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Properties of thin films for high temperature flow sensors

Properties of thin films for high temperature flow sensors

final report for the period ended August 20, 1990

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Silicon-carbide thin films.,
  • Diamond thin films.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Scharia Albin, principal investigator.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-191526.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15386097M

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ZnO exhibits an interesting combination of multifunctional properties, including optical, semiconducting, piezoelectric, electrooptic, and optoelectronic properties, and in thin film form, ZnO films find immense applications in many electronic devices including sensors, actuators, transducers, and high frequency surface acoustic wave (SAW) devices.

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Many advantages to thin film deposition: One of the major benefits is the true molecular bond between the fixture (transducer) and the deposited strain sensing films. Jizhong Song, in Colloidal Metal Oxide Nanoparticles, Field effect transistors.

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Cu 4 O 3 thin films have been synthesized in an ambient of Ar and O 2 plasma using a pure Cu target by radio frequency magnetron sputtering. The structural, electrical, and optical properties of the films were studied systematically as a function of O 2 gas flow.

The study reveals that O 2 flow rate (R O 2) during sputtering has major impacts on both the composition and functional properties. Our flow volume sensors combine thin thermocouples with thin-film heaters. They detect changes in the temperature of the liquid and convert to flow rate. They can be fit to flow passages of varied shape.

Features & Strengths Point 1 Measure flow volume in passages of various shape. Copper oxides (CuO, Cu 2 O) have promising application potential in sensors or solar cells. In this study, copper oxide thin films were prepared by reactive DC magnetron sputtering using helicon plasma.

A pure copper target was sputtered with Ar gas in an O 2 atmosphere with a DC sputtering power in the range of 10–40 W, while the other fabrication conditions were kept constant.

In this article, we report the fabrication of an oxygen sensor based on gallium oxide thin films prepared by the chemical solution deposition method. The oxygen sensing properties of the device (response and recovery time, sensitivity, stability) were investigated at high temperature ( ° C).Attention was paid to the influence of the annealing conditions on the oxygen sensing properties of.

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In this paper the fabrication and electrical characterization of a silicon microreactor for high-temperature catalytic gas phase reactions, like Rh-catalyzed catalytic partial oxidation of methane into synthesis gas, is presented.

The microreactor, realized with micromachining technologies, contains silicon nitride tubes that are suspended in a flow channel. TiN and TiNxOy thin films share many properties such as electrical and optical properties. In this work, a comparison is conducted between TiN (with and without annealing at °C in air and vacuum) and TiNxOy thin films deposited by using RF magnetron sputtering with the same pure titanium target, Argon (Ar) flow rate, nitrogen flow rates, and deposition time on stainless steel substrates.

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PZT thin film deposition techniques, properties and its application in ultrasonic MEMS sensors: a review. the application of PZT thin film in MEMS ultrasonic sensors is discussed. A novel design and analysis of a MEMS ceramic hot-wire anemometer for high temperature applications; Book.

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High thermal uniformity, low power consumption and high working temperature are confirmed by extensive measurements. The additional gas flow sensing layers are judiciously chosen and implemented.

Measurements in the presence of a nitrogen flow and gas reveal fair sensitivity on a large flow velocity range as well as good response to many gases. environments where stress and temperature gradi-ents are high and the aerodynamic effects or the sensors need to be minimized.

The thin film TOP3– Technology A microfabricated thin-film sensor to measure multiple parameters in high-temperature aero-space environments that is minimally intrusive to the system.

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Sputtered metallic strain gauge sensors have terrific thermal properties and superior stability specifications. Ideal for harsh applications demanding long-term service where precise laboratory-type measurements are required.

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Among different methods to this goal, metal oxide semiconductors (MOSs) based vapor or gas sensors are mostly preferred because of their fast and high response, and cost effectiveness.

This research reports the effect of Mg doping on structural and ammonia gas sensing properties of zinc oxide thin films. In contrast, the temperature coefficient for the SiO2 sensor increases as the cube of the sensor temperature to Hz/ degrees C at degrees C.

To examine the effect of temperature fluctuations on the sensor frequency, we exposed the SiO2 and GaPO4 sensors. In addition to the high-temperature use problem above, MEMS-type air-flow sensors have another problem that the membrane is fragile towards internal and external stress due to its extremely thin.

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Introduction. Therefore, obtaining accurate measurements of thickness of CNT thin films to evaluate the properties of the nanocomposites is critical. Resistance measurement is an essential test when characterizing conductivity of materials. The resistivity of a material and the thickness of a thin film can be inferred from the resistance measured.

Fabrication and characterization of high-temperature microreactors with thin film heater and sensor patterns in silicon nitride tubes. Tiggelaar RM(1), Berenschot JW, de Boer JH, Sanders RG, Gardeniers JG, Oosterbroek RE, van den Berg A, Elwenspoek MC.

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This study aims to discuss the sheet resistance of ultrathin indium tin oxide (ITO) transparent conductive films during the postannealing treatment.

The thickness of the ultrathin ITO films is 20 nm. They are prepared on B glass substrates at room temperature by a direct-current pulsed magnetron sputtering system. Ultrathin ITO films with high sheet resistance are commonly used for touch.Novel selective ceramic-supported thin polyimide films produced in a single dip coating step are proposed for membrane applications at elevated temperatures.

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