By Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay, Octavian Adrian Postolache, Krishanthi P. Jayasundera, Akshya K. Swain
This publication deals an up to date assessment of the innovations, modeling, technical and technological information and functional purposes of other different types of sensors, and discusses the tendencies of subsequent iteration of sensors and structures for environmental and meals engineering. This booklet is aimed toward researchers, graduate scholars, teachers and execs operating within the box of environmental and foodstuff engineering, environmental tracking, precision agriculture and foodstuff caliber control.
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In these calibration tests, the measurement scanning direction was set from both wavelength sides to ﬁnd the backlash effect between turning table gears. The results are shown (Figs. 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11). These experimental results for the monochromator indicate that spectrum peek data obtained both direction have a certain of error toward true value, and these error difference at comparable level means that the backlash had almost no effect at these calibration wavelengths. Figure 12 shows the peak shift trend toward the measured wavelength.
Because the system performance might change slowly because of season, weather, or other conditions, the training process can be repeated at a regular basis. For instance, the current training process can be done every week on tested buildings. The fault detection process is to detect whether there is a fault in the system or not (binary classiﬁcation problem). After the training process, a learnt normality model of the HVAC system can be used to detect system faults automatically. The collected sensor data is periodically detected with the models built based on the sensor features, and the similarity between current measurement and the historical feature is calculated.
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