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Implementation of an Automated System in the Measurement of Temperature in Broken Dynamic Equipment

José Luis Hernández Corona; Ernesto Mendoza Vázquez; Alejandra Ortiz Castro; Amador Arroyo López; Moisés Martínez Aguirre

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Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering and Sciences Publication(BEIESP)

This article presents a titration project describing the implementation in the rotodynamic equipment of an economical automated temperature module, as a preventive solution for future failures caused by the lack of analysis in the increase or decrease in temperature. The project is currently contextualized in the area of industry, first, providing background to frame the importance of temperature control and measurement and also know what its evolution has been like. Immediately focuses on explaining the theoretical basis for giving context to the reader. For the purpose of detecting the increase or decrease of heat in machinery by implementing a monitoring system. The development of the project is based on the use of an LM35 transistor that connected to an Arduino Uno through various cables, will display the temperature measurement and make interface of the obtained results that will be reflected in a 2x16 LCD screen. The project is applied in a prototype bench in three key parts of the pulley, and in the two bearings to make the simulations, then perform corresponding tests and check that theory. A simple and lower cost system, but above all efficient that meets the expectations of the problem presented.

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