Examination of silver–graphite lithographically printed resistive strain sensors
journal contributionposted on 2011-06-15, 15:08 authored by Gareth I. Hay, Darren SoutheeDarren Southee, Peter S.A. Evans, David J. Harrison, George Simpson, Blue J. Ramsey
This paper reports the design and manufacture of three differing types of resistive strain sensitive structures fabricated using the Conductive Lithographic Film (CLF) printing process. The structures, utilising two inks prepared with silver and graphite particulates as the conductive phase, have been analysed to determine electrical and mechanical properties with respect to strain, temperature and humidity when deposited on four alternative substrate materials (GlossArt, PolyArt, Teslin and Melinex).
CitationHAY, G.I. ... et al, 2007. Examination of silver–graphite lithographically printed resistive strain sensors. Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, 135 (2), pp. 534–546.
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