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from the Forum department...T/C extension wires
use of neutral extension wires in industrial temperature measurement
from the power generation department...Generating electricity using household water pressure
how can I generate 12 volts AC or DC using only household water pressure, and what is the smallest this generator can be? Can it be smaller than 120cc?
Thought this to be a moderated forum. Rather strange, hardly a useful subject for a technical forum...
from the RTD's vs Thermocouples department...RTD V TC's
Issues with RTD lead wires breaking. To share my experience and get others advice on RTD's V TC's.
re. Bob P. Comments Bob, what little data is available on sensor endurance is mostly in regard...
rtd's are quite sensitive to flow induced vibration. At a minimum you will see irreversible...
from the Operator department...Sudden pressure drop in IP drum during cold start-up of turbine plant
The water level at IP drum in HRSG reached high-high peak during cold start-up due to sudden pressure drop and plant was tripped
the indicated water level is driven by the density and how your transmitters are installed. Cold...
from the Instrumentation department...RTD Thermowell Response Time
Thermowell RTD response time calculation
last comment meant for a related thread, appologies...
The quick answer is that the thermal mass of the tip goes as sqr (Tip_new/Tip_old), so the time...
Certainly possible, and done routinely. The only issue are the details. The simulation that...
from the Forum department...response time of RTD
effect of response time of RTD with increase in thermowell diameter, especially in stepped type thermowell
Calculation on an air basis shows that at 8.4 m/s your first order response time is 18.8 seconds....
from the Forum department...orifice sizing
Importance of velocity in Orifice sizing calculation
Piece of Cake! Good orifice metering based on installations that are hydraulically similar, ie....
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