Pressure-sensitive Paint

Pressure-sensitive paint

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Pressure-sensitive paint (PSP) is a method for measuring air pressure or local oxygen concentration, usually in aerodynamic settings. PSP is paint-like coating which fluoresces under a specific illumination wavelength in differing intensities depending on the external air pressure being applied locally to its surface

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Oil pressure

Oil pressure is an important factor in the longevity of most internal combustion engines. With a forced lubrication system (invented by Frederick Lanchester), oil is picked up by a positive displacement oil pump and forced through oil galleries (passageways) into bearings, such as the main bearings, big end bearings and camshaft bearings or balance shaft bearings. Other components such as cam lobes and cylinder walls are lubricated by oil jets. Sufficient oil pressure ensures that the metal of the rotating shaft (journal) and the bearing shell can never touch, and wear is therefore confined to initial start-up and shutdown. The oil pressure, combined with the rotation of the shaft, also hydrodynamically centers the journal in its shell and cools the bearings. Such a bearing is known as a fluid bearing. Oil pressure is higher when the engine is cold due to the increased viscosity of the oil, and also increases with engine speed until the relief valve in the oil pump opens to divert excess flow. Oil pressure is lowest under hot idling conditions, and the minimum pressure allowed by the manufacturer's tolerances is usually given at this point. Excessive oil pressure may indicate a blocked filter, blocked oil gallery or the wrong grade of oil. Low oil pressure indicates worn bearings or a broken oil pump. Some vehicle engines have an oil pressure switch that switches a warning light on at low oil pressure. Some vehicles have an oil pressure gauge in the dashboard or instrument cluster. Oil pressure is created by a fluid flow restriction in the outlet line of the pump, not by the pump itself. Examples of such restrictions include big end and main bearings, as well as camshaft and rocker gear if fitted.

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Peak inspiratory pressure

Peak inspiratory pressure (PIP) is the highest level of pressure applied to the lungs during inhalation. In mechanical ventilation the number reflects a positive pressure in centimeters of water pressure (cmH2O). In normal breathing, it may sometimes be referred to as the maximal inspiratory pressure (MIPO), which is a negative value. Peak inspiratory pressure increases with any airway resistance. Things that may increase PIP could be increased secretions, bronchospasm, biting down on ventilation tubing, and decreased lung compliance. PIP should never be chronically higher than 40(cmH2O) unless the patient has acute respiratory distress syndrome.

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Grazing Pressure On A Microbial Level

While grazing pressure is more commonly thought in larger herbivores such as cattle, geese, and goats, it is also found within bacterium and on a more microbial level. Leaf-litter colonizing bacteria are a type of bacterium that have been studied regarding grazing pressure on a smaller scale. While it seems that grazing pressure in such a localized environment would not have any large effects, one study found the opposite. Conducted in 2014, researchers found that when they added nitrogen and phosphorus, as well as increased the temperature, it increased the density of the bacteria within a freshwater environment. While this was a controlled experiment, there are real life consequences that should be considered as global warming becomes a greater issue. If the populations of bacteria increase enough then it is possible that the grazing pressure will reach a detrimental level. Once it reaches this peak, the bacteria will have depleted their food resources and may perhaps cause a collapse within the environmental food chain in that area. Another negative effect caused by grazing pressure was found in mangrove forest soils. Sulfate, which is used in the oxidation of organic matter, is dependent on the surplus of carbon left by aerobic organisms due to oxygen depletion. When a mix of tidal exposure and camel grazing pressure were placed on the habitat, there was a decrease in primary production, which in turn affected sulfate-cycling. A decrease in sulfate-cycling could cause the trees in the forest to slow down their oxidation process.

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Pressure frying

In cooking, pressure frying is a variation on pressure cooking where meat and cooking oil are brought to high temperatures while pressure is held high enough to cook the food more quickly. This leaves the meat very hot and juicy. A receptacle used in pressure frying is known as a pressure fryer. The process is most notable for its use in the preparation of fried chicken in many commercial fried chicken restaurants.

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PIC to Measure Pressure Sensor "MBS 1200
PIC to measure Pressure sensor "MBS 1200”There are 6 versions of MBS1200. The current loop one is only one of the options. Please advise the fi=ull code on your unit so we can be sure of which versio you have - see table below.If you do have the current loop version you need to tell us what power supply you have available. See table and chart at top of page 3. You need at least 8 volts and 2 or more would be better. Report back ...— — — — — —How many seconds does the pressure sensor take to sense the sudden change in pressure?If you are aware of mass-damper modelling of physical systems then do the same for that particular pressure sensor and find out its transfer function and determine its time-constant. You should be well aware of stiffness constant, damping constant, etc associated with different parts of the sensor.As we know, a system takes nearly 5 times of its time-constant time to reach 100% of steady state output. Hence, the response time = 5*(time-constant of pressure sensor)So, I guess this will help you to find out response time of your pressure sensor— — — — — —Brake fluid pressure sensorA brake fluid pressure sensor senses the brake fluid pressure in a hydraulic braking system. The sensor is a type of pressure switch that shows and alerts a fault in the braking system— — — — — —Can anyone explain me briefly how works: NTC thermistors, water pressure sensor and acqua sensor as well?Thermistors are current carrying switches that trip open when excess heat opens the internal connection. Found usually in electric motors such as on a circ pump Water pressure sensor opens or closes a switch based on high or low water pressure, An example in everyday use would be the T&P valve on a hot water tank or boiler. Sorry no knowledge on anything called an acqua sensor.— — — — — —Set up an array of pressure sensorsFrom what I can tell the decrease in resistance is a roughly hyperbolic (1/x) function of the force applied, and the change is basically from 5 MegOhms down to about 300 kOhms ("pressing hard" from the SF page).If you use a 200 ohm resistor as the bottom leg of a voltage divider and this sensor as the top leg, I would predict you would see a range of approximately 0V with no pressure applied and 5 * 200 / (300e3 200) = 0. 003. If you juiced up the 200 ohms up to say 300kOhms, I would expect your upper end to go up to about 2.5V. The bigger the upper resistor gets the closer your full scale gets to 5V, but the slower your response time will get because it's like you are charging/discharging a capacitor through a large resistances. It's also not going to do anything to linearize the sensor output for you. The inverting amplifier configuration they suggest is based on the principal that the current flowing "into" the negative terminal of the op amp through the sensor will be equal and opposite to the current flowing "into" the negative terminal of the op amp. That is to say:(V_n - V_T) / R_sense = (V_out - V_n) / R_F and V_n is driven to GND by the op-amp (so that the positive and negative terminals are at equal potential) so:We know that 1 / R_sense = conductance of the sensor is roughly linear with respect to the applied pressure from the user's guide (i.e. Pressure 1 / R_sense, or Pressure = a * (1/R_sense) b for some a and b) so:This has the benefit of giving you an output voltage that is linear with respect to what you are sensing. Additionally, you can determine a and b through calibration at two (or more) fixed values. Finally you can adjust the range and slope of the output voltage by tuning R_F and/or V_T. The challenge then is that you need V_T to be negative with respect to your op amp supply voltage. One way to accomplish this is would be a 9-volt battery with the positive terminal of the battery connected to GND of your op-amp and the negative terminal being V_T (effectively at -9V). You will then want to choose R_F so that you get an appropriate range of V_out per the above formulas. In tuning, V_out must not exceed the op-amp supply (probably 5V) or the amp will clip as well. There are more sophisticated ways of generating a negative voltage, for example by using another op-amp as an inverting buffer (as illustrated by U2 in this circuit which creates a virtual GND at the midpoint of the supply voltage), but I think the simpler approach should work of you, others can chime in if they disagree.Long story short, I think you should follow their recommended circuit using the op-amp. You can get a DIP package with four rail-to-rail amps in it like this one, so with two of those chips, a 9V battery, and some resistors I think you've got everything you need.
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