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Environmental control system fluid sensing system and method

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Environmental control system fluid sensing system and method. / Matsiev, L (Inventor); Kolosov, Oleg (Inventor); Uhrich, M (Inventor); Rust, William (Inventor); Feland, John (Inventor); Varni, John (Inventor); Walker, Blake (Inventor).

Patent No.: US 2005/0145019 A1. Jul 07, 2005.

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Harvard

Matsiev, L, Kolosov, O, Uhrich, M, Rust, W, Feland, J, Varni, J & Walker, B Jul. 07 2005, Environmental control system fluid sensing system and method, Patent No. US 2005/0145019 A1. <http://www.google.com/patents/US20050145019>

APA

Matsiev, L., Kolosov, O., Uhrich, M., Rust, W., Feland, J., Varni, J., & Walker, B. (2005). Environmental control system fluid sensing system and method. (Patent No. US 2005/0145019 A1). http://www.google.com/patents/US20050145019

Vancouver

Matsiev L, Kolosov O, Uhrich M, Rust W, Feland J, Varni J et al, inventors. Environmental control system fluid sensing system and method. US 2005/0145019 A1. 2005 Jul 7.

Author

Matsiev, L (Inventor) ; Kolosov, Oleg (Inventor) ; Uhrich, M (Inventor) ; Rust, William (Inventor) ; Feland, John (Inventor) ; Varni, John (Inventor) ; Walker, Blake (Inventor). / Environmental control system fluid sensing system and method. Patent No.: US 2005/0145019 A1. Jul 07, 2005.

Bibtex

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title = "Environmental control system fluid sensing system and method",
abstract = "A sensor system and method for analyzing a fluid contained within an environmental control system, comprising the steps of providing a system including a passage for containing a thermal change fluid; placing a sensor including a mechanical resonator in the passage; operating the resonator to have at least a portion thereof translate through the fluid; and monitoring the response of the resonator to the fluid in the passage. A preferred sensor includes a tuning fork resonator.",
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RIS

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AU - Uhrich, M

AU - Rust, William

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AU - Varni, John

AU - Walker, Blake

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