2009 International Conference on Information Technology and Computer Science 2009
DOI: 10.1109/itcs.2009.77
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“…For a given actuation voltage, it was shown that an ice-covered diaphragm exhibits a smaller deflection than a corresponding ice-free diaphragm. Another kind of ice detection system designed for aircrafts is obtained using fiber optics [12,13,20,21]. When there is no ice accretion on the probe surface, the light from the emitter propagates through the source fiber bundle into the air, and no signal can be detected by the destination fiber bundle.…”
Section: State Of the Artmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For a given actuation voltage, it was shown that an ice-covered diaphragm exhibits a smaller deflection than a corresponding ice-free diaphragm. Another kind of ice detection system designed for aircrafts is obtained using fiber optics [12,13,20,21]. When there is no ice accretion on the probe surface, the light from the emitter propagates through the source fiber bundle into the air, and no signal can be detected by the destination fiber bundle.…”
Section: State Of the Artmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…To fulfill these functions, the coatings themselves have to remain intact for a long time in a harsh environment. Photo and hydrolytic degradations respectively caused by sunlight and humidity are two common processes occurred, resulting in changes in all aspects and properties of automotive coatings (Yari, et al, 2009a;2009b;Ramezanzadeh, et al, 2012a). These chemical alterations may greatly influence all aspects of the coating.…”
Section: Weathering Resistant Automotive Coatingsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The sensor was able to detect the presence of frost and ice with high sensitivity due to the extreme difference in permittivity between water (ε = 90) and ice (ε = 3.2) at 0 °C and 5 GHz. Another real time, planar ice sensor involved a capacitive sensor developed by Cho et al This sensor is similar to an SRR but has limitations, namely, a much lower quality factor, making it more susceptible to noise. Fiber optic sensors have also been tested as ice and frost sensors for aircraft showing high sensitivity to thickness and ice type by Li et al However, these sensors are fragile and may not be ideal for use under extreme conditions that may be experienced in flight.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%