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A DEVICE FOR MEASURING THE TEMPERATURE AND SAMPLING MOLTEN METAL
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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To simultaneously measure the temperature and withdraw metal samples at the same point, a device is proposed which is made in the form of a lined pipe, on which graphite sampler blocks and blocks for thermocouples are installed in pairs at various levels along its height. Electrical contacts are installed in the samplers, which send a signal when filled with molten metal. The signal wires from the samplers and the thermocouples are installed in shielded pipes, distributed about the circumference of the main pipe of the device. The samplers and thermocouple blocks with shield pipes are secured to connecting elbows by sleeve nuts. Author
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