DEVELOPMENT OF LIQUID-IN-TUBE MICROTHERMOMETERS

2018;
: pp. 34-38
1
Lviv Polytechnic National University
2
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine

Consideration of  the  liquid-in-tube thermometers envisages  that  the performance depends on  their  linear sizes and the row of thermophysical properties. Methodic error is defined by the ratio of the complex parameters that take into account the mentioned characteristics of the measured object and the thermometer. We consider the liquid-in-micro tube thermometers for measuring  temperature. Permanent development consists  first in minimization of  their sizes due  to  the continuous diminishing of electronics production operation control of which is realized with help of nanosensors, nanoelements, and nanosystems.

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