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9) with consideration of p2 ¼ 0 and T S ¼ const12, ðq þ qMi Þ ¼ ðk Á FÞ2 Á ½T 2 À T S À pSt2 þ C2 Á d ½T 2 À T S =dt: ð2:16Þ The temporal course of the function dðT 2 À T S Þ=dt is found either by proceeding from one point in time to another using the slopes of tangents at the measured course (T2 À TS) or by its numeric differentiation. During the reaction changes 12 qMi represents the sum of the caloric power of the physical and physicochemical processes during and occasionally after dosing or injection (Chap.
2). If p0 is compensated by an adjustable voltage source, only the desired q is recorded. Nowadays, using modern recording and calculation systems on the basis of digital electronics, elegant and simple multiplication and addition can be carried out. The controlling units can also be implemented on the basis of digital electronics. 2 23 Specification of Devices The essential features of the apparatus are as follows: • Material of measuring kettle/intermediate thermostat Glass, HC4, V4A stirrer, surfaces of electric heater, temperature sensor HC4, V4A • Electric heater with approximately no thermal inertia, tem- HC4, V4A perature sensors with the smallest thermal time constant, thermocouples, quasi-identical, homemade by cutting pieces of thermoelectric wire into two parts and preparing the quasi-identical cut zones as thermocouples • Volume of measuring kettle 100 !
E. pSt, reads À Á pM ¼ D Á ω ¼ dTorque Á I Á 2π Á N ¼ ðDU þ DL Þ Á 2π Á N ¼ DU Á 2π Á N þ ðDFLMotor þ DDLMotor þ DFLShaft Þ Á 2π Á N ¼ pU þ pL ¼ pSt þ ðDFLMotor þ DDLMotor þ DFLShaft Þ Á 2π Á N: Hence, for a constant rotational velocity N it follows that À Á pM ¼ dTorque Á I Á 2π Á N ¼ pSt þ constMStL : ð2:8 2:3Þ Even classic electronics allows one to record the thermal reaction power q in a simple way: • Using special heater systems (lead, heating section, lead with resistance ratio 1/400/1; Philips Eindhoven) with virtually no thermal inertia and DC power supplies, both the released heating powers p2 in the measuring kettle and p1 in the immediate thermostat are obtained in Watts multiplied by the intensities of the current I2/1 [A] and voltage U2/1 [V] of the heaters by means of a multiplier unit.