En'Urga Inc. is the industry leader in customized optical diagnostic equipment for the most challenging factory floor application. En'Urga Inc. has 20 years experience in optical diagnostics and research, serving many Fortune 50 companies and Federal Government agencies.
Our expertise in emission and absorption tomography in hostile environments enables measurement and control of varied processes in a wide array of industries. We install instruments suitable for the measurement of temperatures, gas concentrations, emissivity, and particulate characteristics for single phase and two phase reacting flows. En'Urga Inc. specializes in research, design, prototype development, customization, and calibration of optical diagnostic equipment for the factory floor.
En'Urga Inc. provides prototype product design and development, from the initial conception phase to the final commercialization phase. At En'Urga Inc., we use Pro-Engineer Solid Model Software for our mechanical designs, Protel electronic design software for our electronics and PCB designs, and Zeemax for our optical designs.
En'Urga Inc. has a range of vendors that can handle small and large volumes of electronic, optical, and mechanical fabrication. En'Urga Inc. can also provide software services both for the graphical user interface development and ensuring regulatory compliance during quality audit.
En'Urga Inc. specializes in helping the commercialization of University Intellectual Property through the development, testing, and fabrication of prototype systems and limited run, low-volume, high cost products.
Emission/Absorption spectroscopy is used to determine the local particulate and gas species concentrations and temperatures in a turbulent or laminar reacting flow. The basic principle is to measure the radiation emitted by the hot particulate-laden gases within a homogeneous volume. In addition, the attenuation of radiation by the same volume of material is also measured. To restrict the measured radiation/attenuation to homogeneous volumes within a turbulent flame, an intrusive collimating light guide is often used.
To obtain the temperatures from particulate emission, typically the radiation emitted by the volume at 900 and 1000 nm is measured. Normally, this restricts the lowest resolvable temperature to approximately 800 K. It's best to utilize longer wavelengths to measure even lower temperatures. In the absence of particulates, temperature can be measured using radiation emitted by one of the stable gas species such as carbon-dioxide or hydrogen. Usually, these measurements are obtained in the infrared wavelengths. In addition, attenuation is usually measured across the same volume. Particulate or gas species concentrations measured either by emission or by extinction are identical; if the probe volume is homogeneous and there is absence of scattering.
En'Urga Inc. provides custom designed hardware and/or software for emission/absorption spectroscopy. The information needed to custom design your spectroscopic system includes the temporal/spatial resolution, description of the flow, species or particulate concentrations of interest, and the level of support.
Systems designed by En'Urga Inc. in operation
En'Urga Inc. has a full X-Ray tomography system which can be used to perform non-desctructive evaluation of plastic components. In addition, the system can provide soot mass concentrations in diesel particulate filters.
En'Urga offers spray patternation (spray pattern) services at our laboratory. The SETScan optical patternator is used for nozzle testing. We offer testing of sprays with diameters up to 7 inches with our OP-600 model. For smaller sprays we use the OP-200 patternator for better resolution. Many types of nozzles and injectors including high-pressure nozzles can be tested in our laboratory. From low flow pharmaceutical nozzles to high flow aerospace nozzles.
We can also custom fabricate fixtures for mounting your nozzles or injectors for patternation (spray pattern) tests. Additional requirements such as spray ing frequency, nozzle pressure and spraying fluid can be accommodated.
Some information that can be obtained from patternation (spray pattern) testing is listed below:
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