Development of the Third Generation JPL Electronic Nose for International Space Station Technology Demonstration 2007-01-3149
The capabilities of the JPL Electronic Nose have been expanded to include characteristics required for a Technology Demonstration schedule on the International Space Station (ISS) in 2008-2009 [1,2]. Concurrently, to accommodate specific needs on ISS, the processes, tools and analyses which influence all aspects of development of the device have also been expanded. The Third Generation ENose developed for this program uses two types of sensor substrates, newly developed inorganic and organic sensor materials, redesigned electronics, onboard near real-time data analysis and power and data interfaces specifically for ISS. This paper will discuss the Third Generation ENose with a focus on detection of mercury in the parts-per-billion range.
Citation: Shevade, A., Homer, M., Zhou, H., Jewell, A. et al., "Development of the Third Generation JPL Electronic Nose for International Space Station Technology Demonstration," SAE Technical Paper 2007-01-3149, 2007, https://doi.org/10.4271/2007-01-3149. Download Citation
A. V. Shevade, M. L. Homer, H. Zhou, A. D. Jewell, A. K. Kisor, K.S. Manatt, J. Torres, J. Soler, S.-P.S. Yen, M. A. Ryan, M. Blanco, W. A. Goddard
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Materials Simulation Center, California Institute of Technology
International Conference On Environmental Systems
SAE 2007 Transactions Journal of Aerospace-V116-1