thermoelement


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thermoelement

[¦thər·mō′el·ə·mənt]
(electronics)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Secondly, our goal was to identify if topically applied therapy can help and why it helps but not in finding the best material for thermoelement.
The annealing unit is short-circuit proof; it is able to detect disconnected thermoelement, disconnected heating element and other failures.
We observed that temperature attained its maximum value at the center of each thermoelement (P and N) due to Joule heating effect.
All samples were analyzed using thermoelement atomic absorption spectrophotometer.
The expanded uncertainty (k=2) is denoted by U SRM Sample Temperature range Max U number material ([degrees]C) 934 Hg-in-glass thermometer -20 to 0.20 0.03 K for clinical laboratory and 24 to 34 1967 Pt thermoelement (Pt-67) -197 to 1768 2 [micro]V 1749 Au/Pt thermocouple 0 to 1000 14 mK 1750 Capsule SPRT -259.3467 to 156.8985 0.7 mK SRM Reference number number 934 (116) 1967 (117) 1749 (118) 1750 (119) Table 13.
In the middle of the 20th century during the period of the semiconductors invention, thermoelements based on semiconductors with Seebeck coefficients of higher than that of 100 [micro]V/K were developed.
Ioffe, Semiconductor Thermoelements and Thermoelectric Cooling, Infosearch Ltd., London (1957).
If no gas is flowing over the sensor, the two thermoelements measure the same rise in temperature.
Conversion of Iste Exhaust Heat in Automobile using FeSi2 Thermoelements. Proc.
Such measurements can be performed by means of electrical methods employing thermoelements or thermistors as measuring sensors (Biernacki, 1997).
The idea is to stack a cube of thermoelements interspersed with heating and cooling pathways at the junctions, so that heat is provided via the x coordinate of the cube, cooling via the [gamma] coordinate, and force and electricity via the z coordinate.