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Author Closs, Ralph.

Title Automated weighing technology : process solutions / Ralph Closs, Henry Vandelinde, and Matt Morrissey
Published [New York, N.Y.] (222 East 46th Street, New York, NY 10017) : Momentum Press, 2013
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Contents 1. Introduction to weighing -- Topics -- Types of weighing -- Static weighing -- Dynamic weighing -- Weighing history -- Static industrial weighing -- Conveyor belt scales -- Terminology -- Industrial weighing and Siemens -- Siemens Milltronics -- The Merrick years -- SIWAREX -- Summary
2. Bulk material handling -- Topics -- Belt feeders -- Belt conveyors -- Screw feeders and conveyors -- Apron feeders -- Pan feeder -- Rotary airlock feeders -- Aerated gravity conveyors -- Gates, valves, and shutoffs -- Rotating table feeders -- Drag chain conveyors -- Bucket elevators -- Vibratory feeders -- Summary
3. Dynamic weighing devices -- Topics -- Belt scales -- Weighfeeders -- Weighbelt conveyors -- Solids flowmeters -- Impact -- Centripetal or momentum force Coriolis force -- Loss-in-weight feeders -- Rotor weighfeeder -- Summary
4. Belt scale designs -- Topics -- Weighbridge design -- Belt scale weighbridge design -- Weighbridge design considerations -- Current weighbridge designs -- Basic pivot -- Leaf spring as flexure bearing -- Direct application to dual load cells -- Common full construction single-idler weighbridge designs -- Common full construction single-idler belt scale designs -- Single-idler: full construction versus modular -- Installing a modular scale -- Common multi-idler weighbridge designs -- Full construction multi-idler designs versus multiple single-idler designs -- Multi-idler: full-length versus multiple single-idler in tandem -- The MSI -- advanced weighbridge design -- Approvals -- The design -- Designed for exceptional accuracy -- MSI single-idler belt scale -- Double-idler MSI belt scale -- Triple-idler MSI belt scale -- Summary
5. Load cells -- Topics -- Load cell technology -- LVDT load cells -- Strain gauge load cells -- Bonded strain gauge -- Basic strain gauge circuit with digital output -- Protecting the load cells -- Load cell types -- Load cells at a glance -- Summary
6. Speed sensors -- Topics -- Belt speed detection -- Return belt speed sensor (RBSS) -- Pulley driven belt speed sensors -- Proximity switch sensors -- Photocell toothed-wheel pickup sensor -- Rotary shaft encoder sensors -- High resolution encoder with anti-vibration interface circuit sensor -- SITRANS WS300 logic description -- AC tacho-generator -- Comparison of speed sensors -- Summary
7. Integration -- Topics -- Mechanical integration -- Electronic integrators -- Basic function -- Integrator design -- Basic integrator operation -- Basic integrator programming -- Belt scale calibration -- Span calibration -- Integrator designs -- Stand alone -- PLC based -- Integration programmed into a PLC operating system -- Multiple integrators -- Load cell signal processing -- Digital load cell interface -- Common integrator features -- Recording control system totals -- Comparison of Integration options -- Summary
8. Belt scale installation -- Topics -- Belt scale/conveyor terminology -- Scale area idlers -- Installation -- Belt scale location -- Conveyer types -- Other installation considerations -- Idlers -- Idler alignment in the scale area -- Pulleys -- Conveyor -- General installation guidelines -- Speed sensor installation -- Integrator installation -- Connecting components -- Maintenance and modifications -- Maintenance -- Modifications -- Material buildup -- Material spills -- Summary -- Agriculture -- Summary
9. Applications and summary -- Topics -- Application overview -- Mining and aggregates -- Cement -- Food and beverage -- Secondary markets -- Mining, aggregate, cement
Appendix A -- Glossary -- Index
Summary Weighing technology by its very nature suggests something solid and substantial, which is exactly what you get from Siemens - and a whole lot more. From the rugged requirements of a mine to the delicate measurements of pharmaceutical suppliers, Siemens weighing technology provides accurate weight measurement whether the material is on the go or standing still. The unmatched performance of the Siemens Milltronics Single Idler (MSI) leads the way, supported by the whole Siemens line of belt scales, weighfeeders, and flowmeters. These contact instruments provide the data which is then interpreted by Siemens integrators like the SITRANS BW500 and the SIWAREX FTC module. Siemens weighing solutions are supported by peripheral devices and equipment like speed sensors, test chains, and the Milltronics Weight Lifter (MWL). Furthermore, solutions are often custom designed by Siemens technical staff and application engineers to ensure optimal performance. Siemens provides complete weighing solutions for many industries from food and beverage to pharmaceuticals and environmental systems. However, the mining, aggregate, and cement industry is a primary focus where Siemens rugged reliability and accuracy play a key role. When experts ask about the best in the weighing field, the answer is clearly Siemens
Analysis BW500
MSI
WS300
belt scale
belt weigher
flow rate
load cell
milltronics
speed sensor
weighing
Notes Title from PDF title page (viewed July 30, 2013)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Siemens Aktiengesellschaft.
Electronic weighing systems.
Weighing instruments.
Form Electronic book
Author Morrissey, Matt.
Vandelinde, Henry.
ISBN 160650634X (electronic bk.)
9781606506349 (electronic bk.)
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