1. Technology and application оf electrochemical motion sensors

Vladimir G. Krishtop; Dmitry A. Zhevnenko; Evgeny G. Gornev; Sergey S. Vergeles; Alexander S. Bugaev; Vladimir G. Popov; Pavel V. Dudkin; Sergey V. Kohanovsky; Tatyana V. Krishtop

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2019, Pages 3-9

Abstract
  In this paper, we consider technology and application of electrochemical transducers (ECT). Electrochemical systems are very promising for the development of a new element base for microelectronics. One of the most important directions is the design of micro-sized electrochemical acceleration and pressure ...  Read More

2. Bio-Polymers for Green Composites

Claudio Scarponi

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2019, Pages 18-25

Abstract
  The purpose of the paper is the description of the main applications of the so-called “Green Composites”, composed by natural fibers, such as hemp and flax, embedded by bio-polymers and the contribution of such materials to the reduction of the environmental pollution. Since the Kyoto Conference ...  Read More

3. Using gestures to interact with home automation systems

Marcel Lowell Villanueva; Olaf Droegehorn

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2019, Pages 10-17

Abstract
  Homes and working spaces are considered significant contributors to the top percentage of energy consumption and carbon emissions worldwide. Previous studies in the field of home- and building automation have demonstrated the sustainability gain brought by smart home solutions, in terms of energy-efficiency, ...  Read More

4. Modeling of Transferring Processes in the Planar Electrochemical Sensors

Dmitry A. Zhevnenko; Evgeny G. Gornev; Sergey S. Vergeles; Tatyana V. Krishtop; Vladimir G. Krishtop

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2019, Pages 26-29

Abstract
  Planar ECTs (electrochemical transducers) are the new type of sensors, which are very effective for measuring pressure and motions (velocity and acceleration). These sensors are characterized by an exceptionally high sensitivity to mechanical action due to high rate of transducing of the mechanic signal ...  Read More

5. Ion-adsorption Kinetics in Polymers

Masashi Hatanaka

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2019, Pages 30-34

Abstract
  A useful formulation of ion-adsorption kinetics is introduced based on our recent researches. The chemical reaction kinetics and diffusion kinetics are simultaneously analyzed combining with the Einstein’s viscosity formula. The rate-determining steps are quantitatively determined by estimating ...  Read More

6. Dust concentration detection system based on wireless sensor network

Zhang Quanzhu; Zhao Zimei; Qian Huifa; Ge Yanxiang

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2019, Pages 35-39

Abstract
  In order to solve the problem of continuous large-scale detection of dust detection system in mines, a dust detection system based on wireless sensor network is designed. The system is composed of data acquisition node, ZigBee coordinator and ARM9 processor S3C2440. The data acquisition node includes ...  Read More

7. Indoors Wi-Fi fall Detector Buckle for the Elderly

Maykon Christian Meneghel; Percy Nohama; Guilherme Nunes Nogueira Neto

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2019, Pages 40-45

Abstract
  Accidental falls may occur in the elderly, especially older than 65 years. Among the intrinsic factors that corroborate this fatality are the physiological changes resulting from the aging process. Factors such as inadequate lighting, uneven ground, or some obstacles along the way also contribute to ...  Read More

8. Factors Affecting the Synthesis of Nano-Structure Materials

Lila A. Alkhtaby

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2019, Pages 46-47

Abstract
  We have to study the factors affecting the synthesis of Co doping ZnO Nano powder with the sol – gel method to study the effect of quantity or doping concentration   we fix the reaction base at pH = 9  and change the doping concentration the  structural  and morphology ...  Read More

9. Residual Stress and Wear Studies of Deep Cryogenically Treated SAE 52100 Bearing Steel

R. Sri Siva; M. Shunmuga Priyan

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2019, Pages 48-54

Abstract
  The effect of cryogenic treatment on the enhancement of tensile residual stress resistance in the SAE 52100 bearing steel was studied using X-Ray diffraction technique. The tensile residual stress behaviour is assessed by X-Ray diffractometer as per the ASTM standard E2860-12. Refinement of carbide particle ...  Read More