TITLE

Note: High temperature pulsed solenoid valve

AUTHOR(S)
Wei Shen; Sulkes, Mark
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jan2010, Vol. 81 Issue 1, p016101
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We have developed a high temperature pulsed solenoid valve with reliable long term operation to at least 400 °C. As in earlier published designs, a needle extension sealing a heated orifice is lifted via solenoid actuation; the solenoid is thermally isolated from the heated orifice region. In this new implementation, superior sealing and reliability were attained by choosing a solenoid that produces considerably larger lifting forces on the magnetically actuated plunger. It is this property that facilitates easily attainable sealing and reliability, albeit with some tradeoff in attainable gas pulse durations. The cost of the solenoid valve employed is quite low and the necessary machining quite simple. Our ultimate level of sealing was attained by making a simple modification to the polished seal at the needle tip. The same sealing tip modification could easily be applied to one of the earlier high T valve designs, which could improve the attainability and tightness of sealing for these implementations.
ACCESSION #
47807397

 

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