Microwave Wire Interrogation Method Mapping Pressure under High Temperatures
AbstractIt is widely accepted that wireless reading for in-situ mapping of pressure under high-temperature environments is the most feasible method, because it is not subject to frequent heterogeneous jointing failures and electrical conduction deteriorating, or even disappearing, under heat load. However, in this article, we successfully demonstrate an in-situ pressure sensor with wire interrogation for high-temperature applications. In this proof-of-concept study of the pressure sensor, we used a microwave resonator as a pressure-sensing component and a microwave transmission line as a pressure characteristic interrogation tunnel. In the sensor, the line and resonator are processed into a monolith, avoiding a heterogeneous jointing failure; further, microwave signal transmission does not depend on electrical conduction, and consequently, the sensor does not suffer from the heat load. We achieve pressure monitoring under 400 °C when employing the sensor simultaneously. Our sensor avoids restrictions that exist in wireless pressure interrogations, such as environmental noise and interference, signal leakage and security, low transfer efficiency, and so on. View Full-Text
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Chen, X.; Yan, D.; Hong, Y.; Liang, T.; Xiong, J. Microwave Wire Interrogation Method Mapping Pressure under High Temperatures. Micromachines 2018, 9, 11.
Chen X, Yan D, Hong Y, Liang T, Xiong J. Microwave Wire Interrogation Method Mapping Pressure under High Temperatures. Micromachines. 2018; 9(1):11.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chen, Xiaoyong; Yan, Dan; Hong, Yingping; Liang, Ting; Xiong, Jijun. 2018. "Microwave Wire Interrogation Method Mapping Pressure under High Temperatures." Micromachines 9, no. 1: 11.
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