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Decoupling Research of a Novel Three-Dimensional Force Flexible Tactile Sensor Based on an Improved BP Algorithm

Yang Song, Feilu Wang, Zhenya Zhang
2018 Micromachines  
pillars and three-dimensional forces for the 6 × 6 novel flexible tactile sensor array.  ...  Decoupling research on flexible tactile sensors play a very important role in the intelligent robot skin and tactile-sensing fields.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. Micromachines 2018, 9, 236  ... 
doi:10.3390/mi9050236 pmid:30424169 pmcid:PMC6187590 fatcat:lrbblsrfnrbcxoa36nburbnwwy

Research on the Calibration Apparatus and Method of 3-D Flexible Tactile Sensor Arrays

Junxiang Ding, Yanmou Zhan, Wenda Zheng, Wudi Mu, Feilu Wang
2017 DEStech Transactions on Engineering and Technology Research  
The three-dimensional (3-D) flexible tactile arrays sensor is a kind of sensor with high-precision, high-resolution and high-speed response which can measure tactile information as human skin perception  ...  It's critical to study the calibration apparatus and its method of the 3-D flexible tactile sensor arrays.  ...  INTRODUCTION With the deepening of robotic exploration in the world, three dimensional (3-D) flexible tactile sensor arrays have become a hot research for robot skin and an essential tool for robotic to  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtetr/iceta2016/7095 fatcat:gnset3bsyja6lo7zwyauianti4

Recent Developments for Flexible Pressure Sensors: A Review

Fenlan Xu, Xiuyan Li, Yue Shi, Luhai Li, Wei Wang, Liang He, Ruping Liu
2018 Micromachines  
This review summarizes the research progress of flexible pressure sensors, including three kinds of transduction mechanisms and their respective research developments, and applications in the fields of  ...  Furthermore, the challenges and development trends of E-skin and wearable flexible sensors are also briefly discussed.  ...  The mechanism analyzes the direction and size of three-dimensional (3D) force the sensor received.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mi9110580 pmid:30405027 pmcid:PMC6266671 fatcat:zilrw5p2zvctrobyc4ucjjfv3y

A Micro-Pressure Sensing Method Based on the Micropatterned Electrodes Filled with the Microspheres

2017 Materials  
Here, we introduce a new type of flexible capacitive pressure sensor based on a template of electrodes, with a one-dimensional pyramid micropatterned structure on a Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) substrate  ...  Our flexible capacitive sensor responds not only to pressure but also to bending forces. Our device can be used to monitor the location and distribution of weight pressure.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors highly acknowledge the helpful suggestions and significant guidance from the reviewers.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ma10121439 pmid:29258232 pmcid:PMC5744374 fatcat:hf64vyfhu5gn5o5oefbdj6apf4

Recent Progress in Technologies for Tactile Sensors

Cheng Chi, Xuguang Sun, Ning Xue, Tong Li, Chang Liu
2018 Sensors  
Over the last two decades, considerable scientific and technological efforts have been devoted to developing tactile sensing based on a variety of transducing mechanisms, with prospective applications  ...  Subsequently, typical performances of the sensors, along with their advantages and disadvantages, are compared and analyzed.  ...  Acknowledgments: This work is supported by the Recruitment Program of Global Experts and Frontier Science Key Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (QYZDY-SSW-JSC037).  ... 
doi:10.3390/s18040948 pmid:29565835 pmcid:PMC5948515 fatcat:buh3sbgbjffadgua3tiy47xq5a

Mini Review on Flexible and Wearable Electronics for Monitoring Human Health Information

Yiding Gu, Ting Zhang, Hao Chen, Feng Wang, Yueming Pu, Chunming Gao, Shibin Li
2019 Nanoscale Research Letters  
Flexible and wearable devices based on skin-friendly soft elastic materials can be snugly attached to the surface of human skin, so that a series of vital health information such as wrist pulse, body temperature  ...  Here, we outlined the most common types of wearable electronics for monitoring human health information, including force sensors, temperature sensors, physiological biochemical sensors, and multifunctional  ...  Acknowledgements The authors gratefully acknowledge the financial support given for this work by the National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant Nos. 61421002, 61874150, 61574029, and 61471085  ... 
doi:10.1186/s11671-019-3084-x pmid:31372771 pmcid:PMC6675826 fatcat:whp4afysfncp5nj3zxud54cayq

Design of Flexible Pressure Sensor Based on Conical Microstructure PDMS-Bilayer Graphene

Lixia Cheng, Renxin Wang, Xiaojian Hao, Guochang Liu
2021 Sensors  
The pressure sensor based on conical microstructure PDMS-bilayer graphene can sense the motion of joint well when the index finger is bent, which makes it possible to be applied in electronic skin, flexible  ...  Herein, a relatively high flexible pressure sensor based on piezoresistivity is presented by combining the conical microstructure polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) with bilayer graphene together.  ...  The flexible pressure sensor based on conical microstructure PDMS showed a higher sensitivity than that of flat PDMS when the morphology of graphene and the applied force are the same.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21010289 pmid:33406679 pmcid:PMC7796102 fatcat:i4nx3oqvsfe7dal2lnh5vyxs64

Flexible and Highly Sensitive Pressure Sensors Based on Microstructured Carbon Nanowalls Electrodes

Xi Zhou, Yongna Zhang, Jun Yang, Jialu Li, Shi Luo, Dapeng Wei
2019 Nanomaterials  
Here, we present a highly sensitive, simply fabricated wearable resistive pressure sensor based on three-dimensional microstructured carbon nanowalls (CNWs) embedded in a polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) substrate  ...  The sensitivity of the CNWs/PDMS pressure sensor with irregular microstructures is as high as 6.64 kPa−1 in the low-pressure regime, and remains fairly high (0.15 kPa−1) in the high-pressure regime (~10  ...  Thus, our reported pressure sensor based on microstructured CNWs is compatible for further miniaturization and scalability.  ... 
doi:10.3390/nano9040496 pmid:30939725 pmcid:PMC6523954 fatcat:oij7azsqercmxmetvjick44qsu

A thin-film temperature sensor based on a flexible electrode and substrate

Zhaojun Liu, Bian Tian, Bingfei Zhang, Jiangjiang Liu, Zhongkai Zhang, Song Wang, Yunyun Luo, Libo Zhao, Peng Shi, Qijing Lin, Zhuangde Jiang
2021 Microsystems & Nanoengineering  
Herein, a flexible micro-three-dimensional sensor, with a combination of platinum and indium oxide to form thermocouples, is designed and fabricated by a microfabrication process to achieve in situ real-time  ...  The as-obtained flexible temperature sensor with excellent stability and reliability is expected to greatly contribute to the development of essential components in various emerging research fields, including  ...  Conflict of interest The authors declare no competing interests. Supplementary information The online version contains supplementary material available at https://doi.org/10.1038/s41378-021-00271-0.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41378-021-00271-0 pmid:34094587 pmcid:PMC8166532 fatcat:qxrnfpm7k5gphk2xftfsjkuxxy

Nanoimprint lithography for the manufacturing of flexible electronics

JinYou Shao, XiaoLiang Chen, XiangMing Li, HongMiao Tian, ChunHui Wang, BingHeng Lu
2019 Science China Technological Sciences  
The basic principles, classification, research focus, and critical issues of nanoimprint lithography are elaborated.  ...  Then, the advantages of nanoimprint lithography are demonstrated in several typical applications related to flexible electronics, including conductive films, optoelectronic devices, flexible sensors, energy  ...  (a) Sensor based on tunneling [114] ; (b) sensor based on geometric effects [44] ; (c) sensor based on interlocked micropillar arrays [45] ; Scale bar: 1 μm.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11431-018-9386-9 fatcat:eqdgctg76rhy7nxjozvcfqpo3y

Design of Reduced Graphene Oxide Based Piezo-Resistive Type Acoustic Sensor on Flexible Kapton for Underwater Applications

B. Smitha Pai, M. A. Goutham, Veera Pandin
2019 World Journal of Engineering and Technology  
The experimental results show that fabricated sensor based on MEMS technology and piezoresistive effect is feasible and it possesses intrinsic two-dimensional directivity.  ...  The sensor is designed and fabricated by deposition of RGO on a kapton, which is a flexible substrate by the method of drop casting making the process simple, low-cost and scalable.  ...  Acknowledgements Authors are thankful to the Instrumentation and Applied Physics Department Conflicts of Interest The authors declare no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this paper  ... 
doi:10.4236/wjet.2019.72025 fatcat:tfaskeivxbc6tod7zkmf3pauwu

Decoupling Research on Flexible Tactile Sensors Interfered by White Gaussian Noise Using Improved Radical Basis Function Neural Network

Feilu Wang, Hongqing Pan, Yubing Wang, Ming Zhu, Yong Yu, Junxiang Ding, Feng Shuang
2014 Sensors & Transducers  
Research on tactile sensors to enhance their flexibility and ability of multi- dimensional information detection is a key issue to develop humanoid robots.  ...  In view of that the tactile sensor is often affected by noise, this paper adds different white Gaussian noises (WGN) into the ideal model of flexible tactile sensors based on conductive rubber purposely  ...  As the robot skin, the tactile sensor is required to detect three-dimensional (3-d) information and has good flexibility.  ... 
doaj:860a352af1744c33a2ba888afc3d337b fatcat:wk7v4e744fa5ndfljqn7r7hgpu

Optical modeling of a line-scan optical coherence tomography system for high-speed three-dimensional endoscopic imaging

Mohammad Kamal, Narayanswamy Sivakumar, Muthukumaran Packirisamy, Réal Vallée
2009 Photonics North 2009  
., Stiharu I. and Packirisamy M,"On the development of MEMS based pressure sensors for gas turbine engine", Intl. workshop on Smart Materials and Structures, Conference, CSA, Montreal, Canada, Oct. 23-  ...  Mohammad Kamal, Narayanswamy Sivakumar, and Muthukumaran Packirisamy, Optical modeling of a line-scan optical coherence tomography system for high-speed three-dimensional endoscopic imaging, Proc.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.839593 fatcat:fglaerbklzeczlwklk2h2qyt4q

Human Motion State Recognition Based on Flexible, Wearable Capacitive Pressure Sensors

Qingyang Yu, Peng Zhang, Yucheng Chen
2021 Micromachines  
This proves the feasibility of the human motion state recognition system based on the flexible wearable sensor.  ...  Human motion state recognition technology based on flexible, wearable sensor devices has been widely applied in the fields of human–computer interaction and health monitoring.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mi12101219 pmid:34683270 fatcat:boodecgfxjhdbemrdfpzvdyty4

Textile-Based Flexible Capacitive Pressure Sensors: A Review

Min Su, Pei Li, Xueqin Liu, Dapeng Wei, Jun Yang
2022 Nanomaterials  
The latest research progresses on textile devices with sandwich structures, yarn structures, and in-plane structures are introduced, and the influences of different device structures on performance are  ...  This paper provides a comprehensive review of recent developments in textile-based flexible capacitive pressure sensors.  ...  Acknowledgments: This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC 52175281), Youth Innovation Promotion Association of CAS (2021382), Project of Natural Science Foundation  ... 
doi:10.3390/nano12091495 pmid:35564203 pmcid:PMC9103991 fatcat:6bmrilba6vah5hzhl6uit7d4bm
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