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  1. Elastic Pressure Transducers Presented By: 2007-chem-20

  2. Types of Pressure Measurements Gauge pressure sensor Absolute pressure sensor Vacuum pressure sensor Sealed pressure sensor Differential pressure sensor

  3. What are Transducers? Transducers are the mechanical, electronic, electrical, or electrochemical devices that convert one form of energy to the property that cannot be measured directly into the other form of energy or property that can be measured easily. The signal given to the transducer is called as input this is the parameter that is to be measured but cannot be measured directly. The signal obtained from the transducer is called as output, which can be measured easily.

  4. Types of Pressure Transducers Mechanical transducers Electrical transducers Note : Elastic pressure transducers are mechanical transducers.

  5. Elastic Pressure Transducers The elastic pressure transducers are the mechanical elements that are used for converting one form of energy into the other form of energy that can be measured easily.

  6. Types of Elastic Pressure Transducers There are number of mechanical transducers, some of the commonly used ones are described below: Bourdon tube pressure transducers Diaphragm pressure transducers Bellows pressure transducers

  7. Bourdon tube Pressure Transducers

  8. Advantages: Low cost Simple construction Time-tested in applications Availability in a wide variety of ranges, including very high ranges Adaptability to transducer designs for electronic instruments High accuracy, especially in relation to cost

  9. Disadvantages: Low spring gradient (i.e. below 50 psig) Susceptibility to shock and vibrations Susceptibility to hysteresis

  10. Diaphragm Pressure Transducers

  11. Typesof diaphragm pressure transducers Two types of diaphragm are generally used: Metallic diaphragm gauge Slack diaphragm gauge

  12. Metallica Diaphragm gauge

  13. Slack Diaphragm gauge

  14. Advantages: Diaphragm Pressure Transducer cost is moderate. Diaphragm Pressure Transducer possesses high over range characteristics. Diaphragm Pressure Transducers are adaptable to absolute and differential pressure measurement. Diaphragm Pressure Transducer has good linearity. Diaphragm Pressure Transducer is small in size.

  15. Disadvantages: Diaphragm Pressure Transducer lack good vibration and shock resistance Diaphragm Pressure Transducers are difficult to repair. Diaphragm Pressure Transducer is limited to relatively low pressures

  16. Bellows Pressure Transducers

  17. Advantages: Moderate cost Delivery of high force Adaptability for absolute and differential pressure Good in the low to moderate pressure range

  18. Disadvantages: Ambient temperature compensation needed Unsuitable for high pressure Limited availability of metals and work hardening of some of them Unsuitability of its zero and the stiffness (therefore it is used in conjunction with (in parallel with) a reliable spring of appreciably higher stiffness for accurate characterization

  19. References: S k Singh “Industrial Instrumentation and Control”, Tata McGraw HILL company Limited, New DEHLI, 1987 http;//vmpt.com/transducer.htm http;//www.brighthub.com/engineering/mechanical/articles/41926.aspx http;//www.omega.com/literature/transactions/volume3/pressure.heml http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pressure_measurement