Posts Tagged ‘Global’

Global Temperature Sensors Market – Growth, Trends & Forecasts (2014-2020)

Thursday, July 30th, 2015

Global Temperature Sensors Market – Growth, Trends & Forecasts (2014-2020)
NEW YORK, July 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The temperature sensors market is expected to increase to $ 5.49 billion by 2018 at a CAGR of 5.48% over the period 2014-2020. Temperature sensing has been gaining importance, particularly in R&D and …
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TDK develops high temperature sensor
TDK has unveiled an NTC sensor element designed for measuring temperatures up to 650°C, which can be used in exhaust gas recirculation systems. It is based on a high-temperature ceramic sensor element which is connected to a metallised aluminium …
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iGrill Mini review: Barbecue like a pro with this affordable smart temperature
Plug one end of its temperature probe into the iGrill and plunge the other into whatever you're putting on the grill, call up a recipe on your device, and the app will alert you the instant your food reaches the internal temperature called for in the …
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Global Temperature Sensors (Bimetallic, IC, Thermistor, RTD, Thermocouple, IR

Friday, April 24th, 2015

Global Temperature Sensors (Bimetallic, IC, Thermistor, RTD, Thermocouple, IR
Growing end-users applications have contributed to the growth prospects of the temperature sensor market. Over the last few years, the market has seen a tremendous growth in terms of technological advancements, increasing automation needs, and …
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Temperature Sensors Market Worth .05 Billion by 2020
According to a new market research report "Temperature Sensors Market by Type (Bimetallic, IC, Thermistor, RTD, Thermocouple, IR, Fiber Optic), Applications (Consumer, Power, Automotive, Petrochemicals, Aerospace & Defense, Healthcare, Industrial, …
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App Makes Traffic Jams Disappear With Flow Optimization
The algorithm he developed can use real-time road sensor and vehicle data, along with road characteristics, to determine what speed limits to set and where to keep traffic flowing at an optimal speed. While the app can certainly do its best to help …
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Two Global Leaders in Instrumentation –Ashcroft and Rüeger – Have Forged a

Saturday, March 14th, 2015

Two Global Leaders in Instrumentation –Ashcroft and Rüeger – Have Forged a
Ashcroft, protecting people, processes and profits for over 160 years with pressure gauges, transducers, switches and seals and Rüeger, known for over 70 years and three generations for its product lines in temperature measurement – thermometers and …
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SAMPE Seattle 2014 Report
Panelist Ian Ashcroft of the University of Nottingham (U.K.) described his group's work on topology optimization to develop the most efficient distribution of material in a part. … First-time exhibitor Nucap Industries Inc. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada …
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Pi in the sky? Calendar to hit rare date
… for $ 255,000. Gilbert M. O'Brien Jr. and Joy E. MacLean sold 938 Stillwater Drive, Ashcroft Hall to Tait R. and Linda H. Arthur for $ 315,000. … Jason R. and Jamie H. Wing sold 2010 Shields Lane, Rivertowne to Christian P. Gage for $ 555,000 …
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Henderson Global Equity: A Fund That Does the Dividend Math

Sunday, January 18th, 2015

Henderson Global Equity: A Fund That Does the Dividend Math
Crooke meets with management to gauge whether a company's cash flow is being used wisely. He wants to assess management's plans … This analysis also leads Crooke to companies others may have overlooked because of temporary pressure on cash flow. Take …
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2016 Nissan Titan XD
The driver gauge cluster takes on an upscale appearance with black background and silver dials. A five-inch information screen shows … This is the first application of Cummins' M2 two-stage turbo system that helps reduce turbo lag through precise …
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2016 Nissan Titan XD 5.0-liter Cummins Diesel V-8 Unveiled in Detroit
A Bosch High Pressure Common Rail system helps reduce diesel clatter as well as NVH. … The 2016 Nissan Titan XD also features a tilt and telescoping steering column while the premium grade instrument panel includes a combination of analog and digital …
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Global Flow Meters (Differential Pressure, Positive Displacement, Magnetic

Friday, December 5th, 2014

Global Flow Meters (Differential Pressure, Positive Displacement, Magnetic
A flow meter is an instrument which is used to measure the volume of fluid passing through a certain point over a given time. A flow meter usually consists of tube, indicator, stop, and scale. The performance of flow meter depends on density, pressure …
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The Use of Dielectric Cure Monitoring in Manufacturing: an Interview with Huan
CP(1) – a user defined level of ion viscosity, which can identify the onset of material flow at the beginning of cure. CP(2) – ion viscosity … Knowing when a material has reached the viscosity minimum, for example, allows optimum application of …

A7 Sportback h-tron quattro showcases Audi fuel cell technology expertise at
Ingolstadt/Los Angeles, November 19, 2014 – It covers 310 miles on one tank of fuel – and its exhaust emits nothing more than a few drops of water: The A7 Sportback h tron quattro uses a powerful electric drive with a fuel cell as its energy source, …
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Global Renewable Energy Mapping Program Gets Underway in Pakistan with

Saturday, November 15th, 2014

Global Renewable Energy Mapping Program Gets Underway in Pakistan with
The project, supported by the World Bank's Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP), will measure Pakistan's potential for wind, solar and biomass energy by using ground-based data collection, GIS analysis, and geospatial planning. It is …
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The hot streak continues: Earth just had its warmest October on record
The satellite data offers somewhat of an independent check on the surface information, since satellites measure the global average temperature differently than surface weather stations. The actual rankings from the different centers, … September had …
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Around the Pier: Once Languishing, a Global Monitoring Network Returns to Full
The drifters measure ocean currents at a depth of 15 meters (49 feet), sea surface temperatures and atmospheric pressure. All are essential climate variables that allow, among several applications, for calibration and validation of remotely sensed sea …
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A pause in global warming? Studies try to better explain what's happened.

Friday, July 25th, 2014

A pause in global warming? Studies try to better explain what's happened.
Shaun Lovejoy, a physicist at McGill University in Montreal, looked at the question model-free by conducting a statistical analysis of measured temperatures going back to the 1880s as well as records reconstructed from natural stand-ins for …
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Swoon-worthy non-smart appliances
The good: Crock-Pot keeps the cooking aspect simple with the Cook & Carry Digital Slow Cooker, and usability tweaks like a locking lid and a thermometer vent add some bonus convenience. The bad: It kept food warm while it was unplugged, but it was …
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Fungus taking toll on Smokies' bat population
CHEROKEE, N.C. — One evening last week a team of bat researchers parked their truck at the confluence of two streams in the backcountry of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and began setting up what looked to be industrial-sized badminton nets …
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Thermocouples and Their Importance in Today's Global Industries by Precision

Friday, July 4th, 2014

Thermocouples and Their Importance in Today's Global Industries by Precision
Many different aspects need to be considered in the selection of an appropriate thermocouple for a specific application. Some of the factors include chemical resistance, temperature range, vibration and abrasion resistance, and installation requirements.

Designing for Thermocouples and IC Temperature Sensors
Thermocouples are the most expensive temperature measurement device. They are used in extreme environments such as high temperature ranges that would otherwise melt your analog temperature ICs. However, unlike analog temperature ICs, …

Thermocouple Transmitter offers Ethernet and 4-20 mA outputs.
Signal board and linearization software provide stable and repeatable output for thermocouple types J, K, T, E, N, R, or S. Thermocouple type and temperature range, specified in °C or °F, are user-selectable. Discovery of transmitters connected to LAN …
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Chronicles of Global Warming

Saturday, May 17th, 2014

Shivantha Withanage


Today the main topic of every field in world is Global Warming. Most of the medias are trying to give awareness about global warming, what kind of affects could be happen by that and what can we do to stop them. Global warming is something that planet earth needs for the natural existence. Without global warming earth could be a very cold place. Everywhere in earth will be like Antarctica. So we cannot stop this scientific incident. We can only control it in the correct range that is safe for every living being on the planet.


The scientific reason for global warming is explained according to a universal phenomenon called the green house effect. Most people know about this scientific explanation but don’t know about the invention or the inventor.


Charles David Keeling is the scientist who explained about the environmental scientific basis of the global warming at the first place. In 1958 he set up an instrument called Manometer a devise which can measure the gnarliest green house gas of all; carbon dioxide (CO2). Then for a year he took daily measurements of atmospheric carbon dioxide at Mauna Loa, Hawaii, where he set up his manometer. After that he made a graph using his readings. He found the CO2 level in summer has decreased and in winter it has increased. It was because; in the summer plants are grown and full of leaves. Through a reaction series called photo reaction and dark reaction CO2 is turned in to carbohydrates, amino acids and lipids inside the chloroplast in the leaves. This process is well known as the Photosynthesis.

So if there are many leaves they can absorb extra CO2 and then the CO2 level has decreased. That’s the reason for calling plants as CO2 sinks. In the winter leaves have fallen and the photosynthesis is not going so well. So the CO2 level has increased because less amount of CO2 has been consumed. He called this as the Annual Cycle of atmospheric carbon dioxide


Keeling was fascinated from this discovery and continued his researches for another three decades and took daily measurements. After he graphed all his readings he was bemused from what he has found. He noticed that the high CO2 concentration in winter is increasing annually and the low CO2 concentration in the summer is also increasing annually. After analyzing all his data, he found that the CO2 concentration in the atmosphere is increasing and let the world know this. The graph that Keeling made from his readings is now famous as the “Keeling Curve“.


In 2004 British Antarctic Survey team known as the “BAS” did a research based on Antarctic ice cap. They drilled the ice cap about 3 kilometers and took samples of the ice core. The oldest layers among those samples were about 650,000 years old. Then they analyze the air bubbles which had been trapped inside the frozen ice. After these analyses they found that CO2 concentration has increased from 27% in past 650,000 years. They also found the slow increase of CO2 concentration through past 650,000 years, when it took us modern day humans just 17 years to cause the same kind of increase. Again the connection between CO2 and global warming has proved.


The latest calculations shows that CO2 is the main green house gas (GHG) and its involvement for global warming is about 85%. The main source of this CO2 is burning fossil fuels. Daily 100 million tons of CO2 is released to atmosphere by human activities. So how could a world like this make statement about carbon neutralization? Through the way to conventions authorities should be more practical. Otherwise world would have no good but more Carbon Disasters.

Shivantha Withanage is a science student who is now studying at medical college. Since 2009 he is publishing on various fields of science. In 2010, he came up with his debut science project, “Traditional Ways of Water Purification“, where he attempted to evaluate the scientific basis of traditional wisdom of water purification in Sri Lanka. He is the son of senior environmental scientist Hemantha Withanage, who is based in Sri Lanka. 

Global And China Electrical Thermometer Industry 2013 Deep Investigation Report

Sunday, December 15th, 2013

Global And China Electrical Thermometer Sector 2013 Deep Investigation Report
… Electrical Thermometer business policy and plan, Electrical Thermometer solution specification, manufacturing method, solution cost structure and so on. then statistics Global and China essential makers Electrical Thermometer capacity production cost …
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