secondary thermometers, such as the platinum resistance thermometer, whose reproducibility can be better by a factor of ten than that of any primary thermometer. Using this configuration you will be able to use 100 meters of cable. 0000001518 00000 n 0000006544 00000 n Platinum sensors can now be obtained in thin-film or thick-film forms of various shapes and sizes, at much lower cost than the older platinum-wire types. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. Thermometers failed to perform to the expected stabilities and so the ITS-90 reduced the upper temperature of contact thermometry to the Silver Point (961.78°C) [1]. If you need help identifying each element, ask the demonstrators. 0000010224 00000 n The platinum resistance thermometer has a long and honorable history. <> 0000007177 00000 n The Fluke Working Standard Platinum Resistance Thermometer (SPRT) is designed to be the best primary standard interpolating instrument converting resistance to temperature. 0000001437 00000 n Platinum Resistance Thermometer Thermocouple Thermistor Sensor Platinum-wire wound or flat- film resistor Thermoelement, two dissimilar metals/alloys Ceramic (metal oxides) Accuracy (typical values) 0.1 to 1.0°C 0.5 to 5.0°C 0.1 to 1.5°C Long term Stability Excellent Variable, Prone to ageing Good Temperature range-200 to 650°C -200 to1750°C -100 to 300°C Introduction Electrical resistivity of metals and semiconductors increases when they are heated. 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The platinum resistance thermometer was develop- ed into a successful and accurate instrument by Callendar. 0000010753 00000 n Platinum Resistance Temperature Detector Svetlana Avramov-Zamurovic, Carl Wick, Robert DeMoyer United States Naval Academy Abstract This paper describes the use of a platinum resistance temperature detector to develop a calibration experiment and to introduce metrology principles. xref Platinum Resistance Thermometers J. P. Evans National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, MD 20899 Accepted: July 17, 1984 ... mometers that were used in the present experiments. 32 38 These thermometers operate on the principle that electrical resistance changes in pure metal elements, relative to temperature. View chapter Purchase book The most common by far is the Platinum RTD. 0000002341 00000 n At day 104 of the experiment, I welded a 0.4 mm diameter platinum wire to the platinum sheath to facilitate the electrical grounding of the Pt sheath. 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The Experiment 3.1 Temperature variation of resistance of platinum A thermocouple with a two-pin plug, platinum resistor thermometer and electric heating element are inserted into a copper block. A simple experiment is proposed and the least square fit is used to estimate the parameters. How it works: The simplest resistance thermometer configuration uses two wires. 0000103517 00000 n 3 0 obj thermometers), or SPRTs (standard platinum resistance thermometers). <> endstream endobj 52 0 obj <>stream 0000005029 00000 n The Standard Platinum Resistance Thermometer, acronym SPRT, is the stipulated interpolation instrument for realizing the International Temperature Scale of 1990 between the defining fixed points, over the range from 13.8 K (the triple point of eka-hydrogen) to 961.78°C (the freezing point of silver). 151 pt=ioou1 R—R B /N ' (1) *M00 " whereR=observedresistanceatthetemperature,t°, R=" " "o°C, ^,00="." 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