4 edition of Optically powered remote gas monitor found in the catalog.
Optically powered remote gas monitor
T. H. Dubaniewicz
|Statement||by T.H. Dubaniewicz, Jr., and J.E. Chilton.|
|Series||Report of investigations -- 9558., Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 9558.|
|Contributions||Chilton, J. E.|
|The Physical Object|
Check out e-PaDS. The system also includes circuitry for automatic shutdown of the exhaust fan and an alarm system before an unsafe condition is created. The first stage blades 54 are mounted to a rotor 56 that is driven to rotate by the exhaust gas 46 flowing through the blades This allows the pilot flame to heat the thermocouple attached to the log. In such embodiments, the controller 44 may output signals indicative of the two-dimensional temperature map of each monitored turbine component. The system of claim 1, wherein the system is configured to monitor the gas turbine engine while the gas turbine engine is in operation.
Furthermore, a shroud 72 is positioned radially outward from the first stage blades As previously discussed, the detector array 42 is configured to receive an image from the optical connection 38 and to output signals indicative of an intensity map of radiant energy within a desired wavelength range. Remote monitoring allows a business to: Manage resources efficiently Work-alone compliance Designed to meet your needs Improved productivity, less equipment downtime, faster and more accurate data collection are some of the advantages that ROM's monitoring solutions bring to the resource industry. The system of claim 1, wherein the substrate is formed from a substantially rigid material. Records inside temperature every 30 minutes and receives fuel level, outside temperature and RF link quality every 3 hours. For example, during operation of the gas turbine engine, the viewport 40 receives an image from inside the casing e.
The model analyses indicated that the alternative gate road design would reduce stresses in the headgate entry. A width e. The system of claim 1, wherein the substrate is formed from a substantially rigid material. A gas cook top with electric ignition has the lowest annual operating cost. Key to the operation of these production sites are production wells utilizing various pumps and recovery facilities that extract, collect, and transfer the oil and gas to transmission pipelines. As the exhaust gas 46 flows through each stage, energy from the gas is converted into rotational energy of the rotor
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The tank Optically powered remote gas monitor book Data Module and Gateway install independently and the Gateway simply plugs in like a phone. The preformed bend 87 may be formed by heating the substrate and bending the substrate to a desired angle.
Appliances that can be converted from one gas to another are labeled accordingly and will most likely come with a conversion kit in the appliance packaging. There are many in the industry who even resist using the vent free gas logs in any enclosed space.
The optical tube may include one or more Optically powered remote gas monitor book configured to focus an image from inside the combustor onto the optical connection The method of claim 16, wherein the substrate is formed from a substantially rigid material.
In the illustrated embodiment, an optical connection 38 optically couples a viewport 40 to the detector array In certain embodiments, an optical monitoring system includes a viewport into an element e.
The processor s may be used to execute software, such as image processing software, and so forth. Propane burns higher and hotter than natural gas. In such embodiments, the number of hollow passages may be selected to substantially correspond to the number of detection elements multiplied by the desired number of hollow passages per detection element.
For example, in certain embodiments, each hollow passage may convey the respective portion of the image to 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, or more detection elements. The controller 44, in turn, is configured to generate a two-dimensional temperature map of an interior surface of the combustor based on the signals.
Accordingly, the detector array may receive sufficient radiant energy to detect the two-dimensional intensity map, thereby facilitating generation of a two-dimensional temperature map of a monitored surface within the gas turbine engine.
As discussed in detail below, the optical connection 38 includes a substrate having multiple hollow passages each extending along a length of the optical connection On average, cooking with propane costs less than cooking with electricity. There should be a shutoff valve near the fireplace.
The oil and gas sector is currently facing its most testing challenge in recent years. By selecting an appropriate lens assemblya desired field of view may be established, thereby enabling the optical monitoring system 36 to capture a two-dimensional image of the combustor component.
As discussed in detail below, the optical connection 38 includes a substrate having multiple hollow passages each having a reflective coating disposed on an inner surface of the hollow passage.REMOTE METER READING METHODS OF RETRIEVING DATA BY USE OF REMOTE DEVICES Arun Sehgal Itron Inc.
North Sullivan Road Spokane, Washington INTRODUCTION Remote meter reading is a fast growing trend in Natural Gas industry. As per industry estimates, close to 14 million gas meters in the United States are read remotely. Equipment inspection and monitoring are important activities for safe operation and productivity in the oil and gas industry.
Remote corrosion monitoring systems enable companies to collect accurate corrosion measurement data from remote field sites by detecting possible problems in advance. Optically powered remote gas monitor.
Book Dubaniewicz, T.H. Jr.; Chilton, J.E. Many mines rely on toxic gas sensors to help maintain a safe and healthy work environment. This report describes a prototype monitoring system developed by the US Bureau of Mines (USBM) that uses light to power and communicate with several remote toxic gas sensors.Continuing the previous pdf, inMiller and Lawry implemented a two‐way speech communication between an electrically powered station and an optically powered station, and inMiller et al.
demonstrated a bidirectional speech‐television communication over a single optical fiber, with emergency optical powering of the remote Cited by: 4.A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.Provides local mechanical indication of levels of SF 6 gas as well as ebook analog remote output.
Unit automatically compensates for gas pressure changes due to ambient temperature. Offers alarm and limit control with up to three factory set relays and standard 5 year warranty.