2000, Volume 3, Issue 5+6
Comparative Study About the Behavior of Carbon Resistance Temperature Sensors at Low Temperatures
National Institute of R&D for Cryogenics and Isotopic Separation, Rm. Valcea
*Corresponding author: Ovidiu Balteanu, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPublished: October 2000
The paper presents the behavior offour carbon resistance sensors, which don't have a calibration curve comparatively with two calibrated sensors. In this way, we put all this sensors into a column cooled by a hydrogen cryogenerator type Phillips. For high accuracy measurements, a PC achieved the process data with a data acquisition board incorporated. The experiment consists from three cooling-heating cycles that allow studying the time stability of characteristics for the sensors. The experimental data was used to draw the Rf17 and errors curves for one cooling-heating cycle. In addition, we find the polynomial regression for the sensors that don't have a calibration curve. As conclusion it results that the carbon resistance sensors have a higher accuracy at low temperature and time stability is very good.
Carbon resistance sensors, measurements, calibration.
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