|Title of the article||
SENSING ELEMENTS OF MAGNETIC INDUCTIVE SENSORS ON NANOTUBES OF VARIOUS CONFIGURATION
Brazhe Rudol'f Aleksandrovich, Doctor of physical and mathematical sciences, professor, head of sub-department of physics, Ulyanovsk State Technical University (32 Severny Venetz street, Ulyanovsk, Russia), firstname.lastname@example.org
Background. Magnetic inductive sensors are widely used in precision navigation as electronic compasses and sensors of object’s position. Due to simplicity of the design, high sensitivity in combination with small working currents and a low level of noise they are of interest to biomagnetic instrument engineering provided reduction of sensing elements up to nanoscale sizes. The purpose of the work is to substantiate solvability of this problem using nanotubular solenoids with the core from ferromagnetic nanowire.
sensing elements, magnetic inductive sensors, nanotubes, biomagnetic instrument engineering, magnetic receptors.
1. Bratland T., Caruso M. J., Schneider R. W., Smith C. H. Sensors. 1998, vol. 5, no. 12, pp. 34−46.
Дата обновления: 28.12.2015 15:57