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Meeting 2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Recent Advances in Functional Materials and 2D/3D Processing for Sensors, Energy Storage, and Electronic Applications
Presentation Title 3D Printed Passive Sensors- An Overview
Author(s) Vishal R. Mehta, Nuggehalli M Ravindra
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Vishal R. Mehta
Abstract Scope Recent advances in 3D printed passive sensors have opened up new markets in a variety of applications. In order to function, passive sensors do not need any outside power and directly create an output response. These sensors either measure pressure or humidity or temperature or smoke or gases such as Ammonia, SO2, CO and CO2. Advanced 3D filaments/materials are enabling industry to design and manufacture reliable, accurate and cost-effective sensors rapidly to address the requirements of food & drug industry, monitoring the environment, and biomedical, renewable energy, soft robotics related applications. The talk will highlight improvements in the manufacture of these sensors and present various case studies. A summary of the market and recent patents related to the 3D printed passive sensors will be presented.
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Keywords Characterization, Polymers, Process Technology


3D Printed Passive Sensors- An Overview
Additive Manufacturing of NdFeB Bonded Permanent Magnets: Prospects and Challenges
Advancing Multiscale 3D Printing of Bioelectronics with Soft Matter Physics
Binary Metal Selenide Nano-wires Wrapped over Carbon Fibers for A Binder-free Anode of Sodium Ion Batteries
Copper-Carbon Nanotube Composites Enabled by Electrospinning for Advanced Conductors
Design of Materials for Advanced Energy Storage
Direct Metal Contacts Printing on 4H-SiC for Radiation Detection
High Strength Nanotwinned Copper Foils for Current Collectors in Lithium Ion Battery
Modeling of Rheological Properties of Metal Nanoparticle Conductive Inks for Printed Electronics
Nano and Micro Morphologies Developed during Remelting of Complex Structures
Nanostructured Thin Film Enabled Thermal Emission Based Passive Sensing for Extreme Environment Applications with Optical Fibers
Performance of Chromium Doped Zinc Selenide Nanocrystals: Morphological and Fluorescence Characteristics
Revealing Meso-structure Dynamics in Additive Manufacturing of Energy Storage via Operando Coherent X-ray Scattering
Self-assembly of Particles on Surface of Drops
Self-Assembly Synthesis and Interfacial Control of Electrode Architectures
Sterilize and Recharge Masks Simultaneously for Safe Reuse
Understanding the diminished variabilities in Ag-doped crystalline ZnO based threshold switching selectors for 3D cross-point memory

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