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Room Temperature Acoustic Transducers for High-Temperature Thermometry

Published

Author(s)

Dean C. Ripple, William E. Murdock, Gregory F. Strouse, Keith A. Gillis, Michael R. Moldover

Abstract

We have successfully conducted highly-accurate, primary acoustic thermometry at 600 K using a sound source and a sound detector at room temperature. We describe the source, the detector, and the ducts that connected them to our cavity resonator. This transducer system preserved the purity of the thermometric gas, generated small, predictable perturbations to the acoustic resonance frequencies, and can be used at much higher temperatures.
Proceedings Title
9th International Temperature Symposium
Volume
8
Conference Dates
March 19-23, 2012
Conference Location
Anaheim, CA

Keywords

acoustic thermometer, acoustic transducers, high temperature, primary thermometry, speed of sound

Citation

Ripple, D. , Murdock, W. , Strouse, G. , Gillis, K. and Moldover, M. (2012), Room Temperature Acoustic Transducers for High-Temperature Thermometry, 9th International Temperature Symposium, Anaheim, CA, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=910927 (Accessed May 11, 2021)
Created July 9, 2012, Updated February 19, 2017