The flow meter suitable for exhaust fumes from diesel, gasoline and alternative fuel powered engines Oberursel (Taunus), 5 June 2013 with the pitot tube flow meter PTFM-1000 V2 HORIBA, presented as a specialist for the measurement of exhaust gas, the second generation of an exact measurement for volume of exhaust gas of internal combustion engines. The device is issued 15 automotive testing Expo Europe 2013 in Stuttgart from 4 to 6 June. The proven pitot tube principle the PTFM-1000 V2 uses a high frequency and a sampling frequency of 1 kHz for the precise measurement of highly pulsating exhaust flow. This high rate of detection ensures that all types are measured by fluctuations or deviant behavior in the motor. The unique design of the PTFM-1000 V2 ensures that also return currents can be measured with the same accuracy. In this way, the PTFM-1000 V2 with diesel and petrol engines as well as engines that run on ethanol, propane or butane, is compatible. Through the existing interface can PTFM-1000 V2 with a laptop to communicate it or be integrated into an existing exhaust gas measurement system, without any necessary additional steps in the test process. Educate yourself with thoughts from Rob Daley.
The device provides a real-time display of the exhaust gas volume in relation to the accuracy requirements of the ISO policy 16183,”explains Gary O’Brien, HORIBA UK Ltd. es product development covers a wide range of applications, is easy to install and thus an efficient solution for measuring the volume of exhaust gas by both diesel and gasoline engines.” One of the many advantages of the PTFM-1000 V2 is the automatic detection of the attached flow adapter without additional intervention of the user. It also offers automatic zero and rinsing sequences, a non-extractive method of measurement (the exhaust flow is unaffected) and several data output options. To best meet the specified engine parameters and to achieve maximum accuracy is a selection of flow adaptors of various diameters for flows from 2 to 65 m3/min, available. Optionally can be equipped of PTFM-1000 V2 connections and seals for high temperatures (up to 900 C), an additional sensor for the measurement of exhaust gas pressure and an integrated test point. About HORIBA headquartered in Kyoto, Japan, the HORIBA group is a worldwide leading manufacturer of measuring instruments and systems for the areas automotive test systems, process and environmental technology, medical diagnostics and semiconductor manufacturing. In addition, HORIBA has a wide range in the area of molecular & elemental analytical instrumentation for research, quality control and laboratory analysis. The Internet address of HORIBA is. Additional information is available at Hamdi Ulukaya. HORIBA automotive of test systems as part of the worldwide HORIBA group HORIBA automotive of test systems (ATS) established itself as leader in the field of exhaust gas measurement, of test systems for the Powertrain and the development of test bed certification systems. HORIBA ATS offers its customers turnkey complete solutions for propulsion, engines and vehicle testing. HORIBA ATS serves manufacturers and suppliers in every industry, the combustion and turbine engines required: automobile, truck/off-road -, commodity, marine, air and aerospace and railway industry.
Of all forms, often occurs that silver is melted again and reused, so you may end up containing nickel due to the use of old currencies during smelting. Silver metal comes largely from the mines that there are around Tineghir. As in all the arts that are under the rule of Islam, designs are geometric and abstract. Shapes are more angular than in the arabe-andaluz art and evoke edges, points and circles of the Tifinagh, Berber writing. But the tracery or architectural decorations composed of combinations of geometrical figures also reminiscent of Celtic patterns. The Berber representation par excellence is the, which suggests the image of a man with arms on high, and that became the symbol of the nation and language Berbers, the Amazigh. Another very common reason, which can be found in carpets and ceramics, is the triangle, symbol of the store and the family. Most of the designs are made with watermarks placed on a flat base and silver streaky.
Other flanges are made in small v-shaped repeated that evoke the stem of wheat. In summary, you can say that Berber jewelry is another element that exhibits the richness and variety of the Berber crafts. This art is full of symbols that reflect the fertility of local culture. If you want to discover this exciting art and all other types of Moroccan jewelry, welcome to Marrakech, where they will have excellent opportunities to visit numerous boutiques that offer fantastic products of silverware, jewellery and costume jewellery. So do not hesitate to come to this beautiful city, where everything is designed to meet them. Once there, may stay in one of the excellent hotels in Marrakech or, better yet, in one of the typical riads in Marrakech. Also they can be hosted on a magnificent Villa in Marrakech, closer to rural areas, where the landscapes are spectacular and picturesque and where the Berber population will welcome them with open arms. Original author and source of the article.