Verification test of high flap macrofluidic air flow sensor in wind tunnel

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This air sensor functioning to detect the speed of air surrounding while in motionor a sudden changes in its environment. The effect of fast detection of a security sensor through the high sensitivity of the airflow sensor has enabled the system to identify and analyze the critical condition in higher accuracy compared to the conventional of any security system. Previous studies have developed the macrofluidic air flow sensor that observed the air flow in higher accuracy while the sensor in motion will be verified by detection of high sensitivity in the relative velocity of the airflow sensor compared to a conventional sensor. An experimental investigation was conducted to verify macrofluidic air flow sensor in wind tunnel by control velocity of range (30 to 110 km/h). The result shows the characterization of the changes in voltage reading with respect to the airflow speed in the wind tunnel. Sensor 1 to 4 have been placed at 0 to 360 degree of orientation with respective of 90 degree space interval.




Amari, M. D. B., Abdullah, S. C., & Kamil, M. I. H. B. A. (2019). Verification test of high flap macrofluidic air flow sensor in wind tunnel. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(1), 5672–5676.

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