Useful websites for mechnical engineering research:
- HyperPhysics: an exploration environment from Georgia State University for concepts in physics which employs concept maps and other linking strategies to facilitate smooth navigation.
- HyperMath: a growing collection from Georgia State University of examples of applied mathematics with links to their applications to problems in physics and astronomy.
- MathSearch: search a collection of over 200,000 documents on mathematics and statistics servers across the Web.
- eFunda: online reference for the mechanical engineering community. Includes formulas, data on materials and processes, conversion tables, calculators, and more.
- Google Patent Search: full text search of all published and issued patents.
- U.S. Patents and Trademarks Office: full text search of all published and issued patents.
Educational articles about the magnetic sensor industry that explain old concepts and present new ideas.
- Accurate Measurement of Angle Position at High Angular Velocities – Don Payne
- A New Perspective on Magnetic Field Sensing – Michael J. Caruso, Tamara Bratland, Carl H. Smith, and Robert Schneider
- A New Sensor ASIC for Changing Magnetic Fields – Tim White
- Magnetic Sensors and Timing Applications – Louis Law
- Anisotropic Magnetoresistive Sensors: Theory and Applications – Michael J. Caruso, Tamara Bratland, Carl H. Smith, and Robert Schneider
- Ten Easy Things to Do with Magnetic Sensors – Ed Ramsden
- Neodymium-Iron-Boron Magnets: Flexibility in Sensor Design – David Miller and Peter Campbell
- An Advanced Steering Wheel Sensor – Asad M. Madni and Roger F. Wells
- Low-Field Magnetic Sensing with GMR Sensors – Carl H. Smith and Robert W. Schneider
Magnetic sensors detect changes and disturbances in a magnetic field like flux, strength and direction. Other types of detection sensors work with characteristics like temperature, pressure, light. From established knowledge about the existing magnetic field and the...read more
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