MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 139, 20172017 3rd International Conference on Mechanical, Electronic and Information Technology Engineering (ICMITE 2017)
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|Published online||05 December 2017|
Design and Test of Sensor for Aircraft Engine Gas Path Debris Electrostatic Monitoring
1 Beijing Changcheng Aeronautic Measurement and Control Technology Research Institute, Beijing 101111, China
2 Aviation Key Laboratory of Science and Technology on Special Condition Monitoring Sensor Technology, Beijing 101111, China
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The research and design of sensor for aircraft engine gas path debris electrostatic monitoring are given in this paper. The mechanism of charged debris and principle of electrostatic induction of sensor are researched firstly, and when the charged material near or keep away from the electrostatic sensor, the induced charge of opposite polarity will be induced on the sensor’s probe. And then, the structure of electrostatic monitoring sensor is designed based on the principle of electrostatic induction. Electrostatic sensor is constituted by sensitive element, dielectric, internal circuit and grounding shell. Due to the particularity of working environment of electrostatic sensor, various factors such as performance requirements and using occasions should be considered in designed process. Finally, the effectiveness of electrostatic monitoring sensor is verified using experimental system. From the experimental results we can know when the charged particles through the electrostatic sensor, the sensing signal amplitude and the activity level are change obviously. These works provide theoretical method for the early fault warning of aircraft engine gas path components, and the monitoring and management of aircraft engine working condition.
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