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|Profil Titel||Highly sensitive sensor fibre|| |
12 DE 1170 3OHE
|Eintrag/Änderung||2012-06-07 / 2013-03-21|
KurzfassungScientists of the Saarland University were able to produce a special nano-scale layer which is highly sensitive to stretching. This layer called “nanoNi@C” is presented in a second technology offer. In a new development process, the scientists were able to implement a sensor geometry in the form of a fibre which is quite close to the one needed in application areas. Partners for production and commercialization who are interested in purchasing a license are sought.
For many applications that simplify daily life, optimize work flows or monitor production processes, sensors which are highly sensitive to pressure are needed. Their design is significant due to the fact that they can be integrated easily into various applications. As a result of their widespread usability, special sensor geometries in form of layers and stripes are established. A disadvantage of the available sensors is their low sensitiveness since their k-factor is approximately k=2 in which k describes the relation between the alteration of the electrical resistance compared to the relative change in length.Scientists of the Saarland University of Applied Sciences were able to produce a special nano-scale layer which is highly sensitive to stretching. This layer called “nanoNi@C” is presented in a second technology offer. In a new development process, the scientists were able to implement a sensor geometry in the form of a fibre which is quite close to the one needed in application areas. This new sensor fibre has allthe advantages of the developed nanoNi@c-layer and is practical in universal circumstances. It can easily be connected to or embedded into structures that need to be measured. The benefits are plain to see in various contexts, such as automobile and aircraft construction, structural health monitoring and supervision tasks in the field of industrial hydraulic memories or consumers. The hereby presented fibre is ten times more sensitive than others available on the market. Therefore, completely new opportunities are possible.Innovative Aspects:- Strong resistance change depending on the strain of the material with a k-factor of about k=20, regardless of temperature- Various application fields, in fact that it can easily be connected to or embedded into structures that need to be measured
- Baukomponenten und Methoden
- Maschinenbau, Hydraulik, Pneumatik, etc.
- Sensor/Multisensortechnik, Instrumentierung
- Aeronautik und Avionik
- Electronic Components
- Electronics Related Equipment
- Industrial Automation
- Industrial measurement and sensing equipment
Available for demonstration - field tested
| ||The invention is protected by an European and US patentapplication. Several prototypes exist and were tested in the lab. |
- License Agreement
- Adaptation to specific needs
# Type of partner sought
# Specific area of activity of the partner
industrial engineering, engineering, manufacturing of sensing equipments, production and distribution of sensors.
# Task to be performed by the partner sought
application of the technology through a license.
Research institute/University Größe: 50-249
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