High temperature measurements in the context of aerospace turbines

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High temperature sensors enable turbine measurements. Our sensors can go significantly above 1000 degrees F, making dynamic strain and pressure measurements a reality for optimizing combustion heat engines. In discussions with an engineer who works with the aerospace industry, I was asked about high temperature measurement parameters that would benefit the optimization of gas turbines… […]


Are you powerless?

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Could a simple request for electrical power may render you powerless to make a effective engineering measurement? A recent series of inquiries has brought an interesting perspective about how engineers digest and compartmentalize different components of our integrated telemetry technologies. Measurements and wireless power transfer are two aspects of our telemetry that go hand-in-hand. However, […]

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The search for truth

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“Acquiring virtuous signals from the dynamic universe builds a construct in which the true search for truth may begin. The supposition of a static signal only exposes fears of what we do not know. Such beliefs are the old way. The path to understanding any system is to embrace the transient nature of space and […]


EPRI TGUG 2019 in Savannah, GA

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Chris shows off the Suprock Technologies booth at the EPRI Turbine Generator User’s Group Meeting in Savannah, GA 2019. Our usual turbine monitoring systems are supplemented by a host of predictive maintenance and frequency analysis capabilities, with upcoming integration into SCADA and data acquisition systems.