thermoelement


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thermoelement

(ˌθɜːməʊˈɛlɪmənt)
n
(Electrical Engineering) a device made up of a heating mechanism and a thermocouple and used to measure small currents
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Thus it was proposed that continuous application of a natural thermoelement as source of energy could treat the chronic disorder and thermobalancing therapy (TT) with therapeutic device (DATD) were created [14].
It is also capable of detecting a disconnected heating element, thermoelement, communication error and other failures.
A thermoelement measuring temperature [T.sub.1] is placed in the oil bath and also used for regulation purposes.
We observed that the influence of Joule effect increases as we move from left to right and it reaches its maximum value at the middle of each thermoelement (P and N).
We adopt a commercially available thermoelectric device; its size is 40 mm x 40 mm x 4.2 mm and the corresponding specifications are TEC-127-05 with 127 couples of p-n bismuth tin (BiSn) alloy thermoelement sandwiched between two thin ceramic plates.
A single thermoelement or a thermocouple can be used as a sensor element in relatively fast-responding and exact thermometers at temperatures from--270 to + 2500[degrees]C.
Equilibrated solutions were filtered and analyzed using a S4 thermoelement atomic absorption spectrophotometer.
Thermoelectric elements are designated by two letters where the second letter, P or N, denotes the positive or negative thermoelement, respectively.
SRM thermometers (capsule SPRT, clinical laboratory, Pt thermoelement and Au/Pt thermocouple) have been ca librated in terms of the ITS-90 and cover the temperature range from -259.3476 [degrees]C to 1768 [degrees]C.