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On the Applicability of Silicon Carbide Based Field Effect Sensors in the Control of Exhaust/Flue Gas After-Treatment Systems

By Mike Andersson, Lida Khajavizadeh and Anita Lloyd Spetz

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The performance of Silicon Carbide based field effect gas sensor devices, modified to enable long-term reliable operation with improved sensitivity to e.g., NH<sub>3</sub> and CO at relevant temperatures for exhaust/flue gas emissions monitoring and control of combustion processes as well as after-treatment systems in automotive/stationary applications has been investigated with promising results

Topics: Field Effect Sensors, Silicon Carbide, MOSFETs, Combustion Control, Process Control, Emissions Monitoring, Exhaust after-treatment, Flue Gas Cleaning, General Works, A
Publisher: MDPI AG
Year: 2018
DOI identifier: 10.3390/proceedings2131068
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:94a2e914620940ffa7accc844fef3e70
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