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Noise Spectral Density Computation Based on Finite Element Model of Piezoceramic Sensor

Originální název

Noise Spectral Density Computation Based on Finite Element Model of Piezoceramic Sensor

Anglický název

Noise Spectral Density Computation Based on Finite Element Model of Piezoceramic Sensor

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The high sensitivity with wide bandwidth is required for sensor applications in non destructive testing (NDT). The sensitivity of piezoceramic sensors demands to minimize their noise especially thermal noise, polarisation noise and 1/f noise, which are the main sources of voltage or current fluctuation in this kind of sensors. For simplicity, only the piezoceramic part of sensor was under study. The theoretical and numerical results are compared with experimental results, which were measured by our noise measurement set-up.

Anglický abstrakt

The high sensitivity with wide bandwidth is required for sensor applications in non destructive testing (NDT). The sensitivity of piezoceramic sensors demands to minimize their noise especially thermal noise, polarisation noise and 1/f noise, which are the main sources of voltage or current fluctuation in this kind of sensors. For simplicity, only the piezoceramic part of sensor was under study. The theoretical and numerical results are compared with experimental results, which were measured by our noise measurement set-up.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT19926,
  author="Petr {Sedlák} and Jiří {Majzner} and Lubomír {Grmela} and Lech {Hasse}",
  title="Noise Spectral Density Computation Based on Finite Element Model of Piezoceramic Sensor",
  annote="The high sensitivity with wide bandwidth is required for sensor applications in non destructive testing (NDT). The sensitivity of piezoceramic sensors demands to minimize their noise especially thermal noise, polarisation noise and 1/f noise, which are the main sources of voltage or current fluctuation in this kind of sensors. For simplicity, only the piezoceramic part of sensor was under study. The theoretical and numerical results are compared with experimental results, which were measured by our noise measurement set-up.",
  address="IMAPS Poland Chapter",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 30th International Conference of IMAPS Poland Chapter",
  chapter="19926",
  institution="IMAPS Poland Chapter",
  year="2006",
  month="september",
  pages="361",
  publisher="IMAPS Poland Chapter",
  type="conference paper"
}