• Principles of Sensor
    • School of Electronic, Information and Electrical Engineering
    • Credit. 3
    • MI301
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    • Fall , 2016
    • 930
    • Course Description:
    • ( Exchange Programme )
    • “Fundamentals of Sensors” is a compulsory course that designed for the undergraduates majoring in measurement & control technology and instrumentations. Moreover, it is also the basic and specialized course for students majoring in precision instruments and mechanical, testing measurement technology and instruments, optical measuring instrument, and industrial automation and instrumentation. “Fundamentals of Sensors” is listed as a first class course in our school that has been received continuous and significant support of the school.

      Through the study of the course, the students will have a good command of fundamentals of sensing technology, familiarize with the working principle and characteristics of conventional sensitive components, master the detection method and sensor selection principle of the common physical quantities, and improve the ability to solve most general problems on actual measurement and control.
    • Course Syllabus:
    • The aims of this course are:

      1. Have a good command of fundamentals of sensing technology;
      2. Familiarize with the working principle and characteristics of conventional sensitive components;
      3. Master the detection method and sensor selection principle of the common physical quantities;
      4. Improve the ability to solve most general problems on actual measurement and control.
    • Schedule:
    • The class teaching includes:

      1. Introduction on Sensing Technologies
      2. Fundamentals of Sensors
      3. Resistance Transducer
      4. Inductive Proximity Sensors
      5. Capacitive Proximity Sensors
      6. Magnetic-electric Sensors
      7. Piezoelectric Transducer
      8. Pyroelectric Sensors
      9. Photoelectric Sensors

      The experimental teaching includes:
      1. Experiment on Resistance Transducer
      2. Experiment on Eddy Current Sensors
      3. Experiment on Capacitive Transducer
      4. Experiment on Hall Effect Sensors
      5. Experiment on Ultrasonic Proximity Sensors
      6. Experiment on Thermal Resistive Sensors
      7. Experiment on Encoding Sensors
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    • 赵辉
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    • huizhao@sjtu.edu.cn
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    • 陶卫
    • Associate Professor
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    • taowei@sjtu.edu.cn
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    • wei tao Ph.D,
  • Prerequisite Course:

    Advanced Mathematics; General Physics; Theoretical Mechanics; Materials Mechanics; Electric Circuit Principles

  • Textbooks:

    Jia Bonian, Yu Pu, Transducer Technology, Publishing House of Southeast University,2000.
  • Grading:

    1. Assignment: 15% (Do the assignment at the class. Assess the students' understanding and mastery of knowledge in a timely manner. )
    2. Experimental Report: 35% (Do the experiments by the group and implement the experimental reports independently. Assess the students' ability on independent experimental design, independent analysis, creative thinking, data processing, and experimental report forming.)
    3. Exam: 50% (Assess the students' comprehensive analysis and problem-solving ability)
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