capacitance probe


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capacitance probe

[kə′pas·əd·əns ‚prōb]
(petroleum engineering)
A sensing device that determines the dielectric constants of the oil and water components of an oil-water emulsion.
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The bendable capacitance probe is designed to fit in tight spaces or in vessels Nwhere obstructions prevent the installation of a straight probe.
BinMaster Level Controls introduces a newly designed Pro Remote capacitance probe that offers the ability to mount the sensor's electronic components up to 75 feet away from the sensing probe.
The capacitance probe measurement system consists of two specially made capacitance probes connected to a commercially available two-channel capacitance amplifier with an accuracy of 0.
After calibration of the output signals for known voidages, the capacitance probe was used to measure the voidage distribution in a fluidized bed of fluid coke particles.
This capacitance probe operated at 38 MHz and had a central electrode together with an annular electrode.
Field calibrations as proposed by the manufacturer of the capacitance probe used for this study are tedious or have been conducted on little-differentiated soils with probes that were embedded in the soil (Ould Mohamed et al.
TriStar employs the best capacitance probe and sorting technologies available within a custom designed, automated workcell to process over 2,000 disks per hour.
The techniques were time domain reflectometry (TDR) and a frequency domain sensor, the Didcot capacitance probe (CP).
Baumhardt RL, Lascano RJ, Evett SR (2000) Soil material, temperature and salinity effects on calibration of multisensor capacitance probes.
Although some TUOs, such as the TTOC-II and TSOS system, use lasers, most systems use capacitance probes that have a very large spot size and can sometimes be the cause of false rejects.
This type of sensor includes rotary paddle switches and vibratory probes for dry bulk solids, as well as capacitance probes for both solids and liquids.