Modern Sensors and Signal Processing

Course attribute
Code: 
AE3M38MSZ
Course full name: 
Modern Sensors and Signal Processing
Guarantor: 
Ripka P.
Tutor: 
Platil A., Ripka P.
Credits: 
6
Weekly load: 
2p+2l
Semester: 
S
Assesment: 
Z,ZK
Type: 
AE
Stage: 
M
Role: 
PO

From summer semester 2016, the materials will be gradually migrated to Moodle server at: https://moodle.fel.cvut.cz/course/view.php?id=700

 

Lectures:

1. Introduction

2. Position sensors

position-part-a

position-part-b

position-part-c

position-part d

3. Velocity and vibration sensors
velocity

vibration

4. Mechanical strain and torque sensors
strain
torque

5. Force sensors
force-part a
force-part b
Pressure sensors

6. Flowmeters (and level sensors)

7. Temperatue senors
temperature-part a
temperature-part b
temperature-part c (pyrometers)

 Notes on Synchronous detection

 Notes on Lock-in amplifiers

Laboratory exercises: to be updated

1. Semiconductive thermometers
2. HART sensor  (HART protocol communication)
3. Contactless temperature measurement
4. Correlation
5. Thermocouples (+ XTR101 datasheet)

6. Force and Torque
7. Dynamic stress measurement
8. Pressure
9. Flowmeters
10. Position sensors
11. Chemical and humidity sensors
12. AMR sensor   (KMZ51 datasheet,    overview of AMR technology)
13. Fluxgate sensor
14. Accelerometer

New: Anemometric mass air flow sensor

New: Rotation speed sensors 

Exam and grade:

Summary:
Labs:
two short tests: 11 + 11 = 22 pts maximum
lab reports: 12x 1.5 pts = 18 pts maximum.
Exam test:
60 pts maximum
Altogether: 100 pts maximum.

Grade by ECTS rules  

Grade A B C D E F
Verbal  Excellent  Very good  Good  Satisfactory  Sufficient  Fail
Points >= 90 >= 80 >= 70 >= 60 >= 50 <50

 

Literature:

[1] Fraden J.: Handbook of Modern Sensors. Springer 2004
[2] Ripka, P., Tipek, A.(ed.): Moden Sensors Handbook. ISTE 2007, ISBN 978-1-905209-66-8
[3] Ripka P. (ed.): Magnetic Sensors and Magnetometers. Artech 2001

Pre-requisities:
Basic courses of Physics, Electric circuits, Mathematics and Sensors and instrumentation.