Torque sensors are also utilised to perform audits on motors, power tools, turbi

Posted by Coherent Market insights on May 10th, 2022

Torque measurement is significant in a variety of technological applications, including engine and transmission testing, turbine testing, pump testing, and power measuring in propulsion systems. In the development of combustion engines and industrial motors, torque is an important characteristic. To increase mechanical performance, torque monitoring is essential in practically every equipment that achieves angular motion, including screw caps on prescription bottles and engines. Torque sensing is one of the strategies for making machines, engines, and embedded systems more efficient. Torque sensors are also utilised to perform audits on motors, power tools, turbines, and generators. As a result, the need for torque sensors has risen in recent years.

Torque sensors with the highest precision and dependability are required for smooth and consistent measurements in some of the most demanding applications, such as aerospace, maritime, and racing. However, temperature fluctuations produced by shaft rotation are known to introduce mistakes in resistive and piezo-resistive strain gauge systems, which is a source of concern. Sensors used in aerospace applications should be able to withstand high temperatures and be integrated in close proximity to the combustion chamber. Although recent attempts to improve existing torque measurement systems for increased accuracy have been effective, large-scale applications remain a challenge.

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