A revolutionary atomic deposition manufacturing process has allowed Suprocktech to increase high-temp capability of our high temp strain sensors from 1500°F to 3100°F, opening up a new world of opportunities in the power, transportation and aerospace industries. Details to follow.
We would like to extend a thank you to Harold Breitbach of Energiforsk Thermal Engineering Research Institute for including our TDMS system in their report about torsional vibrations in nuclear steam turbine applications. “Vibration problems in nuclear power plants can originate from different sources. One of these is torsional vibrations in shaft trains, which have […]
Recently we helped out our neighbors to the north with Hydro TG torsional monitoring in the most prestigious powerhouses in North America. Our friends at OPG were interested in monitoring TG performance and civil structure performance on the Niagara Sir Adam Beck plant. The installations were performed in conjunction with Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) […]
Our TDMS torsional vibration system has been featured in thus month’s EPRI Journal. It outlines how our data from our sensors has helped Duke Energy establish a more comprehensive plan for their upcoming upgrade at Bad Creek Pumped Storage Station. “By using the sensors, we’ve identified frequencies of concern that indicate torsional vibration,” said Duncan. […]
Dr. Suprock’s work regarding the deployment of wireless sensors in order to better understand cutting tool dynamics was featured in Sensors Online Magazine. Circa 2008, colorized. Click link below to see full article. Sensors Mag article: Making Smarter Tools