Effects of solvents for luminophore on dynamic and static characteristics of sprayable polymer/ceramic pressure-sensitive paint

Yasuhiro Egami, Shota Konishi, Yudai Sato, yu Matsuda

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    Polymer/ceramic pressure sensitive paint (PC-PSP) is an optical fast-responding pressure sensor. PC-PSP consists of a polymer and particles as the material for a porous binder layer, and a pressure-sensitive luminophore. The solution of the polymer and particles, and then the solution of the luminophore are separately applied to a model surface. The response time of PSP is mainly determined by the thickness and oxygen diffusivity of the binder layer. However, we found that PC-PSP showed the significantly different response time depending on the solvents for the luminophore despite the same total thickness of the binder layer. Therefore, we investigated the effect of solvents in dissolving luminophore on the PC-PSP characteristics including response time, pressure sensitivity, and luminescence lifetime. PC-PSP's prepared with solvents for luminophore that poorly dissolve the polymer in the binder layer achieved a faster response time of those prepared with solvents that can dissolve the polymer. Furthermore, it was also found that the solvents caused the change in the response time, luminescence intensity and luminescence lifetime of PC-PSP. We have concluded that the different solubility of the solvents may provide the different state of porous structure and the local distribution of luminophore in the binder layer, and it causes the variation of the dynamic and static characteristics of PC-PSP.

    元の言語English
    ページ(範囲)188-194
    ページ数7
    ジャーナルSensors and Actuators, A: Physical
    286
    DOI
    出版物ステータスPublished - 2019 2 1

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    pressure sensitive paints
    static characteristics
    Paint
    dynamic characteristics
    Polymers
    ceramics
    polymers
    Binders
    Luminescence
    luminescence
    life (durability)
    Pressure sensors
    pressure sensors
    diffusivity
    dissolving
    solubility
    Solubility

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      ASJC Scopus subject areas

      • Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
      • Instrumentation
      • Condensed Matter Physics
      • Surfaces, Coatings and Films
      • Metals and Alloys
      • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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