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Hydro dam uses Paroscientific…

PAROSCIENTIFIC RELIABILITY Every operator of a hydro-electric dam wants/needs to understand and compute the efficiency of their plant. To compute the efficiency, the two most important variables are; flow rate and reservoir head. P = ῃpghQ where P is available power, ῃ is efficiency of the turbine, p is density of water, g is gravitational constant, h [...]

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Paroscientific Enhanced Oil Recovery Research

Paroscientific Enhanced Oil Recovery Research using Quartz transducers employs the advanced technologies and low drift rate characteristics of the Paros Model 9000 to make precise and accurate measurements of depth in an oil recovery application. Please see the following application note: DOWNLOAD PDF

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Teletronics Technology Corporation’s range video network (RNET)

Teletronics Technology Corporation’s range video network (RNET) is a system of network-aware devices (i.e. switches, cameras, recorders) in an airborne platform. The flexibility and capability achieved in creating a network-based range video system is realized through the incorporation of an IP transceiver to interconnect the airborne instrumentation system with the ground. Please download this pdf [...]

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Pressure Boundary Tools

Technel Engineering designs custom pressure boundary tools to meet specific customer applications. “Pressure Boundary Tool” is a generic name for any device or system that includes a changing of pressure across a component such as a pressure regulator. Some examples of this technology are included in the following application note: DOWNLOAD PDF

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Paroscientific Nano-resolution Measurements

New practical techniques have been developed to measure the frequency outputs of inherently digital quartz resonator sensors to parts-per-billion, or to nano-precision. Applications include measuring nano-bar barometric pressure fluctuations for infrasound detection and measuring water level fluctuations to microns (µm) in deep-sea depth sensors. Please download this pdf for more information: DOWNLOAD PDF

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