Design and Development of ZnO Based Gas Sensor for Fruit Ripening Detection

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Abstract

This work focuses on the nondestructive fruit ripeness detection system at different maturity stages. The study involved a computational approach whereby the detector is simulated and characterized. The development of the 2 dimensional finite elements provides deeper understanding in an isotropic media of the sensor. The paper presents a sensitive layer of the zinc oxide with a thickness of 0.5 μm on LiNbO3 piezoelectric substrate for ethylene (C2H4) gas sensing application in order to distinguish maturity level of fruits. In addition the sensor acts as a better device for sensing the amount of ethylene gases that releases from mature fruits.

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Hasanuddin, N. H., Wahid, M. H. A., Shahimin, M. M., Hambali, N. A. M. A., Nazir, N. S., Khairuddin, N. Z., … Isa, S. S. M. (2016). Design and Development of ZnO Based Gas Sensor for Fruit Ripening Detection. In MATEC Web of Conferences (Vol. 78). EDP Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1051/matecconf/20167801109

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