From Environmental Engineering Problems and Solutions

Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.

Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.

Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.

Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.

Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.

Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.

Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.

Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.

Copyright Harry S. Harbold 2000 under license agreement with Books24x7

Products & Services
Shock and Impact Sensors
Shock and impact sensors are devices that detect sudden or severe impacts at a predetermined level and indicate whether the level has been exceeded.
Vacuum Sensors
Vacuum sensors are devices for measuring vacuum or sub-atmospheric pressures.
Force and Torque Instruments
Force and torque instruments are used to measure force, weight or torque. Some can measure force and torque by changing the sensor / transducer.
Linear Velocity Sensors
Linear velocity sensors measure the linear velocity of an object using either contact or non-contact techniques.

Topics of Interest

Reprinted with permission from the April 30, 1978 reference issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage Works staff. Reprinted with permission from...

The most dominant application of bridge circuits is in the instrumentation arena. Within these applications, the strain gage as a resistive element sensitive to displacement has been used extensively...

Strain Gages (gauges): What is a Strain gage? A Strain gage (sometimes refered to as a Strain Gauge) is a sensor whose resistance varies with applied force; It converts force, pressure, tension,...

Signal-conditioning IC simplifies strain-gage bridge sensor setup. Strain-gage sensors are used in many applications including manufacturing, process control, and research. They convert strain into an...

Item 3 Polymer 46, No.26, 2005, p.12546-55 HIGH STRAIN RATE COMPRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR OF POLYCARBONATE AND POLYVINYLIDENE DIFLUORIDE Siviour C R; Walley S M; Proud W G; Field J E Cambridge,University...