Thermal noise estimation in bio-inspired hair flow sensor


Dagamseh, A. and Krijnen, G. (2009) Thermal noise estimation in bio-inspired hair flow sensor. In: First International Conference on Natural and Biomimetic Mechanosensing, 26-28 October 2009, Dresden, Germany (pp. p. 64).

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Abstract:In micromachining technology, the reduction in the size of the moving structures has many advantages in different applications. However, these moving structures are subjected to mechanical noise resulting from the molecule agitation. In this abstract, we investigate the thermal-mechanical noise in our artificial hair-flow sensor. The realization of such sensors with high sensitivities requires designs with both low thermal-mechanical noise and high-resolution of angular displacement.
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