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Methods for the dynamic calibration of pressure transducers
Dresser Industries. Dresser Electronics, Southwestern Industrial Electronics Division, Houston, Texas.
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards; for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||[by] J. L. Schweppe [and others]|
|Series||National Bureau of Standards monograph 67, NBS monograph ;, 67.|
|Contributions||Schweppe, Joseph Louis, 1921-|
|LC Classifications||QC100 .U556 no. 67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 104 p.|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||63060069|
Back to ISA A Guide for the Dynamic Calibration of Pressure Transducers This standard covers dynamic pressure transducers, which are, primarily those used in measurements. This standard establishes guidelines for the preferred techniques and practices in the calibration of dynamic pressure transducers. THE CALIBRATION AND USE OF PRESSURE TRANSDUCERS IN TENSIOMETER SYSTEMS JAMES R. HOELSCHER*, WILLIAM K. NUTTLEt, AND JUDSON W. HARVEY1 Department of Environmental Sciences, Clark Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA .
Piezoelectric transducers for dynamic overpressure measurements are commonly calibrated with static or quasistatic loads and the calibration is extrapolated to frequencies up to 30% of the resonant frequency of the piezoelectric crystal. Sinusoidal pressure generators are also used for dynamic calibration up to Hz in the range of 3 by: 2. Improve the accuracy and reliability of your dynamic pressure sensors. VTT now has the technology to measure the performance of dynamic pressure sensors in a traceable and reliable way. As a first.
Precise calibration result is obtained for dynamic type transducers by applying dynamic square wave pressure. Only fitting a transducer and programmed operation by the user interface. Insulation resistance and low frequency response can be monitored; Max. 8 transducers can be calibrated simultaneously. The urgent need for a procedure to use in validation of dynamic force transducers is considered. A model of the dynamic interaction of the elements of a dynamic force transducer in the course of calibration by the test mass method is presented. Mathematical expressions that describe the calibration process are presented. A schematic diagram of a calibration plant that Author: M. Yu. Prilepko.
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Get this from a library. Methods for the dynamic calibration of pressure transducers. [J L Schweppe; Dresser Industries, inc. Dresser Electronics, Southwestern Industrial Electronics Division, Houston, Texas.]. transducers, and approximate methods of analysis for both linear and nonlinear transducers.
Chapters 5 through 7 cover the description of many types of input function generators, the theory of calibration with each generator, the design of the calibration system, and the specific methods for evaluating the calibration by: Development of dynamic calibration methods for pogo pressure transducers.
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EMBED. EMBED (for hosted blogs and item tags) Want more. Advanced embedding. Full text of "Methods for the dynamic calibration of pressure transducers" See other formats. Methods for the Dynamic Calibration of Pressure Transducers Page: 69 p.: ill. This report is part of the collection entitled: Technical Report Archive and Image Library and was provided to UNT Digital Library by the UNT Libraries Government Documents by: The development of a dynamic calibration standard for high-amplitude pressure piezoelectric transducers implies the implementation of a system which.
This paper describes the calibration method that is designed to deliver a dynamic calibration for a high bandwidth pressure transducer.
The pressure transducer is used in the Sloshel project to. Development of Dynamic Calibration Methods for Pogo Pressure Transducers John S.
Hilten, Paul S. Lederer, Carol F. Vezzetti, and J. Franklin Mayo-Wells Two dynamic pressure sources are described for the calibration of pogo pressure transducers used to measure oscillatory pressures generated in the propulsion system of the space Size: 6MB.
Dynamic Measurement of Mechanical Quantities PTB-Mitteilungen (), No. 2 Abstract In theory shock tubes provide a pressure change with a very fast rise time and calculable amplitude. This pressure step could provide the basis for the calibration of pressure transducers used in highly dynamic applications.
However, conventional. A dynamic and fast calibration technology with a calibration device and a corresponding data processing method is proposed in this paper. Firstly, the pressure transducer to be calibrated is placed in the small cavity chamber.
The calibration process only contains a Author: Zhongyu Wang, Zhuoran Wang, Qiang Li. A Field Guide to Understanding Pressure Transducers. Section I. Basic Theory of Pressure Transducers. A pressure transducer is a device which converts an applied pressure into a measurable electrical signal which is linear and proportional to the applied pressure.
A New Dynamic Pressure Source for the Calibration of Pressure Transducers Carol F. Vezzetti, John S. Hilten, J. Franklin Mayo-Wells and Paul S. Lederer A dynamic pressure source is described for producing sinusoidally varying pressures of up to 3^ kPa zero-to-peak, over the frequency range of approximately 50 Hz to 2 kHz.
The source is intended forFile Size: 3MB. Rapid on-off valves , sinusoidal pressure generator , and shock tube [3,5] are the most common used dynamic calibration rising time of rapid on-off valves is about 20 μs , which makes it impossible for the pressure sensor whose dynamic response is calibrating pressure produced by a sinusoidal pressure generator can only range from 0 MPa Cited by: 3.
Instruments which measure length, temperature, pressure etc should be calibrated against some standard measurement at regular intervals as preferred by the manufacturer.
Methods of calibration depend on whether the instrument is calibrated regularly or only occasionally for a special task where a highly calibrated instrument is required. Calibrations: Static and Dynamic Sensor response: As stated above, the sensor is the ocean scientist and engineer's interface with the real world.
Any sensor acts as a filter on the data it processes. The observer must understand these filter effects in order to be able to remove them and truly estimate the statistics of the environment.
To ensure accurate measurement of such fields methods of calibration of pressure transducers at high dynamic pressures are necessary. The calibration techniques currently in use have been summarized in references  and , where it can be seen that the shock tube is a primary technique commonly used at high by: 2.
During investigations of the dynamic loading generated by collapsing cavitation on a surface, a dynamic pressure transducer was developed. The piezoelectric polymer PVDF (Polyvinylidene fluoride) was used as the pressure sensitive material. A novel method of dynamic calibration has also been by: In all these fields considerable measurement uncertainties can occur if only statically calibrated force transducers are used for the measurement of dynamic forces.
New methods and facilities have therefore been developed for the dynamic investigation and calibration of force measuring devices 1, 2. To allow the calibration to be directly Cited by: pressure measurement system consisting of taps in total, each connected to transducers by different lengths (ranging from – mm) of 1mm I.D.
PVC tubing. The transducers were part of a Dynamic Pressure Measurement System supplied by Turbulent Flow Instrumentation (TFI), Inc. Calibration results for threeFile Size: KB.
The prime purpose of the present report is to survey the area of dynamic calibration of pressure transducers. To help the reader to understand the importance of and the techniques proposed for dynamic calibrations, introductory chapters are devoted to various application areas, methods of pressure measurements and measurement uncertainty.Dynamic calibration is one of the important ways to acquire the dynamic performance parameters of a pressure sensor.
This research focuses on the processing method for the output of calibrated pressure sensor, and mainly attempts to solve the problem of extracting the true information of step response under strong interference by: 3.The procedure checks for calibration accuracy as well as zero point accuracy.
Custom Crimp does not perform recalibration of electronic pressure transducers and does not issue new calibration documentation.
This procedure is intended to help diagnose whether the electronic pressure transducer in question is performing correctly and offeringFile Size: KB.