Thermocouple Emf

Effects of junction manufacture on thermocouple emf generation (Engineering progress at the University of Florida)

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AuthorErich A Farber
BindingUnknown Binding
Catalog Number ListCatalog Number List Element: B0007HD8ZK
LabelFlorida Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station, College of Engineering, University of Florida
ManufacturerFlorida Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station, College of Engineering, University of Florida
Number Of Pages8
Product GroupBook
Product Type NameABIS_BOOK
Publication Date1958
PublisherFlorida Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station, College of Engineering, University of Florida
StudioFlorida Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station, College of Engineering, University of Florida
TitleEffects of junction manufacture on thermocouple emf generation (Engineering progress at the University of Florida)

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  • Type K (chromel-alumel) is the most common general-purpose thermocouple with a sensitivity of approximately 41 µV/°C.[10] It is inexpensive, and a wide variety of probes are available in its -200 °C to +1350 °C (-330 °F to +2460 °F) range. Type K was specified at a time when metallurgy was less advanced than it is today, and consequently characteristics may vary considerably between samples. One of the constituent metals, nickel, is magnetic; a characteristic of thermocouples made with magnetic
  • Hydrogen in the atmosphere is the usual cause of green rot. At high temperatures, it can diffuse through solid metals or an intact metal thermowell. Even a sheath of magnesium oxide insulating the thermocouple will not keep the hydrogen out.
  • K type Thermocouple with M3 thread brass head, easy to setup and fixed
  • They operate very well in oxidizing atmospheres. If, however, a mostly reducing atmosphere (such as hydrogen with a small amount of oxygen) comes into contact with the wires, the chromium in the chromel alloy oxidizes. This reduces the emf output, and the thermocouple reads low. This phenomenon is known as green rot, due to the color of the affected alloy. Although not always distinctively green, the chromel wire will develop a mottled silvery skin and become magnetic. An easy way to check for t

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