Time of Flight Sensor with a Flow Parallel Wire
AbstractA time of flight sensor has been equipped with a sensing wire parallel to the flow direction (flow parallel wire, FPW). A heat pulse is generated with a coil in the flow channel. The FPW has a center tap allowing its upstream and downstream parts to join in a half bridge. When a heat pulse passes the FPW, a large output peak is generated. The time between heat pulse generation and recording the peak maximum is only marginally affected by the properties of the fluid. With a combination of two FPWs, a measuring range of approximately 0.01–0.5 m/s can be achieved. View Full-Text
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Gerhardy, C.; Schomburg, W.K. Time of Flight Sensor with a Flow Parallel Wire. Micromachines 2012, 3, 325-330.
Gerhardy C, Schomburg WK. Time of Flight Sensor with a Flow Parallel Wire. Micromachines. 2012; 3(2):325-330.Chicago/Turabian Style
Gerhardy, Christof; Schomburg, Werner Karl. 2012. "Time of Flight Sensor with a Flow Parallel Wire." Micromachines 3, no. 2: 325-330.