Experimental evaluation of ultrasonic oscillating temperature sensors (UOTS) under cyclically changing temperatures
Hashmi, Anas; Kalashnikov, Alexander N.; Light, Roger A.
Alexander N. Kalashnikov
Roger A. Light
In contrast to most conventional temperature sensors, which need to come to thermal equilibrium with the medium of interest to report its temperature, UOTS interrogate the medium based on the propagation speed of ultrasound, and will return temperature data that are “averaged” for the complete ultrasound pathway. It has been demonstrated that UOTS can provide consistent high-resolution temperature readings under steadily decreasing temperatures using inexpensive ultrasonic transducers and low cost electronic instrumentation.
|Publication Date||Oct 24, 2015|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|APA6 Citation||Hashmi, A., Kalashnikov, A. N., & Light, R. A. (2015). Experimental evaluation of ultrasonic oscillating temperature sensors (UOTS) under cyclically changing temperatures|
|Keywords||Temperature sensor; ultrasonic instrumentation; ultrasonic NDE|
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|Additional Information||Published in: 2015 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium Proceedings, IEEE, 2015, ISBN 9781479981823, pp. 1-4
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