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Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Principle

Flame Ionization Detector  Which form of elements/ chemical is responded by FID and what are special feature? Construction and Working of Flame Ionization Detector Mechanism Normal combustion. Burning methane in air produces carbon dioxide and water vapor during normal combustion During combustion a consistent amount (about 0.0002%) of the molecules in this process instead:(Simplified to …

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Role of Operational Technology & Information Technology in Industries

What is Operational Technology? How OT helps in Industry? What is meant by down time? Components of Operational Technology What is Information technology means? How IT does troubleshooting? Components of Information technology. Role of OT & IT in an Industry Information Technologies based Operational Technologies Integration of OT and IT Manufacturing Utilities and energy providers …

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Supercapacitor - Non linear Devices

What is a Non-Linear Device? Example & Advantages

Electrical / Electronic device Electrical or electronic elements are separated into two types based on the characteristics of the current flow when voltage is applied across them: Linear Element  Characteristics of Linear element The voltage-current graph of linear element is shown below. Non-Linear Element Non-linear elements are those through which the applied voltage changes without …

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Tachometer Working Principles & Type

Tachometer          A tachometer is a device that measures the speed of any rotating object, such as a disc or shaft found in a motor or other equipment. However, digital displays are becoming more prevalent. The analogue dial shows the revolutions per minute (RPM). What the word tachometer meant by? The words tachos, which means …

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Electrical Devices vs Electronic Devices

Electrical devices  Electronic devices  What distinguishes electrical from electronic devices?          Typically, something is electrical if it only uses electricity to provide energy. It is almost certainly electronic if it manipulates information using electricity as the medium. Devices that are electrical and electronic fall into distinct but related areas. Electrical devices are a subset of …

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Radio waves Vs Microwaves

Electromagnetic Waves          Energy in the form of microwaves, infrared radiation (IR), visible light, ultraviolet light (UV), X-rays, Radio waves and gamma rays are all transmitted via electromagnetic waves.          Typically, electromagnetic radiation is thought of as a wave motion. The magnetic and electronic fields oscillate in directions that are opposite from one another and …

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Laser application

What is Laser Sensor & How it Works?

Laser Sensor Describe the Laser Working principle of Laser Laser sensors working principle is based on triangulation. What does the “Laser Triangulation Principle” mean? Technique of triangulation          The time it takes for light to reach an object and be reflected is measured by these time-of-flight distance sensors. Triangulation is an alternative technology that uses …

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