ishida.