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Home / Issues / № 6, 2018

Engineering

ON-LINE FLOW PROTON MAGNETIC RESONANCE ANALYZER
Каshaev R.S., Коzelkov О.V., Tung Ch.V., Kien T.

At the chair “Instrumentation engineering and mechtronik” of KSPEU we elaborated second generation of proton magnetic resonance analyzer (PMRA-II) and sampling system. For automatic control is used microcontroller ATMEGA 8515L with adjusting complex and engineering STK500 for AVR flesh-controllers of Atmel firm on the panel SCKT 3000 D3. Elaborated also and assembled education testing ground of on-line probe sampling system (fig.1)

Fig.1. Testing ground (stand) for studying of on-line probe sampling system and analysis of oil samples by PMRA-II.

In the left part of the figure – magnet with the probe head and coil to which by the tube oil sample is delivered by the nozzle incorporated in the conic expansion of the pipeline. Below – kinematic construction for the displacement of the nozzle in the conic expansion. On the right - ATMEGA 8515L controller. At the bottom – Notebook with the interface for PMR-parameters measurements.



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Каshaev R.S., Коzelkov О.V., Tung Ch.V., Kien T. ON-LINE FLOW PROTON MAGNETIC RESONANCE ANALYZER. International Journal Of Applied And Fundamental Research. – 2018. – № 6 –
URL: www.science-sd.com/478-25461 (23.02.2024).