Article - 20 Apr 2015
Kipp & Zonen had been involved in the manufacture of a fast and sensitive thermopile used for the measurement of light and thermal radiation since 1913. The design, which was made up of several...
Article - 4 Feb 2020
Thermal analysis refers to any technique for the study of materials that involves thermal control. Measurements are usually made on the basis of an increase or decrease in temperature.
Article - 22 Sep 2017
Shafigh Nategh, while conducting research at KTH School of Electrical Engineering, Stockholm, Sweden, demonstrated the ability of high thermal conductivity materials to advance performance in electric...
Article - 24 Aug 2017
Temperature is measured by an infrared intemperature probe by detecting the infrared energy produced by all materials which are at temperatures higher than absolute zero, (0 °K).
Article - 27 Oct 2018
The switch from bulk materials to thin films has arisen in many industries thanks to advancements in bottom-up fabrication methods and the utilization of nanomaterials.
Article - 9 Oct 2018
Since its inception, the internet has been connecting different people. Since then, a whole new type of internet has developed which connects people to things - the Internet of Things (IoT).
Article - 21 Oct 2013
An exhaust gas temperature (EGT) gauge is a meter used for measuring the exhaust gas temperature of an internal combustion engine in combination with a thermocouple-type pyrometer.
Article - 9 Oct 2013
Broadly speaking, pyrometers belong to a class of thermometers that are used for measuring only high temperatures. However, today they have been modified to measure low temperatures as well.
Article - 12 Oct 2018
This articles talks about Thermopile detectors and how they can be used in monitoring the temperature in very high temperature environments.
Article - 15 May 2017
As a general class of calorimeter, if your reaction involves heat transfer process or is largely exothermic in nature, these calorimeters will provide the user with the necessary information as to...