A feedback thermo-resistive sensor-based measurement scheme was proposed to estimate physical quantities like solar radiation (H), fluid velocity (U) and environment temperature (T a). It was implemented as an environment temperature meter, using PI controller. Controller implementation was done digitally using FPGA. Practical results are presented.
Unimorph design consisting of a piezoceramic bonded to an elastic surface is the most common structure used to induce deformations. The analytic models developed by Park and Agrawal are extensively used to determine the induced strain on piezo-actuated surfaces. These models are based on different strain distribution hypothesis that, however, do not… (More)
– In this paper we propose a feedback measurement system, with thermoresistive sensor, based on sigma-delta modulation. The system uses a one-bit sigma-delta modulator for which a considerable part of the conversion functions is performed by a thermoresistive sensor. The sensor is modelled using the power balance principle and the constant temperature… (More)
The aim of this article is to describe a feedback circuit with thermoresistive sensor based on thermal sigma-delta modulator. The circuit uses 1-bit first order sigma-delta modulator in which a considerable part of conversion functions is performed by the sensor. This transducer circuit is able to measure digital physical quantities that interact with the… (More)