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A surface-acoustic-wave (SAW) gas sensor with a low detection limit and fast response for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) based on the condensate-adsorption effect detection is developed. In this sensor a gas chromatography (GC) column acts as the separator element and a dual-resonator oscillator acts as the detector element. Regarding the surface(More)
A polymer-coated surface acoustic wave (SAW)-based chemical sensor for organophosphorous compound sensing at extremely low concentrations was developed, in which a dual-delay-line oscillator coated with fluoroalcoholpolysiloxane (SXFA) acted as the sensor element. Response mechanism analysis was performed on the SXFA-coated chemical sensor, resulting in the(More)
Water environment system is a complex system, and an agent-based model presents an effective approach that has been implemented in water resource management research. Urban water resource optimal allocation is a challenging and critical issue in water environment systems, which belongs to the resource optimal allocation problem. In this paper, a novel(More)
A new micro gyroscope based on the surface acoustic wave (SAW) gyroscopic effect was developed. The SAW gyroscopic effect is investigated by applying the surface effective permittivity method in the regime of small ratios of the rotation velocity and the frequency of the SAW. The theoretical analysis indicates that the larger velocity shift was observed(More)
Theoretical calculations have been performed on the temperature effects on the propagation characteristics of Love waves in layered structures by solving the coupled electromechanical field equations, and the optimal design parameters were extracted for temperature stability improvement. Based on the theoretical analysis, excellent temperature coefficient(More)
The effect of the sensitive area of the two-port resonator configuration on the mass sensitivity of a Rayleigh surface acoustic wave (R-SAW) sensor was investigated theoretically, and verified in experiments. A theoretical model utilizing a 3-dimensional finite element method (FEM) approach was established to extract the coupling-of-modes (COM) parameters(More)
Gas detection apparatus based on SAW/GC was gained by combining Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) gas sensor with gas chromatography (GC). Because of its features as high sensitivity, more detectable gas types and resolution of crossed-interference, the SAW/GC gas detection apparatus is perfect for the gas composition analysis in the complicated atmosphere(More)
The GC-SAW system which can rapidly detect volatile organic compounds (VOCs) has been development. The detection limit depends on both response and the baseline noise of frequency in this system. The frequency baseline noise includes the Oscillator noise and temperature coefficient of frequency (TCF) noise. The TCF of the SAW sensor is hard to remove, so(More)