Volume 6, Issue 4, December 2018, Page: 43-52
Curvature as Obstacle to a Photo-Resistor Sensor of Illumining and Their Minimal Sensing Region Part II: Their Transitory Analysis and the Non-Dimensional λ
Francisco Bulnes, IINAMEI, International Advanced Research in Mathematics and Engineering, Chalco, Mexico
Isaías Martínez, IINAMEI, International Advanced Research in Mathematics and Engineering, Chalco, Mexico
Rocío Cayetano, IINAMEI, International Advanced Research in Mathematics and Engineering, Chalco, Mexico
Andy Rodríguez, Electronic Engineering Division GI-Tescha, Chalco, Mexico
Isaí M. Martínez, Technological Institute of Querétaro, Electronics Engineering, Querétaro, Mexico
Received: Oct. 23, 2018;       Accepted: Nov. 8, 2018;       Published: Feb. 26, 2019
DOI: 10.11648/j.ijssn.20180604.11      View  23      Downloads  11
Abstract
In this study are analyzed from point of view of laboratory and test-rehearsals the functioning of an illuminating sensor considering the fact that the measures and sensing must be realized to start of the response signal to the luminous efficiency described for their mean foreseen behavior given for the corresponding integral equation to their efficiency. Here are considered the efficiency function and the response signal of the sensor. The integral equation represents the functioning of the sensor submitted to a luminous efficiency λ, which will be relevant to the detection and measure of the illuminating curvature energy. Also are obtained images of spectra bandwidth of the mean curvature spectra and the dimensionless value λ. In this last point are established two important results, one theorem and one lemma in signal and systems analysis applied to the efficacies and efficiency of the illuminating sensor considering the energy spectra of the curvature, the luminous energy, and the illuminating energy density. Likewise, is determined the curvature energy as the first order derivative of illuminating energy density divided for the electric charge used in the photo-resistive component of the sensor. Also are obtained 2-dimensional geometrical models or behavior surfaces of curvature energy, efficiency and their efficacies accord with the laboratory results.
Keywords
Curvature Energy, Illuminating Sensor, Luminous Efficiency, Luminous Intensity, Sensing Obstacle Problem
To cite this article
Francisco Bulnes, Isaías Martínez, Rocío Cayetano, Andy Rodríguez, Isaí M. Martínez, Curvature as Obstacle to a Photo-Resistor Sensor of Illumining and Their Minimal Sensing Region Part II: Their Transitory Analysis and the Non-Dimensional λ, International Journal of Sensors and Sensor Networks. Vol. 6, No. 4, 2018, pp. 43-52. doi: 10.11648/j.ijssn.20180604.11
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