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Princess Sumaya Univ. Electronic Engineering Dept. 3441 Industrial Instruments 1 Chapter 5 Mechanical Sensors. Dr. Bassam Kahhaleh. Mechanical Sensors. Objective Understand how mechanical sensors work and how to interface them. − +. Mechanical Sensors.

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3441 industrial instruments 1 chapter 5 mechanical sensors

Princess Sumaya Univ.Electronic Engineering Dept.

3441Industrial Instruments 1Chapter 5MechanicalSensors

Dr. Bassam Kahhaleh


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Objective

Understand how mechanical sensors work and how to interface them.


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Displacement, Location, or Position Sensors

Potentiometric

V S

R D

R 1

R 3

VR

V out

R 2

R3 loading effect!!


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Capacitive

K = the dielectric constant

ε0 = permittivity = 8.85 pF/m

A = plate common area

D = plate separation


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Inductive

Permeable core


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Variable Reluctance

Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT)


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LVDT


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Displacement, Location, or Position Sensors

Level Sensors

  • Mechanical

  • Electrical

  • Ultrasonic

  • Pressure


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A

A

F

F

F

F

l

l

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Strain Sensors

Stress: Forces applied to an object

Strain: the result (deformation) of stress

  • Tensile Stress-Strain

  • Compressional Stress-Strain

F = applied force in N

A = cross-sectional area in m2

Δl = change in length in m

l = original length in m


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F

l

A

F

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Strain Sensors

  • Shear Stress-Strain

Δx

F

l

F


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Strain Sensors

Stress-Strain Curve

Modulus of elasticity (Young’s modulus):

Strain

Breaks

Necking

Linear

region

Stress


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Strain Gauge (SG)

Resistance in metals:

Constant volume:


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Strain Gauge - Temperature effect

Example:

R0 = 120 Ω

Strain = 1000 μm / m

0 = 0.004 / °C

  • Strain ΔR = 0.24 Ω

  • Temp. ΔR = 0.48 Ω / °C


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Metal Strain Gauges (SGs)

Gauge Factor:

Typically, GF ~ 2

Special alloys and carbon: GF = 10


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Strain Sensors

Construction


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Strain Sensors

Signal Conditioning

R 1

R 2

D

VS

a

b

R D

R A


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Strain Sensors

Two-arm Bridge

D 1

D 2

D

VS

a

b

A 1

A 2


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Strain Sensors

Semiconductor Strain Gauges (SGs)

Typically, GF: −50 ~ −200


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Strain Sensors

Load Cells


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Motion Sensors

Types of Motion

  • Rectilinear

  • Angular

  • Vibration

  • Shock


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Motion Sensors

Accelerometer

Spring-Mass System

k = spring constant in N/m

There is a natural frequency at which the system oscillates without acceleration.

Use it with frequency < 1 / (2.5 fN)


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Motion Sensors

Types of Accelerometers

  • Potentiometric

  • LVDT

  • Variable Reluctance

    (small magnet / inductor)

  • Piezoelectric


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C

R 2

R

V in

R 1

V out

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Motion Sensors

Steady-State Acceleration

Example

sensor: 14 mV / g

Design: Vout = 0.25 V / (m/s)

R = 1 MΩ, C = 1 μF

  • VIntegral = −1.43 mV / (m/s)

  • GainInverter = −175


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Pressure Sensors

p > 1 atmosphere

  • Diaphragm


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Pressure Sensors

p > 1 atmosphere

  • Bourdon Tube


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p > 1 atmosphere

  • Solid-State Pressure Sensors


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p > 1 atmosphere

  • Solid-State Pressure Sensors


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Pressure Sensors

p < 1 atmosphere

In low-pressure environment, the heat loss is proportional

to the number of gas molecules per unit volume.

  • Pirani Gauge

    Measure filament resistance (RTD)

  • Thermocouple

  • Ionization Gauge


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Flow Sensors

Solid-Flow Measurement

Where:

Q = flow (kg /min)

W = weight of material on section of length L

R = conveyor speed (m/min)

L = length of weighing platform (m)


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Flow Sensors

Liquid-Flow

Restriction Type

Where:

Q = Volume flow rate

K = constant (for the pipe & liquid type)

Δp = drop in pressure across the restriction


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Flow Sensors

Liquid-Flow

Obstruction Type


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Flow Sensors

Liquid-Flow

Magnetic Type

Conducting

liquids


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End of Chapter 5


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