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Developpement de Sondes Thermoelectriques pour applications de type champ Proche

Abstract : The evolution towards the world of the nanotechnologies currently increases very quickly. These technologies are in many industry domains but some of them are unknown for their fundamental aspects by the industrial and scientific field. Many of the industrial processes need the temperature information: heating, cooking, heat treatment, fusion, etc. The processes for controlling and regulating temperature are included in the thermal measuring equipment. In first case, in the middle of the process, the sensor constitutes the sensitive element of this chain. For half a century, the microscopy techniques develop to characterize the material and understand the local phenomena. In order to manage this understanding, the thermal microscopies have emerged to determine at the nano-scale the temperature to know the energy level. The probe is also at the heart of the problem. The design until the development of this new probe is based on the hybrid technologies based on deposit techniques in clean rooms, and on traditional techniques of making of thermocouples. The produced probe, certainly intrusive, makes it possible to combine the temperature measurement with contact various materials, and making it possible to be an active probe. In particular, it (this probe) will be able to supplement the probes currently proposed in near field microscopy
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Sebastien Toullier. Developpement de Sondes Thermoelectriques pour applications de type champ Proche. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. Université de Franche-Comté, 2007. Français. ⟨tel-00613255⟩

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