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Abstract

CADENA, OSCAR  and  CORREA, RODRIGO. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A PROTOTYPE FOR MEASURING HEAT FLOW USING DIRECT CALORIMETRY: HEAT FLOW SENSING. Dyna rev.fac.nac.minas [online]. 2008, vol.75, n.155, pp.181-184. ISSN 0012-7353.

This article describes the design of a wireless prototype which will be used for heat measurement. This prototype uses the technique knows as heat flow gradient which is part of the direct calorimetry. Its immediate application will be in the area of medical electronics. The results after calibration showed that this equipment has several advantages when it is compared to similar equipments used for people metabolic studies.

Keywords : Calorimetría directa; bluetooth; Flujo de calor; Instrumentación biomédica; Direct calorimetry; bluetooth; heat flow; medical instrumentation.

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