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Electronic noses & sensor array based systems

design & applications : proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Olfaction and the Electronic Nose

by International Symposium on Olfaction and the Electronic Nose (5th 1998 Baltimore, Md.)

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Published by Technomic Pub. Co. in Lancaster, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chemical detectors -- Congresses.,
  • Olfactometry -- Congresses.,
  • Odors -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesElectronic noses and sensor array based systems
    Statementedited by W. Jeffrey Hurst.
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsHurst, W. Jeffrey 1948-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP159.C46 I59 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 340 p. :
    Number of Pages340
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL53833M
    ISBN 101566767806
    LC Control Number99063167

      Several electronic-nose devices have been developed, all of which comprise three basic building blocks: a volatile gas odour passes over a sensor array, the conductance of the sensors Cited by: Sensors , 11 e-nose systems, samples are analyzed using an array of gas sensors and a pattern recognition algorithm requiring exposure to odors and then flushing of the system for sensor recovery, and requires a chamber where the environment is controlled (temperature and humidity). Discrimination of odor in aCited by:

    Electronic-nose devices have received considerable attention in the field of sensor technology during the past twenty years, largely due to the discovery of numerous applications derived from research in diverse fields of applied sciences. Recent applications of electronic nose technologies have come through advances in sensor design, material improvements, software innovations and progress in Cited by: Thus, electronic nose instruments are comprised of hardware components to collect and transport odours to the sensor array – as well as electronic circuitry to digitise and stored the sensor responses for signal processing. The two main components of an electronic nose are the sensing system and the automated pattern recognition system.

    Sensors and Sensory Systems for an Electronic Nose reviews the current state of progress in the development of an electronic instrument capable of olfaction. The instrument -- the so-called electronic nose -- has enormous potential for application in such areas .   The concept of e-noses - electronic devices which mimic the olfactory systems of mammals and insects - is very intriguing to researchers involved in building better, cheaper and smaller sensor devices. A better understanding of the reception, signal transduction and odor recognition mechanisms for mammals, combined with achievements in material science, microelectronics and .


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: Electronic Noses & Sensor Array Based Systems - Design & Applications, Fifth International Symposium Proceedings (): Hurst, W.

Jeffry: Books. The book describes the general set-up of an electronic nose: it consists of an array of chemical sensors; an air flow system, which switches the reference air and the tested air; a signal analysis. Electronic nose based on partition column integrated with gas sensor for fruit identification and classification.

We studied an alternative e-nose based on gas chromatographic system for fruit classification. thus it is potentially implemented to substitute function of the sensor array on the conventional electronic nose. The electronic. Electronic Noses and Sensor Array Based Systems Design and Applications edited by W.

Jeffrey Hurst. This book serves as a focal point for user exchange, new applications, and current state-of-the-art and future trends in the area of sensor array instrumentation. Electronic Noses and Olfaction reflects the state of progress toward the development and application of electronic instruments called electronic noses (e-noses).

These instruments are generally based on arrays of sensors for volatile chemicals with broadly tuned selectivity, coupled to appropriate pattern recognition systems. They are capableCited by: 3. " Free Book Electronic Noses Principles And Applications " Uploaded By Dan Brown, electronic noses principles and applications article in measurement science and technology june with reads how we measure reads a read is counted each time someone the electronic noses work in a similar manner of human the.

The instrument -- the so-called electronic nose -- has enormous potential for application in such areas as product flavor control and environmental monitoring.

The book discusses the essential elements of an electronic nose, such as chemical sensors, signal processing, and pattern recoginiton techniques.5/5(1). The electronic nose formed by an array of three ionogel based chemiresistive gas sensors, using only one ionic liquid and three easily available biopolymers showed selectivity in the detection and classification of five organic volatile compounds ranging from highly polar to non-polar.

Schematic diagram of electronic nose syslem. sis. The sensor array was installed in the sensor cell. The target gas and dry air were alternately switched on by solenoid valves.

The inner volume of the sensor cell was 30 cm3 and the flow rate of gas and air was cm3 rain-j Cited by: This chapter focuses on “electronic noses and tongues” as applied to the food industry. The responses of individual odor sensors or taste sensors combined into an array, where each sensor possesses slightly different response selectivity and sensitivity toward the sample odors or tastants.

Figure 1 (a) Solid phase microextraction fibre: thermal desorption of adsorbed volatiles onto a heated sensor array.(b) Design of the measurement system.

The sensors are mounted in a symmetrical three-dimensional array within a stainless-steel header block. The array encloses a small headspace volume that is rapidly heated to elevated temperatures by the sensors by: Electronic noses are based on the use of artificial receptors in the sensor array, and their application in food analysis justifies their inclusion in this article.

In recent years, a great deal of research in the development of the electronic nose has taken place with a diverse range of applications. Recent applications of electronic nose technologies have come through advances in sensor design, material improvements, software innovations and progress in microcircuitry design and systems integration.

The invention of many new e-nose sensor types and arrays, based on different detection principles and mechanisms, Cited by: Arrays of electronic sensors, capable of detecting and differentiating complex mixtures of volatile compounds, have been utilized to differentiate aromas of food and related materials.

These sensor arrays have been dubbed “Electronic Noses” and have Cited by:   Robustness, Sample Throughput and Transferability; Intensity, Quality Discrimination Using the Fox Gas Sensor Array System; Strategies for Solving Odor Problems Related to Synthetic Industrial Chemicals; Rapid Fruit Cultivar Identification by an Artificial Olfactory System; Investigations on Peppermint Oils Using Electronic Noses; A New Mass Spectrometry-Based Electronic Nose for Headspace Characterisation; Electronic Nose for Monitoring Cocoa Beans Aroma; Factors Affecting Sensory.

Large Sensor Array Based on Functionalized Graphene Devices Zhengtang Luo, 1,* Daniel W. Singer, 1 Matthew E.

Berck, 1 Luke A. Somers, 1 Lolita Rotkina, 2 Brett R. Goldsmith, 1. Working Modes. The electronic nose can operate in two different ways, the measurement mode and the analysis mode.

In the measurement mode a measurement configuration file is read from the USB o SD card and a measurement file with the measurements of the sensors is written in the USB. These measurement files can be used in a PC to train a neural network that can be used Cited by: The sensor array consists of two or more sensors with partially overlapping sensitivities.

Discrete sensors can also be used if detection of a specific compound is desired. Figure 4. Architecture scheme for an electronic nose. Sensor Array. The sensor array is made up of several sensors whose number depends on the analysis to be performed.

Electronic noses are comprised of a sensor array, signal conditioning circuit, and pattern recognition algorithms. Compared with traditional gas chromatography–mass spectrometry (GC-MS) techniques, electronic noses are noninvasive and can be Cited by: Get this from a library.

Electronic noses & sensor array based systems: design & applications: proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Olfaction and the Electronic Nose.

[W Jeffrey Hurst;]. The sensitivity of the conducting polymer composite based electronic nose compares highly favorably to other array-based vapor detection systems. For example, Figure 6 shows the response of a single sensor element to ppb of nitrotoluene.Classical Electronic Noses Based on Chemical Gas Sensors The classical electronic nose, consisting of an array of sensors, is still the most common approach, although new technologies have recently entered this field (Figure 2).

There are two reasons for the continuing popularity of sensor arrays. As this is how the field began there is a.Kim YS, Ha S-C, Yang Y, Kim YJ, Cho SM, Yang H, Kim YT () Portable electronic nose system based on the carbon black–polymer composite sensor array. Sens Actuators B (1–2)– Hsieh H-Y, Tang K-T () VLSI Implementation of a bio-inspired olfactory spiking neural network.