Bullet Sensors and Systems Journal, No. 10, October 2007 (Contents and Abstracts)

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Prokhorov N. L., Reizman Ya. A., Ostrovsky M. A. Channels, contours, systems: human factor and new tools for reliable solutions

 

The paper considers the inheritance of human factor by an automation system and its influence Ė a problem associated with the development and growth of control systems. From the viewpoint well-known principles, it discusses the limits of existing solutionsí capabilities and promising approaches to this problem at all levels and in various aspects of automation systems. The implementation of the approaches presented is illustrated with the second generation of SM hardware and toolkits.

 

 

Reizman Ya. A., Ostrovsky M. A., Krasovsky V. E. Intelligent sensors: new development tools and the new level of field automation

 

The paper discusses how end users and vendors can benefit from building the ďintelligenceĒ into the bottom level components of field instrumentation (sensors and actuators). Various aspects of the development undertaken within existing technologies are considered. Key elements of SM9107 technology created in the Institute of Control Computers are outlines. The technology enables significant costs reduction in intelligent sensor development and, first of all, the elimination of professional programmer from the design process.

 

 

Feldman V. M. A system on the 1891VM3 crystal

 

The architecture, structure, and performance data of the system on the 1891VM3 crystal are considered.

 

 

Prilipko V. A. MicroPC-based MP3.2 processor module for industrial remote control and monitoring systems

 

The paper considers MP3.2 processor module developed within the CM1820M new generation hardware complex for industrial automation. The modules key characteristics are listed, its structure and application opportunities are discussed; the examples of its application in implemented remote control and monitoring systems are adduced.

 

 

Petrova I. Yu., Gurskaya T. G. The ways to improve electrokinetic transducers

 

The ways to improve the performance of electrokinetic measuring devices are discussed. The combination of certain conventional techniques enables new engineering solutions.

 

 

Brago E. N., Velikanov D. N., Yuzhanin V. V. A neuron network model for multi-phase flowmetering

 

A new neuron network technique for measuring phase rates in a gas-liquid flow. The structure of a neuron network flow model for gas and liquid flow rates is determined as well as the learning algorithm. Comparative analysis of the model error against the experimental data shows the modelís applicability to multi-phase flowmetering.

 

 

Krupkina T. Yu., Murashkina T. I., Kolomiets L. N. Transformation function of differential fiber-optic displacement transducers with reflective attenuator

 

The transformation function for differential fiber-optic displacement transducers with reflecting attenuator is derived. Its analysis will enable maximum transformation sensitivity under obtainable transformation functionís linearity and optical signalís modulation depth.

 

 

Chernikov I. G., Mirina T. V. To the evaluation of electrical parameters of heat-dependant objects

 

The paper examines the effect of sensor signalís active energy on the validity of parameter measurement for heat-dependant objects with equivalent circuit as a multielement one-port.

 

 

Andreev M. Ya., Yemelyanenko V. F., Klyushin V. V., et al. The intelligent underwater acoustic towed array

 

The philosophy of intelligent sensors is extended to underwater acoustic towed arrays. The paper introduces the towed intellectual array concept and suggests to locate preliminary and initial signal processing systems in these devices. Such approach enables the adaptation to flow noise that results in its reduction.

 

 

Kostyukov V. N., Kostyukov A. V., Starikov V. A. Condition monitoring of powered carís current collectors with smart sensors

 

The development results of an automated smart sensor system for condition monitoring of powered carís current collectors are presented. System structure, operation algorithms and performance data are discussed.

 

 

Buryachenko A. G., Ranchenko G. S., Chivers J. Vibration-compensated high-temperature variable pressure sensor for low-emission gas turbine engines

 

The paper discusses the compensation of pressure sensorsí additional error due to vibration (linear) acceleration. The topicality of these issues in sensor selection for variable pressure measurement in combustion chambers of low-emission gas turbine engines is shown and key requirements to such sensors are formulated. A vibration-compensated (g-insensitive) sensing device and a transmitter based on it are described. Basic results of new sensorís field tests within a gas turbine engine are included.

 

 

Kulikov D. Yu., Rembeza S. I., Buslov V. A., et al. Optimization of SnO2 thin film manufacturing technology for gas sensors

 

The paper investigates the effect of the modes of reactive magnetron tin target sputtering in Ar+O2 environment on the atomic composition and adsorption response of the sputtered film. The sputtering process is performed with O1NI-7-006 industrial unit. The best conditions for SnO2 films manufacture for gas sensors are determined.

 

 

Tsyganov V. Yu. Metran-150 Russian new generation pressure sensors

 

Metran industrial group presents Metran-150 new pressure sensor. This next generation device provides the performance meeting today requirements and enable significant improvement of process operation reliability and product quality in power engineering, chemistry, oil and gas industries.

 

 

Granovsky V. A., Siraya T. N. Model validity in measurements

 

The problem of model validity with reference to measurement as a complex system is discussed. The significance of this problem in metrology is caused by the fact that the estimates of the measurand and the errors are obtained within the accepted model. The paper outlines the key issues of the problem including the validity in narrow and broad sense, formal and physical adequacy. The problemís origins and model verification principles are analyzed. The validity is investigated with reference to the full range of models for measurement elements and phases. The validity aspects related with the measurand and measurement errors are emphasized as the most significant ones. The paper concludes that the validity indicators should be included into metrological performance, while the validation procedures should be regulated as other procedures in metrology.

 


 

 

 

 

 


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