Surface temperature measurements using a thin film thermal array

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va .

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StatementL.A. Dillon-Townes ... [et al.].
SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 101549.
ContributionsDillon-Townes, Lawrence A., Langley Research Center.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL14662480M

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A thin film device was designed and fabricated to measure surface temperatures. An array of eight integrated thermal sensors are mounted on a inch ( mm) Kapton film and multiplexed to. A thin film device was designed and fabricated to measure surface temperatures.

An array of eight integrated thermal sensors are mounted on a inch ( mm) Kapton film and multiplexed to obtain an area thermal measurement. Get this from a library.

Surface temperature measurements using a thin film thermal array. [Lawrence A Dillon-Townes; Langley Research Center.;]. A study of the sliding surface temperature using multi-junction thin film thermocouples is presented in this paper.

Multi-junction TFTC arrays with three or four copper and nickel junctions were made using thin film deposition techniques and were used to measure surface temperatures during oscillatory sliding in a pin-on-flat configuration and unidirectional sliding in a rotary face seal by: temperature resolution of K.

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The sensors are fabricated in the NASA Lewis Research Center's Thin Film Sensor Lab, which is a Class Clean Room. The thermocouples are platinum% rhodium vs platinum and are fabricated by the sputtering process.

Thin film-to-leadwire connections are made using the parallel-gap. In the current work, a quasi-steady state thermoreflectance measurement is used to determine the temperature distribution of a thin film gold interconnect ( nm) undergoing Joule heating.

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It is demonstrated that the effective thermal conductivity increases as a function of the thickness of thin film ( × 10−3, × 10−3 and × 10−3 W m−1 K−1 are measured. A thin-film multi-junction thermocouple array was sputter deposited using a magnetron sputter coater. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) characterisation techniques were carried out to understand characteristics of the thin film before and after temperature (20 °C– °C) by: 5.

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Thus, a desired thin film CTE can be obtained by tuning the. The paper introduces the technology of MEMS and its advantages in the manufacture of aerospace sensors. According to the requirements of spacecraft surface temperature measurement, a K-type (NiCr/NiSi) thin film thermocouple is designed.

The graphic process design of thin film thermocouple is studied, including thermal junction and thin film lead wires. The test shows that the response time of. Thin-Film Transistors. The nm-thick Al gate electrode was formed by thermal evaporation using a shadow mask. The aluminum oxide gate dielectric layer was formed by potentiostatic anodization under ambient conditions.

A M citric acid monohydrate (C 6 H 8 O 7 H 2 O) electrolyte was prepared using ultrapure (18 MΩ cm) water.

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While there is a wide literature on thermal measurements on a thin film deposited on a substrate, standing thin films 21– This paper develops a variation of the 3 method for a simul-taneous measurement of in-plane thermal conductivity and File Size: KB. surface temperature designated T S, and the other two elements under the film of thermal resistance (A & D) are at the temperature T F temperature coefficient of resistance.

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Impact of Experimental Timescale and Geometry on Thin-Film Thermal Property Measurements1 whose internal or boundary thermal properties govern the surface temperature response change with the measurement frequency. Thin-Film Thermal Property Measurements As stated earlier, only IR wavelengths between microns and 20 microns are used for practical temperature measurement.

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Theoretical Basis for IR Temperature Measurement. Series F (such as F) are thin film 2 wire RTD elements on a flat ceramic base.

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