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Combustor/compressor monitoring
 

 

The temperature limitations of legacy electrical sensors leads to compromises in gas turbine installation, lifetime, and performance. Working with the world’s leading gas turbine OEMs, Oxsensis has pioneered high bandwidth optical sensors that simultaneously measure pressure and temperature at the combustor wall, offering new combustion event diagnostics and flexibility. 
 
 

Combustion dynamics sensors


Our 1800°F/1000°C wave-Phire™ pressure and temperature sensors have been used by all major gas turbine development teams. The unique high sensitivity multi-measurand pressure and temperature data is being used to characterise combustion processes in new ways, in ever hotter regions of the turbine. We have a range of sensors to suit all gas turbine engines and our interrogators are compatible with existing signal conditioning equipment.
 

Single Channel, 220V AC, 20kHz Dynamic Pressure Sensor System, maxium sensor head soak temperature 750°C

PT1100™ Data Sheet
PT1100e™

Single Channel, 24V DC, 10kHz Dynamic Pressure Sensor System, Maximum sensor head soak temperature 650°C

PT1100e™ Data Sheet
PT1100x™

Single Channel, 24V DC, 10kHz Dynamic Pressure Sensor System, Maxium sensor head soak temperature 750°C

PT1100x™ Data Sheet
PT1400™

Four Channel, 240V AC, 20kHz Dynamic Pressure Sensor System, Maxium sensor head soak temperature 750°C

PT1400™ Data Sheet

SIX YEARS AT DIDCOT B POWER STATION

Six years of testing shows high reliability of Oxsensis optical pressure sensors.

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DLR COMBUSTOR DYNAMICS TRIALS

Peter Griebel, Head of High-Pressure Experiments Group, The DLR Institute of Combustion Technology in Germany stated,  “The collaboration has been really useful and we are pleased to be publishing experimental details with Oxsensis....”.

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