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Temperature measurement taken to extremes

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Discusses the various sensors that can be used to measure temperatures at the high and low extremes of industrial processes. These include: mechanical sensors such as bimetal and expanding liquid thermometers; electrical sensors including resistance, thermistors, thermocouples and semiconductor; and optical pyrometers. Also describes the error effects that can be experienced and how these can be overcome.
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Keywords: Optics; Semiconductors; Sensors; Thermodynamics

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 11, 2001

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