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Performer: University of Cincinnati
A) Single point MCCC-FPI sensor resonant peak<br/>shift as a function of temperature;<br/>B) Joint-time-frequency domain operation of 3-poing<br/>MCCC-FPI sensor and distributed measurement;<br/>C) Structure of an a MCCC-FPI microwave cavity<br/>sensor for materials ε, measurement.
A) Single point MCCC-FPI sensor resonant peak
shift as a function of temperature;
B) Joint-time-frequency domain operation of 3-poing
MCCC-FPI sensor and distributed measurement;
C) Structure of an a MCCC-FPI microwave cavity
sensor for materials ε, measurement.
Website: University of Cincinnati
Award Number: FE0022993
Project Duration: 07/01/2014 – 06/30/2017
Total Award Value: $399,666
DOE Share: $399,666
Performer Share: $0
Technology Area: University Training and Research
Key Technology: Sensors & Controls
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

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