Temperature Effect On Behaviour of Photo Catalytic Sensor (PCS) Used For Water Quality Monitoring
14 Pages Posted: 8 Jul 2020
Date Written: July 2, 2020
The macro model for Photo Catalytic Sensor (PCS) proposed by Whig et al. (2014) has excellent improvement as it overcomes several problems like sophisticated designing, non-linearity, and long computation time found in the flow injection analysis (FIA). In this paper, the impact of variation in temperature on the behavior of novel PCS is presented. The paper proposes an approach for easy and fast operation optimization of the power of electronic devices using the Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis (SPICE) model. The research studies include the effect of temperature on the threshold voltage, body leakage current, and the drain and source contact resistance. It mainly focuses on a more general user-friendly quick response time approach. Some exciting results, including the effect of change in the sensor output signal's strength with second-order parameters discussed above, are helpful during the fabrication of the device. The Simulation of PCS has been carried out in VLSI Lab, and experimental results are included to validate the findings. The results of the simulation were found to be somewhat in agreement with the theoretical predictions.
Keywords: Photo Catalytic Sensor (PCS), flow injection analysis (FIA), SPICE, VLSI
JEL Classification: O32
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