gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors for the characterization of industrial production routes and prove of model simulations

Modelling and compensation of thermally induced positioning errors in a high precision positioning application

Authors: Simon Züst, Philip Paul, Lukas Weiss, Konrad Wegener
Published: 10.11.2016
Journal: International Federation of Automatic Control -Papers OnLine (IFAC-Papers OnLine)

  • Heat flux measurements allow to determine exact thermodynamic expansions of machining parts

  • Knowledge of heat flux helps to validate and improve models and machining programs

  • gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors enable compensation of induced TCP-errors (tool center point) on a filter based approach

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Local heat transfer characteristics of a nozzle array for batch drying of thin films under industrial process conditions

Authors: Michael Baunach, Stefan Jaiser, Philipp Cavadini, Philip Scharfer, Wilhelm Schabel
Published: 05.08.2015
Journal: Journal of Coatings Technology and Research

  • gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors allow to determine the paramount parameters, such as drying rate and temperature of the film, of thin film production

  • gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors help optimize the drying process of thin films by determining the heat transfer coefficients inside a dryer. This is needed to transfer good results from laboratory conditions into industrial processes

  • gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors allow to determine the heat transfer coefficient for a single round nozzle and an array of slot nozzels with high accuracy

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Calibration of discrete element heat transfer parameters by central composite design

Authors: Zongquan Deng, Jinsheng Cui, Xuyan Hou, Shengyuan Jiang
Published: 20.03.2017
Journal: Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering

  • gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors allow to enhance parameter calibration of the discrete element methode

  • Heat flux measurements allow to determine the thermal conductivity of porous materials

  • gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors allow to prove model simulations with in-situ measurements

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Thermoelectric characterization of flexible micro-thermoelectric generators

Authors: D. Beretta, M. Massetti, G. Lanzani, and M. Caironi
Published: 04.01.2017
Journal: Review of Scientific Instruments

  • gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors are able to characterize the thermoelectric properties of flexible micro-thermoelectric generators. With and without load.

  • gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors allow to characterize devices made out of a small number of thermocouples

  • gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors enable an accurate determination of the efficiency of thermoelectric generators

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