Ausanio, Giovanni and Iannotti, Vincenzo and Lanotte, Luciano (2006) Magnetoelastic Stress and Strain Sensors. In: Encyclopedia of Sensors. C. A. GRIMES; E. C. DICKEY; M. V. PISHKO The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, USA American Scientific Publishers, VALENCIA, pp. 1-40. ISBN 1-58883-056-X

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Item Type: Book Section
Language: English
Title: Magnetoelastic Stress and Strain Sensors
Creators:
CreatorsEmail
Ausanio, GiovanniUNSPECIFIED
Iannotti, VincenzoUNSPECIFIED
Lanotte, LucianoUNSPECIFIED
Autor/s: G. AUSANIO; HISON C; V. IANNOTTI; LUPONIO C; L. LANOTTE
Date: 2006
Number of Pages: 40
Department: Scienze fisiche
Title of Book: Encyclopedia of Sensors
Country of publishing: STATI UNITI D'AMERICA
Place of Publication: VALENCIA
Publisher: C. A. GRIMES; E. C. DICKEY; M. V. PISHKO The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, USA American Scientific Publishers
Date: 2006
ISBN: 1-58883-056-X
Volume: X
Page Range: pp. 1-40
Number of Pages: 40
Date Deposited: 18 Oct 2010 08:33
Last Modified: 30 Apr 2014 19:41
URI: http://www.fedoa.unina.it/id/eprint/5768

Abstract

Encyclopedia of Sensors is the first encyclopedia ever published in the field of sensors. The multivolume encyclopedia will provide a complete coverage of most recent advances and emerging new sensor technologies in the fields of science, engineering and medicine. Although there are many books focused on sensors however no encyclopedic reference work has been published as of today. This encyclopedia will cover all aspects of sensor science and technology dealing with all types of sensor materials, their synthesis and spectroscopic characterization, sensor designs, fabrication and manufacturing techniques, sensor probes, features, physical, chemical and biosensors, their applications in electronics, photonic and optoelectronic industries, medicine, surface sensing, food industry, environmental engineering and nanotechnology. It is written for a wide range of audience from non-scientists to active scientists and engineers, professionals and experts working in the field of sensors.

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