Development of a Space-charge-sensing System
AbstractA system for remotely measuring the distribution of air space charge in real time is developed. The system consists of a loudspeaker and an electric field antenna. By propagating a burst of directional sound wave from the speaker, a modulation in the space charge and, therefore, an electric field change at ground is produced. The distribution of the space charge density is derived from the E-field change which can be measured by the E- field antenna. The developed system has been confirmed by both laboratory and field experiments. View Full-Text
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Hazmi, A.; Takagi, N.; Wang, D.; Watanabe, T. Development of a Space-charge-sensing System. Sensors 2007, 7, 3058-3070.
Hazmi A, Takagi N, Wang D, Watanabe T. Development of a Space-charge-sensing System. Sensors. 2007; 7(12):3058-3070.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hazmi, Ariadi; Takagi, Nobuyuki; Wang, Daohong; Watanabe, Teiji. 2007. "Development of a Space-charge-sensing System." Sensors 7, no. 12: 3058-3070.