Metamaterial-based fuel sensor application with three rhombus slots

Tumkaya, Mehmet Ali
Sabah, Cumali
In this paper, a sensor structure operating in the microwave frequency band is used and it is aimed to determine whether fuel samples are branded or not. In the literature, the studies on the sensor applications of metamaterials (MTMs) have increased considerably in recent years. However, this study, unlike other studies, focuses on determining the changes in electromagnetic parameters of different fuel samples at X band frequencies. For this purpose, the electromagnetic properties of the branded and unbranded fuel samples are measured experimentally. Then, simulation studies are carried out using the experimental results and the dimensions of the resonators are optimized to determine the most suitable structure. Fabrication of MTM sensor structure is then performed using optimized dimensions. Finally, the experimental study is carried out using the sensor structure.


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In this paper, a rectangular split ring resonator-type metamaterial (MTM) sensor application is demonstrated in order to examine concrete materials. First, different types of concrete materials including carbon steel fiber with the purity ratio of 0.5%, 1% and 1.5% were prepared by using cement and water and their electrical properties were determined via Nicolson-Ross-Weir tehcnique. After that, compatible MTM-based sensor structure was designed and proposed. In order to find out the effect of the humidity...
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The proposed study presents an electromagnetic (EM) energy harvesting and density sensor application based on a perfect metamaterial absorber (MA) in microwave frequency regime. In order to verify the absorption behavior of the structure, its absorption behavior is experimentally tested along with the energy harvesting and sensing abilities. The absorption value is experimentally found 0.9 at the resonance frequency of 4.75 GHz. In order to harvest the EM energy, chips resistors are used. In addition, the s...
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Chiral metamaterial-based sensor is designed for sensing the change in substance ratio of chemical substances when combined with distilled water. These samples have been prepared with 10%, 50% and 90% volume fraction of methanol, ethanol, acetone, ammonia and isopropyl alcohol. The complex permittivity of the prepared samples has been measured by Agilent 85070E dielectric probe kit and compared with the simulations. In the proposed design, linear shifts with the frequency bands of more than 100 MHz are obse...
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We calculate the Raman frequencies of the E-g mode and, the low and high frequency T-g mode as a function of temperature at a constant pressure of 2.85 kbar in the alpha-phase of solid nitrogen. The Raman frequencies of those lattice modes are calculated using the volume data from the literature at various temperatures (2.85 kbar) for the alpha-phase of solid N-2 through the mode Gruneisen parameter. Our predicted Raman frequencies can be compared with the experimental data and by this method the Raman freq...
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M. A. Tumkaya, E. ÜNAL, and C. Sabah, “Metamaterial-based fuel sensor application with three rhombus slots,” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS B, pp. 0–0, 2019, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: