A Semiconductor Gas Sensor Array for the Detection of Gas Emissions from Interior Trim Materials in Automobiles 980995
The principles of an electronic nose are described briefly. It is shown how a sensor array in combination with pattern recognition software can be used for quality control and classification of car interior trim materials. Anomalies such as bad smelling leather and carpet are shown as outliers. The results are consistent with GC-MS TVOC measurements as well as with data from a human sensory panel. More needs to be done, however, regarding the sensor stability in particular before the sensor array can be used for routine classification of the trim materials.
Citation: Kalman, E., Winquist, F., Lundström, I., Grönberg, M. et al., "A Semiconductor Gas Sensor Array for the Detection of Gas Emissions from Interior Trim Materials in Automobiles," SAE Technical Paper 980995, 1998, https://doi.org/10.4271/980995. Download Citation
Eva-Lotta Kalman, Fredrik Winquist, Ingemar Lundström, Mona Grönberg, Anders Löfvendahl
Linköpings Universitet, Volvo Car Corporation
International Congress & Exposition
Sensors and Transducers-PT-68, SAE 1998 Transactions - Journal of Materials & Manufacturing-V107-5