Book title: Open Resonator Microwave Sensor Systems for Industrial Gauging: A practical design approach
Author: Nathan Ida
Product Code: PBCE1030
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Open resonator microwave sensors allow very accurate sensing of properties such as moisture content and dimensions of dielectrics such as rubber, polymers, paper, fabrics and wood veneers. This book presents a coherent and entirely practical approach to the design and use of systems based on these sensors in industrial environments, showing how they can provide meaningful, accurate and industrially viable methods of gauging.
Nathan Ida is a Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Akron, USA. He is the author of five previous books in the area of Electromagnetics and over 250 journal and conference papers. He is a Fellow of the IEEE, IET, the Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society and the American Society for non-destructive testing. He is active in numerous conferences and symposia that emphasise interdisciplinary research and practical applications.
Ideal for design engineers in the rubber, paper, fabrics and wood industries as well as production engineers and managers in the above industries. Also it is highly suited for academics in electromagnetics, microwave and sensing specialisations.
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Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Transmission Lines and Transmission Line Resonators
Chapter 3: Planar Transmission Lines and Coupled Structures
Chapter 4: Microwave Measurements
Chapter 5: Design of Sensors for Rubber Thickness and Fabric Coating Monitoring
Chapter 6: Evaluation of the Sensors
Chapter 7: Implementation and Testing
Chapter 8: The Network Analyzer