Sensors Applications: 5 Volumes

Sensors Applications: 5 Volumes

Editor(s): Joachim Hesse, Julian W. Gardner, Wolfgang Göpel†

Published Online: 14 FEB 2008

Print ISBN: 9783527295654

Online ISBN: 9783527619252

DOI: 10.1002/9783527619252

About this Book

The book series Sensors Applications covers the application of up-to-date sensor principles in key areas, meeting the growing need for comprehensive information on the wide variety of available systems and their purposes, potentials, applications and limitations.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Sensors in Manufacturing

    1. Chapter 4.7

      Sensors for Process Monitoring: Welding (pages 286–307)

      H. D. Haferkamp, F. v. Alvensleben, M. Niemeyer, W. Specker and M. Zelt

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  2. Part II: Sensors in Intelligent Buildings

    1. Chapter 1

      Introduction (pages 1–25)

      Dr. Oliver Gassmann and Prof. Dr. Hans Meixner

    2. Chapter 6.2

      System Technologies: System Technologies for Private Homes (pages 511–558)

      Friedrich Schneider, Lars Binternagel, Yuriy Kyselytsya, Wolfgang Müller, Thomas Schlütsmeier, Bernhard Schreyer, Rostislav Stolyar, Kay Werthschulte, Günter Westermeir, Dirk Wölfle and Thomas Weinzierl

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  3. Part III: Sensors in Medicine and Health Care

    1. Chapter 1

      Introduction (pages 1–13)

      Prof. P. Å. Öberg, Prof. F. A. Spelman and Prof. T. Togawa

    2. Chapter 9

      Cardiac Pacemakers (pages 283–308)

      B. Hensel, G. Czygan, I. Weiss and T. Nappholz

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  4. Part IV: Sensors for Automotive Applications

    1. Chapter 1

      Overview (pages 1–4)

      Dr.-Ing. Jiri Marek and Dr. Hans-Peter Trah

    2. Chapter 2

      Automotive Sensor Market (pages 5–19)

      Dr. Karl-Franz Reinhart and Dr. Matthias Illing

    3. Chapter 4

      Design Methodology (pages 39–72)

      Dr. Reinhard Neul, Dr. Hans-Reiner Krauss, Dr. Gunar Lorenz and Joe Repke

    4. Chapter 5

      Technology (pages 73–236)

      Daniel Lapadatu, Prof. Dr. Henrik Jakobsen, Bob Sulouff, Dr. Jan Peter Stadler, Michael Offenberg, Dr. Franz Lärmer, Ralf Henn, Toshio Honma, Dr. Stefan Finkbeiner, Dr. Matthias Fürtsch, Dr. Harald Neumann, Hans-Martin Wiedenmann, Dr. Johann Riegel, Dr. Henrik Siegle, Kurt Weiblen, Dr. Roland Müller-Fiedler, Winfried Schönenborn, Dr. Frank Schatz and Dr. Gottfried Flik

    5. Chapter 6

      Evaluation Circuits (pages 237–267)

      Prof. Bernhard Boser, Dr. Rainer Kienzler and Oliver Schatz

    6. Chapter 7

      Applications: Sections 7.1–7.4 (pages 269–342)

      Prof. Dr. David J. Monk, Dragan Mladenoric, Mark Skaw, Oliver Schatz, Prof. Dr. Iwao Yokomori, Prof. Dr. Yasutoshi Suzuki and Jörg Gebers

    7. Chapter 7

      Applications: Sections 7.5–7.13 (pages 343–473)

      Aldo Bojarski, Werner Fichte, Dr. Uwe Konzelmann, Prof. Dr. Peter Knoll, Matthias Mörbe, Günter Zwiener, Prof. Dr. Iwao Yokomori, Prof. Dr. Yasutoshi Suzuki, Prof. Dr. Peter Kofink and Cord von Hörsten

    8. Chapter 7

      Applications: Sections 7.14–7.20 (pages 474–544)

      Andreas Schneider, Dr. Johann Riegel, Hans-Martin Wiedenmann, Dr. Harald Neumann, Dr. Dietmar Schmitt, Klaus Dieter Frers, Prof. Dr. Bernhard Jakoby, Falk Herrmann, Dr. Henrik Siegle, Norbert Normann, Gunter Schulze and Wolfgang Keller

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  5. Part V: Sensors in Household Appliances

    1. Chapter 3

      Appliances and Sensors (pages 19–80)

      G. Wentzlaff, R. Herden, R. Stamminger, H. Janssen, H.-W. Etzkorn, S. Rusche, J. Goschnick, R. Körber, T. Bij De Leij and B. Kraus

    2. Chapter 4

      Sensorics for Detergency (pages 81–115)

      W. Buchmeier, M. Dreja, W. von Rybinski, P. Schmiedel and T. Weiss

    3. Chapter 5

      Sensor Related Topics (pages 117–210)

      M. Muziol, U. Meier, U. Hoefer, M. Meggle, O. Hilt, T. Weiss, E. Huber, R. Herden and H. Steinmueller

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