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For us SCS’s technology is a breakthrough technology because it gives us results from the engine’s test, which we could achieve by no other methods in the past

13th April 2016

VALIDATION OF SURFACE TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS ON A COMBUSTOR LINER

A Thermal History Paint (THP) was applied to the hot-gas side of a combustor component for validation against other measurement techniques such as thermocouples and classical colour changing thermal paints and to evaluate its resilience against the reacting hot gas environment.
The results demonstrate the benefits of THP’s as a new temperature profiling technique. It is shown that the THP exhibited greater durability compared to the conventional thermal paint. Furthermore, the new technology provided detailed measurements down to millimetres indicating local temperature variations and global variations over the complete component.

The paper was published in the Proceedings of ASME Turbo Expo 2016: Turbomachinery Technical Conference and Exposition, GT2016, June 13 – 17, 2016, Seoul, South Korea, GT2016-56669,
Link to ASME purchase:

http://proceedings.asmedigitalcollection.asme.org/proceeding.aspx?articleid=2555255&resultClick=3

13th April 2016

Rotary engine for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

In the past we have unsuccessfully tried traditional colour changing thermal paints. However, the novel Thermal History Paint remained adherent and I was blown away by the vast amount of high quality temperature data.

Nathan Bailey, Managing Director, AIE

Learn more – SCS AIE Case Study Final.pdf

17th August 2016

Petrol Engine Turbocharger Components

Sensor Coating Systems (SCS) worked with a German automotive supplier to successfully deliver over 1000 temperature measurements on 4 different turbocharger components using the novel Thermal History Paint technology. The paint remained adherent on all 4 components; the turbine wheel, housing, heat shield and compressor wheel and the measurements covered a wide range, 100-1000°C. The results provided important information in previously inaccessible locations.Learn more – SCS German Turbo Case Study v2 Final.pdf

10th November 2015

Nozzle Guide Vane Segment of Small Aircraft Engine

The data extends very brief information from thermocouples and brings the complete view to the thermal process inside the cooled NGVS.

Tomáš Jelínek, VZLÚ

Learn more – SCS VZLU Case Study v1 Final.pdf

What customers say about SCS

For us SCS’s technology is a breakthrough technology because it gives us results from the engine’s test, which we could achieve by no other methods in the past

13th April 2016

VALIDATION OF SURFACE TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS ON A COMBUSTOR LINER

A Thermal History Paint (THP) was applied to the hot-gas side of a combustor component for validation against other measurement techniques such as thermocouples and classical colour changing thermal paints and to evaluate its resilience against the reacting hot gas environment.
The results demonstrate the benefits of THP’s as a new temperature profiling technique. It is shown that the THP exhibited greater durability compared to the conventional thermal paint. Furthermore, the new technology provided detailed measurements down to millimetres indicating local temperature variations and global variations over the complete component.

The paper was published in the Proceedings of ASME Turbo Expo 2016: Turbomachinery Technical Conference and Exposition, GT2016, June 13 – 17, 2016, Seoul, South Korea, GT2016-56669,
Link to ASME purchase:

http://proceedings.asmedigitalcollection.asme.org/proceeding.aspx?articleid=2555255&resultClick=3

13th April 2016

Rotary engine for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

In the past we have unsuccessfully tried traditional colour changing thermal paints. However, the novel Thermal History Paint remained adherent and I was blown away by the vast amount of high quality temperature data.

Nathan Bailey, Managing Director, AIE

Learn more – SCS AIE Case Study Final.pdf

17th August 2016

Petrol Engine Turbocharger Components

Sensor Coating Systems (SCS) worked with a German automotive supplier to successfully deliver over 1000 temperature measurements on 4 different turbocharger components using the novel Thermal History Paint technology. The paint remained adherent on all 4 components; the turbine wheel, housing, heat shield and compressor wheel and the measurements covered a wide range, 100-1000°C. The results provided important information in previously inaccessible locations.Learn more – SCS German Turbo Case Study v2 Final.pdf

10th November 2015

Nozzle Guide Vane Segment of Small Aircraft Engine

The data extends very brief information from thermocouples and brings the complete view to the thermal process inside the cooled NGVS.

Tomáš Jelínek, VZLÚ

Learn more – SCS VZLU Case Study v1 Final.pdf

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