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Characteristics of ultrasonic ranging sensors in an underground environment

W. H. Strickland

Characteristics of ultrasonic ranging sensors in an underground environment

by W. H. Strickland

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mining machinery -- Automatic control.,
  • Sonar.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby W.H. Strickland and R.H. King.
    SeriesReport of investigations -- 9452., Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 9452.
    ContributionsKing, Robert H.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationii, 39 p.
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17677444M

    Journal of Asian Electric Vehicles, Volume 7, Number 1, June Evaluation of Method of Measuring Distance Between Object and Walls Using Ultrasonic Sensors Manabu Ishihara 1, Makoto Shiina 2, and Shin-nosuke Suzuki 3 1 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Oyama National College of Technology, [email protected] 2 Advance Course of Electrical and . Map building with ultrasonic sensors of indoor environments using neural networks. A method to generate a global map of the vehicle work environment using ultrasonic sensors is developed in.

    Studies on the application of WSNs to traffic surveillance have considered magnetic, accelerometer and acoustic sensors. However, ultrasonic sensors have not been applied in such a WSN environment. Thus, in this paper, we introduce a power saving methodology for ultrasonic sensors and a low-complexity vehicle detection museudelantoni.com by: Q: When using the Ultrasonic Sensors, what precautions are necessary for surrounding environment? A: Do not use the Ultrasonic Sensors at a temperature exceeding the rated range or outdoors, otherwise the reliability and life of the Ultrasonic Sensors will decrease. The Ultrasonic Sensors utilize the air as a beam transmission media. Do not use them in places with radical convection or extreme.

    Apr 24,  · Ultrasonic sensors are defined as electronic devices that emit an acoustic wave beyond the upper range of human hearing -- called the audible range, between 20 hertz and 20 kilohertz – and determine the distance between the sensor and an object based on the time it takes to send the signal and receive the echo. Passive ultrasonic sensors may be used to detect high-pressure gas or liquid leaks, or other hazardous conditions that generate ultrasonic sound. In these devices, audio from the transducer (microphone) is converted down to human hearing range. High-power ultrasonic emitters are used in commercially available ultrasonic cleaning devices.


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Bureau of Mines.]. Book Language. English; Amazon Global Store. Navigation using smart ultrasonic ranging sensors (DAI technical paper) by Wei-po Lee | Jan 1, Unknown Binding Characteristics of ultrasonic ranging sensors in an underground environment.

by W. Strickland | Jan 1, Paperback. Characteristics of Ultrasonic Ranging Sensors in an Underground Environment [Department of Health and Human Services: National Institute for Occupational Safe] on museudelantoni.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ultrasonic ranging sensors are inexpensive, have no moving parts, have no lenses to clean, are normally small and unobtrusive.

Characteristics of Ultrasonic Ranging Sensors in an Underground Environment Author: pau0 Created Date: 11/15/ PM. Ultrasonic ranging sensors are inexpensive, have no moving parts, have no lenses to clean, are normally small and unobtrusive, and can measure distances through moderate amounts of dust, smoke, and humidity, so they are well suited to underground mines.

Get this from a library. Characteristics of ultrasonic ranging sensors in an underground environment. [W H Strickland; Robert H King]. Characteristics of ultrasonic ranging sensors in an underground environment. so they are well suited to underground mines.

In the work reported here, conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Mines, researchers tested ultrasonic ranging sensors for their abiity to define rib line features for computer-aided navigation of underground mine mobile Cited by: 7. Circuit of ultrasonic sensors. Ultrasonic sensor functions using active components consist of an LM, a diode array, and PIC 16F microcontroller, together with a variety of passive components [6].

During the usage of multiple ultrasonic sensors in a single system, there can be interference (cross talk) from the other sensors. of experiments are performed to verify the performance of the proposed intrinsically safe ultrasonic ranging sensor.

An Analysis of Ultrasonic Ranging Sensors and Their Impedance Matching Circuits The block diagram of the ultrasonic ranging sensor is illustrated in Figure1. According to the. Characteristics of Ultrasonic Ranging Sensors in an Underground Environment, Report USBM RI, [13] F.

Figueroa, A. Mahajan, A Robust, Navigation system for. An ultrasonic phased array transmitter (PAT) consisting of 12 × 12 elements was designed and fabricated to evaluate its experimental characteristic performance in the medium range of 2 m–10 m for its directivity, pulse width affect and sound pressure level (SPL) measurements as a function of distance from its center in the open museudelantoni.com: Sahdev Kumar, Hideo Furuhashi.

Research of Long Range Accurate Ranging Technology Based on Ultrasonic Sensor Measurement. Xueqin Kou and Lichen Gu. School of Mechanical and Electronic Engineering, Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology, Xi'an, Shaanxi.

SICK sensors are the optimum solution for bar codes, 2D codes, or the promising RFID technology in the tough environment of day-to-day industrial life. They recognize familiar objects using optical or other physical recognition processes.

Read more. Ultrasonic sensor uses sound waves for its | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate Effects of Environment on Accuracy of Ultrasonic Sensor Operates in Millimeter. Ultrasonic Sensors > What is an Ultrasonic Sensor.

The following list shows typical characteristics enabled by the detection system. [Transparent object detectable] Since ultrasonic waves can reflect off a glass or liquid surface and return to the sensor head, even transparent targets can be detected. Ultrasonic waves are used to enable stable detection of transparent objects, such as transparent films, glass bottles, plastic bottles, and plate glass, using Through-beam or Reflective Sensors.

It also includes some advanced techniques used for non-destructive evaluations. At first, basic characteristics of ultrasonic waves propagating in media are described briefly. Secondly, basic concepts for measuring ultrasonic waves are described with introductory subjects of ultrasonic transducers that generate and receive ultrasonic museudelantoni.com by: The book Smart Sensors and MEMS provides an unique collection of contributions on latest achievements in sensors area and technologies that have made by eleven internationally recognized leading experts from Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Israel, Portugal, Switzerland, Ukraine and USA during the NATO Advanced Study Institute (ASI) in Povoa de Varzim, Portugal, from 8 to 19.

Ultrasonic Sensors and Ultrasonic Transducers, Long Range Ultrasonic Sensor, Waterproof Ultrasonic Sensor. In addition to the technical problems, typically, low-cost ultrasonic sensors are known to make a chirping sound. Wired ultrasound sensors give audible sounds that are quite apparent in a closed- room environment, but the chirping sound produced by wireless ultrasound sensors can be heard only if the user is quite close to the sensor (30 cm away).

The echo time response of ultrasonic sensor detector is based on time of travel after trigger pulse to the surrounding objects is non-linear and depends on the reflectance characteristics of the object surface.

Ultra Sonic sensors are widely used for distance measurement purposes. They offer low cost and a precision of less thanCited by: 3.Ultrasonic sensors are able to provide the presence and distance of a target in the field of view in low speed scenarios [11], with a relatively low cost and small package.

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