Performance analysis of a prototype wireless monitoring system for a gas turbine

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Abstract

The report describes the design, development and evaluation of an end-to-end wireless monitoring system “table-top” demonstrator. The system is dedicated to gas flow temperature monitoring for gas turbine engines used in aerospace applications. The demonstrator was built with off-the-shelf hardware components, in-house produced interface boards, and software developed by the authors here. The demonstrator was evaluated in terms of: its added informational value compared with existing wired thermocouple harnesses, the performance of the wireless network, and the power consumption of the wireless nodes.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCoventry
PublisherCoventry University Cogent Computing ARC
VolumeCOGENT 007
Publication statusPublished - 2009

Keywords

  • wireless monitoring
  • gas turbine
  • temperature monitoring

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    Brusey, J., Goldsmith, D., Poole, N., Gaura, E., & Mo, Y. (2009). Performance analysis of a prototype wireless monitoring system for a gas turbine. Coventry: Coventry University Cogent Computing ARC.