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Salim M.;Yaacob M.;Marcus T.;David M.;Hussin N.;Ibrahim M.;Azmi A.;Ngajikin N.;Dooly G.;Lewis E.
2015
January
Jurnal Teknologi
Analysis of optimized and improved low cost carbon dioxide (Co2) reflective mid-infrared gas sensor
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CO 2 Efficiency Mid-infrared Optimization Power detection Reflective gas sensor ZEMAX
73
3
63
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2015 Penerbit UTM Press. All rights reserved. The optimized structure of CO2gas sensor has been simulated consists of low cost components and easy for fabrication. The structure is based on reflective type gas cell using aluminium material. Optimization was made on radius of aluminium surface to enhance the performance of the sensor. The results show that the gas sensor is fully optimized and able to detect higher power efficiently. It is proven that the optimized CO2gas sensor of 8-Multiple-Input-Single-Output (MISO) has capability to gain power of at least 1.0 Watt with 12.5% efficiency. However, Single-Input-Single-Output (SISO) has shown greater efficiency as it can detect 29.1% of total power supplied with the lowest Merit Function (MF) value of 0.648.
0127-9696
10.11113/jt.v73.4248
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