experiment 4 - Objective The mine purpose of this experiment was to get temperature sensors dynamic response Sensors do not respond to surrounding

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Objective : The mine purpose of this experiment was to get temperature sensors dynamic response. Sensors do not respond to surrounding temperature immediately. In this experiment response of individual instruments in different scenarios are demonstrated. The dynamic responses of differing instruments in identical scenarios are under study. In addition, sensors will be analyzed and classified as first or second-degree response devices. 1
Graphs: ∆Temperature (T) = T max – T min = 116 – 0 = 116°C Temperature level = (0.632)*(∆T) = (0.632*116) = 73.3°C = time constant = period at 73.3°C from graph = 75 s τ Second order temperature response Dead time based on graph = 68 s 2
∆Temperature (T) = T max – T min = 116 – 0 = 116°C Temperature level = (0.632)*(∆T) = (0.632*116) = 73.3°C = time constant = period at 73.3°C from graph = 75 s τ Second order temperature response Dead time based on graph = 68 s 3
∆T = 95 °C Temperature level = 60.04 °C = 42 s τ Second order temperature response Dead time = 38 s 4
∆T = 115 °C Temperature level = 72.7 °C = 35 s τ Second order temperature response Dead time = 29 s 5
∆T =111.5-3.6 =107.9 °C Temperature level = 68.2 °C = 17.6s τ Second order temperature response Dead time = 14 s 6
∆T =111.7-4.3 =107.4 °C Temperature level = 67.9°C = 17.5s τ Second order temperature response Dead time = 13 s 7
∆T =92.3-8.6=83.7 °C Temperature level = 52.9°C = 17 s τ Second order temperature response Dead time = 11 s 8
∆T =111.2-3.8=107.4 °C Temperature level = 67.9°C = 13.5 s τ Second order temperature response

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