NT21: Corona MEMS for Wide Study Area Air Particulate Monitoring


(a) To miniaturize airborne particulates sizing and counting apparatus for ubiquitous deployment in air quality monitoring and epidemiological studies. (b) Multitudes of such devices can be deployed over a wide study area (such as downtown Sacramento) to monitor the air quality in situ and generate air particulates spatial and temporal maps. (c) To extend the applications of micro corona discharge device to micro ozone generator for biological sterilizing units, localized ESD control and other EHD-based fluid actuation applications.

Project end date: 02/06/06

Beelee Chua
Publication date: 
August 30, 2005
Publication type: 
BSAC Project Materials (Final/Archive)
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