Design a temperature measurement system.

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  1. ORGENES

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    Feb 3, 2016
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    Hii...
    I have this question about design.

    In ethanol extraction using fraction distillation process, a liquid mixture is heat at 93 °C constant temperature to allow evaporation of ethanol content from the mixture. Design a temperature measurement system whose data will allow the control of the temperature under considerations.
     
  2. crutschow

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    What question?
    Do you want us to do the design for you?
    Normally we help you do the design, not do the design for you.
     
  3. KMoffett

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    Sounds like something for the Homework Forum.

    Ken
     
  4. hp1729

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    How much are you heating up? A heater control needs to know how much heat is being applied? 100 Watts to heat up a small batch for "proof of concept" or 10,000 Watts for production?
     
  5. Dodgydave

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    Sound's like a temperature controlled circuit, how hot, what wattage, voltage,???
     
  6. wayneh

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    Head over to Omega and read about platinum RTD temp sensors and associated electronics as well as temperature measurement in general.
     
  7. Picbuster

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    Use a pid controller low cost 150 - 250$ building cost you more and should do the same.
     
  8. ORGENES

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    Feb 3, 2016
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    Ok thanks all membersl i get many ideas lets me work on them
     
  9. dl324

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    Welcome to AAC!
    If you've noticed, Posts using "text speak" are rare; because members don't like it. Please take the time to use proper grammar and spell out words unless they're commonly used acronyms.
     
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