GS3: Application of Advanced Signal Processing and System Design for Solid-State Hydrogen Sensors
This presentation provides an overview of recent developments in Palladium-based thin film sensors to improve accuracy, accelerate sensor response, enhance pressure compensation, and extend calibration intervals.
Attendees will learn:
- A reference cycle approach to dynamically eliminate drift in a chemical sensor.
- A dynamic pressure compensation method that integrates a pressure sensor with different transient characteristics for hydrogen measurement.
- A calibration methodology that systematically incorporates nonlinearities in sensor response and maintains accuracy for sensors with nonlinear characteristics.
- Computationally efficient signal processing method to accelerate sensor response without compromising accuracy and stability.