Ultrasonic Level Transmitter Animation

Ultrasonic Level Transmitter Animation
Ultrasonic Level Transmitter Animation

Ultrasonic Level Transmitter Animation shows the working principle of ultrasonic level sensors visually.

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  1. An ultrasonic transmitter is being used to measure liquid level in a process vessel. The liquid level in the vessel is 2.8 m. If the transit time of the ultrasonic signal from the sensor to the liquid surface and its return is 8.3 ms, calculate the distance from the sensor to the bottom of the vessel. The velocity of sound through the medium is 342 m/s.

    what will be the answer, which equation needs to be used?

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  2. Distance = speed of sound x Td/2 = 342 m/s x 8.3 ms / 2 = 342 m/s x 8.3 x0.001/2 = 342 m/s x0.00415 = 1.42 m

    Tank height = liquid level + distance = 2.8m + 1.42 m = 4.22 m

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