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John P Dakin: Temperature measuring arrangements using optical fibre sensor. Plessey Overseas, Fleit Jacobson Cohn & Price, June 16, 1987: US04673299 (41 worldwide citation)

A temperature measuring arrangement including a relatively long optical fibre temperature sensor doped along its length with material that absorbs light in dependence upon temperature, launcher for launching into one end of the temperature sensor fibre contemporaneous light pulses of two different w ...


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Dakin John Philip: Temperature measuring arrangement. Plessey Co, November 28, 1984: GB2140554-A (35 worldwide citation)

A temperature measuring arrangement comprises means 2 for generating and launching light pulses into one end (i.e. launch end) of an optical fibre 1 which serves as a temperature sensing element and optical directional coupling means 6 located at the launch end of the temperature sensing element for ...


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Ralf Moos, Thomas Birkhofer, Aleksandar Knezevic, Ralf Mueller, Carsten Plog: Gas sensor. Dornier, Crowell & Moring, October 15, 2002: US06463789 (12 worldwide citation)

A gas sensor, comprises a substrate, a sensor unit including a functional layer and an electrode structure, and an electric heating and/or temperature measuring arrangement. An electrically conductive shielding structure is provided between the sensor unit and the electric heating arrangement in ord ...


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Alfons Schultheiss: Temperature measuring arrangement for a cast metal furnace. Spencer & Frank, March 3, 1987: US04647222 (11 worldwide citation)

A temperature measuring device for a metal caster comprises a radiation pyrometer including an IR diode for measuring the head radiation of the metal melt in the crucible of the metal caster. For this purpose, a graphite body dips into the metal melt. The graphite body is seated coaxially around one ...


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Measurement of surface temperature of rotating objects. Reyrolle Parsons, July 20, 1977: GB1480583-A (10 worldwide citation)

1480583 Temperature measurement using fluorescence REYROLLE PARSONS Ltd 2 July- 1974 [2 July 1973] 31466/73 Heading G1A A temperature measuring arrangement for a moving body consists of a phosphor strip applied to said body, a light source for making the phosphor fluoresce and detection means for me ...


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Michael H Coney, Andrew J Mullender, Hugh M L Watson, Christopher S Boniface: Fluid temperature measurement device. Rolls-Royce, Oliff & Berridge, October 26, 2010: US07819578 (8 worldwide citation)

A temperature measuring arrangement measures the temperature of a fluid passing a component. The arrangement includes a temperature measuring device having a substrate of low thermal capacity that has applied thereto two or more temperature recording media. The device is attached to and spaced apart ...


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Dakin John Philip: Optical temperature measurement. Plessey Co, June 7, 1989: GB2210451-A (7 worldwide citation)

A distributed temperature measuring arrangement comprises laser means (1, 2) for producing light signals for transmission over optical fibre means (6) comprising an optical fibre temperature sensor and light detector means for determining time-displaced back-scattered or returned light received back ...


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Wolfgang Drahm, Christof Huber, Vivek Kumar, Alfred Rieder, Hao Zhu: Measuring system with a tube arrangement having two measuring tubes flowed through in parallel, as well as method for monitoring the arrangement. Endress Hauser Co KG, Bacon & Thomas PLLC, January 29, 2013: US08359933 (5 worldwide citation)

For monitoring the tube arrangement, the measuring system of the invention includes, connected to the transmitter electronics, a temperature measuring arrangement having a first temperature sensor for producing a temperature signal dependent on a temperature of a first of the measuring tubes of the ...


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Dieter Begehr, Gerd Keitel, Rainer Burmeister: Temperature measuring arrangement. U S Philips, Bernard Franzblau, May 16, 1989: US04830514 (3 worldwide citation)

A temperature measuring arrangement employs a semiconductor element whose internal resistance depends on the temperature and the current direction and which is driven by an a.c. signal from an a.c. signal source. A measuring device determines the difference in semiconductor element conductivity depe ...


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Wurm Horst Peter, Dreisbach Heiko: Temperature sensor. Wurm & Co Kg Elektronisch, January 2, 2008: EP1873506-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

The temperature measuring arrangement has a housing (11), which is closed by a light entrance window (13). The housing and the light entrance window define a hollow area (17), in which a temperature sensor (19) is arranged. A photosensor e.g. solar cell or photodiode, is arranged in the hollow area ...