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Nau M.'s Electrical Temperature Measurement PDF

By Nau M.

ISBN-10: 393574207X

ISBN-13: 9783935742078

For many years, temperature has been the most very important strategy variables within the automation, patron items and construction industries. electric size of temperature, by utilizing resistance thermometers and thermocouples, is in truth greater than a hundred years outdated, however the improvement of sensors and thermometers is certainly not over. the continual optimization of procedures ends up in ever better calls for at the thermometers, to degree temperature swifter, extra thoroughly, and with higher repeatability over an extended time.Since there's, unfortunately, no unmarried thermometer that's in a position to dealing with all attainable size initiatives with adequate accuracy, it is extremely very important, specially for the person, to be first acquainted with the basics of electric temperature dimension after which to appreciate the features and assets of errors concerned. A precision thermometer on its own isn't any be sure that the temperature may be appropriately measured. The temperature that's indicated is simply the temperature of the sensor. The person needs to take steps to make sure that the temperature of the sensor is certainly just like that of the medium being measured.This booklet has been a favourite advisor for clients for a few years. This model has been revised and up to date to take account of altered criteria and new advancements. particularly, the hot bankruptcy "Measurement uncertainty" offers the elemental techniques of the the world over famous ISO instruction "Guide to the expression of uncertainty in size" (abbreviated to GUM) and illustrates tools of picking the size uncertainty of a temperature size approach and the standards that have an effect on it. The bankruptcy on explosion-proof thermometers has additionally been prolonged to take account of the ecu Directive 94/9/EC, which comes into strength on July 1st 2003.

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4 Connection of resistance thermometers With resistance thermometers, the electrical resistance varies with temperature. The output signal is obtained by passing a constant measurement current through the resistance and measuring the voltage drop across it. 3), to avoid heating of the sensor. A measurement current of 1mA can be assumed to have no significant effect. 1V with a Pt 100 resistance at 0°C. The signal voltage must now be transmitted via the connecting cable to the indication or evaluation point with as small an error as possible.

A practical example shows that in a heat-treatment furnace at a temperature of approx. 950°C, Type K thermocouples fitted in heat-resistant metal tubes exhibited a drift of -25°C after two years use. Regular checking of installed thermocouples is always advisable. As an example, a thermocouple of the same type as the one installed can be held back and then used for regular checks on the installed thermocouple. For this, the thermocouple to be tested (thermocouple complete with protection sleeve and terminal head) is replaced by the reference thermocouple, and the indicated temperature compared with that of the one under test, to obtain information about the ageing of the thermocouple under test.

This applies equally to temperature measurement in sulfurous, oxidizing or reducing atmospheres. When used in a vacuum or at high temperatures, the vacuum sensitivity must be taken into account, as the chromium slowly diffuses out of the positive leg. The presence of oxygen or water vapor can lead to green rot. Between 800°C and 1050°C, the chromium is oxidized, but not the nickel. The measurement error can amount to several hundred °C. The positive leg undergoes a reversible structural change in the range from 400°C to 600°C, amounting to a change in the output signal of up to 5°C.

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