International Journal of Advancements in Electronics and Electrical Engineering
Author(s) : M. HARIS AMIR, MUHAMMAD MUNEEB UL HASSAN, SANAAN HAIDER, TAHIR EJAZ, TAHIR ZAIDI
In this research a novel mechanism is being presented which was devised to analyze the effects on resonant behavior of a non-planar split-ring resonator due to flowing polar liquids. Shifts in resonant behaviors have been observed when materials are placed in the gap of a split-ring resonator due to perturbation of electromagnetic fields. However, such study has been organized for materials under static conditions. For such study on liquids, these are contained in micro-capillary tubes and placed in resonator gap. Present work has been organized to perform sensitivity analysis of resonant behavior due to flowing polar liquids through resonator gap. For depicting flowing liquid through a micro-capillary tube, different column lengths of liquids (inside the tube) were placed in resonator gap. Effects of flow, liquid placed at various points, were then analyzed for shifts in the quality factor and resonant frequency of the split-ring resonator. Simulations were organized for dimethyl sulphoxide, methanol and distilled water. Results and analysis have been presented for this study.