Design of sample display system on electronic nose for synthetic flavor classification

Barokah Barokah, Radi Radi, Luthfi Fadillah Zamzami, Andi Setiawan, Joko Purwo Leksono Yuroto Putro


This study aimed to design a controlled sample display system on an electronic nose and test its performance for classifying synthetic flavors. There are four primary components to the electronic nose design. They are a controlled sample display system, detector, signal conditioning and preprocessing, and pattern recognition software. The sample display system consists of six vials. The sample room temperature setpoint is set to 40 ℃. The controlled sample display system has one heater and two fans to even the room temperature. The one-time data collection process consists of flushing (120 s), collecting (180 s), and purging (180 s). The samples for the performance test were synthetic flavors with four different aromas; durian, mocca, orange, and strawberry. Data analysis of gas sensor response was done through two stages; pre-treatment data processing and principal component analysis (PCA). The four samples were clearly different from others, according to the PCA results. The scores of the PC-1, PC-2, and PC-3 cumulative variance were 98.28%.


Design; Electronic nose; Synthetic flavor; Sample display system; Principal component analysis

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