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Jan Waclawek
07/06/05 14:33
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#96727 - insulate?
Responding to: Juan Arredondo's previous message
The cause of problem ("nonlinearity" of inner/outer temperature ratio) might be uncontrolled cooling of the tube's surface. What about placing it inside some thermally insulating sleeve, at least around the measurement setup?
Also, if you need fast response to temperature changes, you might have problems with the thermal inertia of the tube.
Btw. the tube might be transparent enough for IR even if it's black, so the IR thermometer does not necessarily measure the surface temperature.

Jan Waclawek

List of 16 messages in thread
measuring water temp inside tube      Juan Arredondo      07/06/05 12:19      
   re: measuring temp      Jacob Boyce      07/06/05 12:31      
   ir thermometers      Jez Smith      07/06/05 12:33      
      failling that .....      Jez Smith      07/06/05 12:35      
   Non-contact temperature measurement        Joseph Hebert      07/06/05 12:39      
      re:measuring temp.      Jacob Boyce      07/06/05 12:51      
      Auto Clave!      Mehdi      07/06/05 21:39      
         Auto Clave!      Mehdi      07/07/05 01:25      
   Why rubber ?      Steve M. Taylor      07/06/05 14:26      
   insulate?      Jan Waclawek      07/06/05 14:33      
   My Idea....      Michael Karas      07/06/05 23:11      
      explain      Oleg Sergeev      07/07/05 00:11      
         Current Source      Michael Karas      07/07/05 00:29      
   Is isolation necessary?      Michael Karas      07/06/05 23:54      
   Where is Juan?      Jacob Boyce      07/07/05 14:35      
      Dunno      Steve M. Taylor      07/07/05 15:07      

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