WR15 microwave calorimeter and bolometer unit by Morris E Harvey

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Published by U.S. National Bureau of Standards, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .

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Subjects:

  • Calorimeters,
  • Calorimetry,
  • Bolometer

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 17)

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StatementMorris E. Harvey
SeriesNBS technical note -- 618
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 33 p. :
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15472304M

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One strip was shielded from radiation and one exposed to it. The strips formed two branches of a Wheatstone bridge which was fitted with a sensitive galvanometer and connected to a battery. Electromagnetic radiation falling on the exposed strip would heat.

A microwave power meter is an instrument which measures the electrical power at microwave frequencies typically in the range MHz to 40 GHz.

Usually a microwave power meter will consist of a measuring head which contains the actual power sensing element, connected via a cable to the meter proper, which displays the power reading.

The head may be referred to as a power sensor or mount. Bolometer Power Meter The standard power meter used in the Navy (Hewlett-Packard C) is an automatic self-balancing instrument employing dual-bridge circuits.

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"F $ "p $ "g bolometer "g $ "F $ "p calorimeter. (5) Assuming "F $ "p leads to "F /" g $ 1 bolometer "F /" g & 1 calorimeter.

(6) Equation (6) shows that one has to know the application of a detector before one can decide to name iteither a bolometer or a calorimeter. It is the ratio of the mean time between the WR15 microwave calorimeter and bolometer unit book of the ener gy carriers.

Development of a microwave calorimeter for simultaneous thermal analysis, Abstract An instrument has been developed for monitoring cure processes under microwave heating conditions.

The microwave energy was measured with an S-band aperture calorimeter. The design of the calorimeter was similar to that described in [10]. Preliminarily, collector measurements of the total. microwave frequency ranges, but the power can be measured accurately. Thus the direct measurement of power is possible with actual load replaced by dummy load.

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where [w] is the specific heat capacity of water at the operating temperature of the calorimeter, and [w] is the energy per unit mass imparted to matter at a point by ionizing radiation.

The SI unit of absorbed dose is the gray; 1 Gy = 1 J/kg.

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