An American university has made a device that can detect when temperatures are at their hottest.
The University of California at Berkeley says its thermal thermography (TTM) can detect if a room is on fire and then can give the correct amount of oxygen and heat to a room in the middle of a prolonged fire.
“We’re basically taking a heat source and we’re putting a heat exchanger in the space,” said TTM professor and head of the university’s Department of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Physics Michael Wojcicki.
When the temperature drops below the point where the heat can’t get converted to steam, it’s a red signal that the room is going to burn,” he said. “
The steam is then turned back into heat and turned into light.
When the temperature drops below the point where the heat can’t get converted to steam, it’s a red signal that the room is going to burn,” he said.
“And so when you do that, you know it’s not going to be a good time to go into the room and sleep.”
TTM is an extremely sensitive and sensitive device, according to Wojcik.
“It’s about 10 times more sensitive than an ordinary thermal thermograph,” he told CBC News.
And so the question is how do you make that sensitive?” “
So you’re going to want to have a really, really good thermal thermographic.
And so the question is how do you make that sensitive?”
Thermal thermometers are used in most industries, and they are used for the following: monitoring the flow of water through pipes, controlling electrical systems, and monitoring the temperature of gas and oil.
But for the past 10 years, there’s been little information on how well they can detect fires.
That’s because the TTM uses very sensitive equipment, with sensors that have to be calibrated and calibrated again every time the device is used.
And that’s not always the case.
“I’ve had one technician, and we had to calibrate the temperature every time we used it,” Wojciak said.
So what do we do when the thermometer doesn’t work?
“I’d rather not use it because I don’t think it’s going to help you,” he explained.
But if the device does not work and the room burns down, it could give the wrong information, and could have a chilling effect on people.
The technology could be used in the future to monitor for gas leaks, or if there is an electrical fire in a room, the TMT could be turned off and used to determine if there’s a problem with the wiring in the room.
The Berkeley researchers hope to test their technology in a lab and in an indoor setting before making it available to the public.
They hope to have their first commercial product ready to be tested by 2019.