The employment of sensors in harsh environments [1] is a challenging engineering task, occurring more frequently than it might be expected. So, the availability of reliable and accurate sensors is a task in great demand. However, this imply an effort demanding and an expensive design. In this frame we can place the present contribution which aims to develop a simple, robust magnetic filed sensor to be exploited in harsh conditions, such as the the Tokamak vessel for nuclear fusion experiments [2] where the presence of standard sensors based on electronic circuits based and hall effect is almost impossible. © 2015 IEEE.

Magnetic field sensors based on galfenol with variable measurable ranges

Polimadei, A.;Cianfarani, C.;Caponero, M.A.
2015

Abstract

The employment of sensors in harsh environments [1] is a challenging engineering task, occurring more frequently than it might be expected. So, the availability of reliable and accurate sensors is a task in great demand. However, this imply an effort demanding and an expensive design. In this frame we can place the present contribution which aims to develop a simple, robust magnetic filed sensor to be exploited in harsh conditions, such as the the Tokamak vessel for nuclear fusion experiments [2] where the presence of standard sensors based on electronic circuits based and hall effect is almost impossible. © 2015 IEEE.
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