Thermal Sensor Boiler Monitoring based on Wireless Sensing
Keywords:power plant boiler, wireless sensor network, gray prediction, ZigBee
To solve the problems of traditional wiring monitoring methods, such as difficulty in wiring, high temperature, and premature aging of the lines, the development status and trend of ZigBee technology were analyzed. A ZigBee-based online gas leakage monitoring system for power plant boilers was designed to avoid gas leakage in these boilers. ZigBee short-range wireless communication technology was used instead of the wired method to complete online monitoring of power plant boilers. Results showed that the system timely monitored the gas leakage and revealed the operating status of the power plant boiler in real time. In addition, the next moment of gas leakage was predicted, which ensured the safe and stable operation of the power plant boiler. In summary, gray system theory provides powerful theoretical support for the leakage status assessment and gas leakage prediction of the boiler. The proposed system ensures the safe, stable, and efficient operation of the power plant boiler.
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