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Vol. 100, Issue 1, January 2009, pp.16-26

 

 

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Calibration System for Thermocouple Testing

 

1Dragan R. MILIVOJEVIC, 1Visa TASIC, 1Marijana PAVLOV,
2Zoran ANDJELKOVIC

1 Mining and Metallurgy Institute Bor, ZB 32, 19210 Bor, Serbia

2 Technical faculty of Bor, VJ 12, 19210 Bor, Serbia

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E-mail: dane@ibb-bor.co.yu, visa@ibb-bor.co.yu, mary@ibb-bor.co.yu, jaz@eunet.rs

 

 

Received: 12 November 2008   /Accepted: 19 January 2009   /Published: 26 January 2009

 

Abstract: One of activities of the Mining and Metallurgy Institute is production of thermocouple elements made of precious metals. Since this is a complex technological process and the quality control of produced elements is performed by other institutions, sometimes the whole series of products can happen to be bad and not useful. This is increasing costs and time of production, as well. To prevent wasting of time and money, the special measuring system is developed. The kernel of the system is already existing microprocessor measuring station - MMS. The MMSís hardware configuration, initially designed for industrial process control requirements with suitable input channel characteristics and adequate response time is adapted for the purpose of thermocouple calibration. Appropriate software solution is developed, as well. This article describes the practical solution for thermocouple testing and calibration. Hardware interface, principles of system integration and developed software are also included.

 

Keywords: Measuring system, Hardware interface, A/D conversion, Thermocouple examination

 

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