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Where is the thermal time relay?
On a bosch CIS or CIS E fuel injection system there is a thermal time switch located on the engine upper radiator coolant hos at the head. This device controls the cold start injector timedto engine temperature, cold engine up to about 10 seconds of injection, hot engine 1 or 2 seconds of injection. This switch is used on many European models (VW, MB, etc.) Since you did not provide a make, year and model of the vehicle this is only a guess.
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Yes, replace it to see if that is the problem. Also replace the fuel filter.
A time delay relay is used in applications that have a need to be automatically switched on and off. A few applications that require time delay relays are strobe lights, stop…lights, and Christmas tree lights.
A thermal overload ralay is a device to protect an electrical device like a motor/generator from catching fire/burning out due to excessive heat produced during operation. The… relay has a bi-metallic contact that operates with temperature. When the temperature of the system goes above a pre-set value, the contact goes from closed position to open, and the power supply to the circuit is cut and the device is saved from damages. So it keeps the system with in the safe operating temperatures. You may find thermal relays for different temperature values, based on the operating range of your equipment.
Electrical contact materials used in switches brushes and relays must possess which thermal conductivity and melting point?
Electrical contact materials used in switches brushes and relays must possess high thermal conductivity and high melting point. High thermal conductivity dissipates heat …effectively and high melting point is to avoid fusing in case of accidental overheating.
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As the data obtained from the medical centres says that the time it takes for an object to cool down from 100º C to 50ºC. It is a rule that a smaller object cools faster tha…n a larger object of the same material and shape which means that the smaller target has a shorter thermal relaxation time. This fact is important when the tissue needs to be heated to a desired temperature at a certain fluence setting. If the pulse width is too long, the tissue will start cooling itself via thermal conduction prior to the completion of a pulse causing a negative clinical effect. The second parameter that should be taken into consideration when estimating the TRT is the shape of the target tissue. A sphere (skin cells) having 360 degrees of cooling surface area cools faster than a cylinder (hair follicles). This allows hair follicle to retain its heat while the skin cells can cool itself much more efficiently. For this reason, parameters can be selected to destroy the follicle without causing damage to the skin. For targeting smaller structures, a shorter pulse duration and higher fluence are recommended.
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the relay used to protect the generator/motor from overload currents. And to protect insulation of the stator windings.
These! relays operate at a constant time predetermined by adjustment and are independent of current magnitude as long as it is sufficient to operate the relay. The t…ime-current characteristic is shown by curve D in Fig. 2. These days are generally us&l for radial circuits or for those loop circuits which have a few sections in series and there is no difference between the fault current at the end of one s~&on and the beginning of the next one. This relay is also used for back-up protection to differential and distaze relays. If there are several sections in se&s, say more than three or four, the time of operation increases as the fault location moves closer towards the source of power and thus the heavier faults get cleared in longer times. Nom - The resetting current or time or both arc important where hi is uSed or if the breaker is not supposed to trip. There is a poleibility 8!2zz3 condition may cause the overcurren t relay to operate but a return to normal condition for a relay wth a low resetting current or a high resetting time is not possible and an undesired operation may result. This relay 'may also be advantageously used qn systems where the Eault current at a particular point varies widely due to the changes in source impedance, as there is relatively small change in time with the variation of Gult current. For earth-fault protection, if the fault current is severely limited by neutral impedances or by arc or earth resistances, which is often the case in industrial plant systems, the definite time overcurrent relay may be used to facilitate co-ordination between two successive sections. In such cases it is recommended to use relays with similar charact&istics.
The bimetallic thermal relay consists of a small bimetallic strip that is heated by an element connected in series with the supply. When the current rises above a preset value…, the movement of the strip releases a catch which opens the trip contacts. In recent years more modern electronic relays are used which simulate the thermal overload. Many of these relays also incorporate a memory, i.e. simulates the temperature rise / cooling curve of the winding.
A thermal is an area of rising air in the low heights of the Earth's atmosphere. Thermals are created by uneven heating of the Earth's surface from solar radiation, and an exa…mple of convection. The Sun warms the ground, which in turn warms the air directly above it
Thermal is a type of scientific term used in science. It is usually connected with a word so as an example: thermal energy = a type of energy or thermal socks = warm socks. Ev…entually you'll notice thermal has almost always something to do with heat and temperature. If you want to know what Thermal energy exactly is look up on this website .... all this asked for is " what thermal is"
what is the inverse time of the theraml overload?
Time delay protective relays used in the power industry can be time over current or voltage, or definite time over / under voltage / over current. Definite time type… relays use an over / under voltage / current element that picks up when voltage / current reach a specified level. When this picks up, a timer is started. If current / voltage stays above / below the pickup value for long enough to allow the timer to expire, the relay trip contacts are closed. Time over current elements use an inverse time - current curve to define speed of operation, so the more current is present, the faster the relay will operate.
e.coli is 55°C for 60 min
This can be used to determine how long it will take bacteria to die. It was used in cooking to determine how hot the food needed to get in order for customers not to get s…ick if bacteria were present.