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an electrical device that converts one form of energy into another

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The transducer under test (TUT) is placed on the upper horizontal plane face of the block, which is positioned with its axis of rotation perpendicular to the floor.
This algorithm can figure out the start and end time points about the presence of cooking fumes with four successive samples on the temporal variation of the transducer output.
of Haifa, Israel, that incorporates an ultrasound transducer into a magnetic-resonance (MR) scanner.
4, several variables are involved in the immersion method: the thickness of the section where velocity is measured (t); the distance between the sender and receiver (d); the velocity of the fluid as measured by the device; the time for the sound waves to travel through the fluid between the transducers ([T.
This standard consists of a "family" of standards, the key feature of which is the Transducer Electronic Data Sheet [TEDS].
When the battery's lifetime expires, detachable sensor and transducer connectors allow for the replacement of the processor module while the sensor and actuator are left in situ.
Following an introductory chapter, the remaining nine carry titles: Basic electrochemical principles; Electrochemical transducers in biology and medicine; Enzyme-based electrochemical biosensors; Fabrication and miniaturization techniques; Optical technology; Miscellaneous transducer technologies; Immunosensors; 'Living' biosensors; and Future directions.
Part one provides an overview of materials and design of ultrasonic transducers.
Compatible with existing and next generation ultrasound systems, the proprietary SiliconWave transducer technology delivers an unprecedented level of performance in the area of ultra-high resolution and ultra-wide bandwidth imaging for such applications as thyroid, breast, small-parts, muscular-skeleton, and vascular.
This Statement of Work (SOW) defines the requirements for the manufacture, assembly, test, inspection and delivery of the Non-Destructive Inspection (NDI) Ultrasonic Transducer Set (NSN: 6635-01-381-4368) part number PD-238.
The Global Electrical Quantity Transducer Industry Report 2014 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global electrical quantity transducer industry.
For the past decade or more industry standard for a recreational fishfinder has been 500 watts of power output shot through a dual frequency transducer.
A melt-pressure transducer measures pressure and gives a raw signal in millivolt output.
Section 2 of this paper presents the form of the transducer calibration equation as a framework for proceeding with the examination of various force uncertainty components.
However, improvements in transducer technology should provide a high enough signal to noise ratio to make wall thickness measurements in high pressure gas.