Report About Flexible Encapsulated MEMS Pressure Sensor System for Biomechanical Applications

In this report we can find explanation like pressure, sensor system, sensors, micro sensor, human interface, and stability. Many explanation related to linearity, polymer pressure sensor, performance characteristics, performance, pressure offset, pressure sensor system, and characteristics are presented inside this report.

The report contains info around system, hysteresis, sensor systems, polymer sensor, viscosity, biomechanical, and biomechanical applications. Here are some excerpt from the report:

There are currently two views regarding the pace of MEMS commercialization: very slow, by many of MEMS promoters; and very fast, by many companies whose products are replaced by MEMS substitutes (Walsh et al., 1996). Even though MEMS pressure sensors (Motorola, 1994) are commercially available, the potential of these sensors has not been fully exploited. The commercialization process may be rapidly enhanced and expanded with suitable packaging technology. One promising application is in human interface pressure measurement in biomechanics. Human-equipment interface pressure is strongly related to comfort, injury, and limb debilitation (Gross et al., 1994; Guirini et al., 1993; Mueller, 1992; Young, 1993; Wilson, 1992; Webster, 1991).

Also, this report presents discussion such as conductive polymer sensor, polymer sensor systems, pressure sensor device, measurement, pressure sensor, biomechanical application, and pressure transmission.

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