MIT researchers have developed a way of rapidly switching the magnetic polarity of a ferrimagnet 180 degrees with a small applied voltage, which could help improve data storage and create smaller sensors.
Compressor stations often employ automated valves activated using pressurized natural gas, requiring improved actuator designs to eliminate emissions.
Advanced temperature measurement technology leads to cleaner, safer, and more profitable downstream operations.
Ideally suited for measuring the flows of conductive liquids, as well as for volume measurement of water and corrosive liquids.
The Zone Water Detection Sensor detects the widespread presence of water in areas like floors or drop ceilings.
A screening vibration sensor system featuring batteryless technology, long-range sensor-to-gateway communication and more.
Constant temperature and power anemometry advances in flow measurement technology are allowing process engineers to do more than ever before with process instrumentation.
Valves engineered specifically for isolation in vent and drain valve applications in the power industry.
The metamaterial is made using 3D printing technologies, which allows engineers to create networks of tiny tubes, known as microvasculature, that can be incorporated into a range of structural composites.
Actuators used in industrial and other applications require careful analysis of the requirements before choosing the right actuator for the application.