TY - JOUR
AU - Kozak, Ya.
PY - 2021/11/30
Y2 - 2024/06/16
TI - TEMPERATURE ERROR WHEN DETERMINING THE TIME PARAMETER OF A FIRE DETECTOR WITH A THERMORESISTIVE SENSITIVE ELEMENT: Array
JF - Municipal economy of cities
JA - МЕС
VL - 6
IS - 166
SE -
DO -
UR - https://khg.kname.edu.ua/index.php/khg/article/view/5883
SP - 151-155
AB - <p><em>For fire detectors with a thermoresistive sensing element, a mathematical description of the reaction to the thermal action of an electric current pulse flowing through such a sensing element and having the shape of a right triangle is obtained. The mathematical description is constructed using the Laplace integral transformation and is shown to be a superposition of two Heaviside functions. The parameters of these functions are determined by the transmission coefficient and time constant of the thermoresistive sensitive element of the fire detector and the amplitude and duration of the electric current pulse. It is shown that the ratio of the output signals of the thermoresistive sensitive element of the fire detector at two a priori given moments of time can be used to determine the time parameter of the fire detector. The values of a priori set moments of time, in which the temperature of the thermoresistive sensitive element of the fire detector is determined, are selected under the condition of simplicity of technical implementation. If there is a change in ambient temperature, it leads to a temperature error as a function of the time parameter of the fire detector. For such an error, a mathematical description is obtained in the general case, as well as for the case when the thermal influence on the thermoresistive sensitive element of the fire detector is due to the flow of an electric current pulse in the form of a right triangle. It is shown that the value of the temperature error has a minimum at the values of the ratio of the output signals of the thermoresistive sensitive element of the fire detector at two a priori time points belonging to the range The value of this error does not exceed 4.9% with variations in ambient temperature, the value of which does not exceed 2.0%.</em></p>
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