KR101967709B1 - Ultrasonic-based solid deposition in flowline visualization apparatus and system thereof - Google Patents

Ultrasonic-based solid deposition in flowline visualization apparatus and system thereof Download PDF

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KR101967709B1
KR101967709B1 KR1020180132050A KR20180132050A KR101967709B1 KR 101967709 B1 KR101967709 B1 KR 101967709B1 KR 1020180132050 A KR1020180132050 A KR 1020180132050A KR 20180132050 A KR20180132050 A KR 20180132050A KR 101967709 B1 KR101967709 B1 KR 101967709B1
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According to one embodiment of the present invention, an ultrasonic-based in-flow solid integrated visualization system comprises: at least one submerged ultrasonic transducer assembly; a constant temperature fluid tank having a constant temperature fluid inlet port and a constant temperature fluid outlet port communicating with a constant temperature fluid heat exchanger to circulate the constant temperature fluid; a test cell containing a test oil sample inside; an ultrasonic imaging module for receiving a signal measured from the submerged ultrasonic transducer assembly; and a temperature measuring module for measuring a temperature of the constant temperature fluid and the test oil sample. Therefore, an objective of the present invention is to provide a technology for monitoring solid growth process according to a curing of integrated solids.

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Ultrasonic-based solid deposition in flowline visualization apparatus and system

The present invention relates to an ultrasonic visualization-based solids integrated visualization device and system, and more particularly, to monitor the flow tubes by ultrasonic flaw detection, to detect the solids integration time of the inner wall of the flow tube, and to solidify the solid growth process according to the curing of the integrated solids The present invention relates to an ultrasound-based solids integration visualization device and system for monitoring and estimating the process of estimating the effective flow cross-sectional area in a flow tube changed by the integrated solids.

Recently, due to the impact of low oil prices and strengthening environmental regulations, the interest in the efficiency of production operation of existing oil fields is increasing rather than the development of new oil fields. Attempts are underway. Accordingly, over the past several years, the importance of monitoring and responding to predictive abnormalities at oil production sites and transportation treatment facilities has been emphasized, and related regulations are being strengthened.

Sedimentation of solids in the flow pipes leads to blockage of the flow pipes, which can lead to significant economic losses due to breakdowns and downtimes.

Visualization through internal monitoring of flow pipes in oil and gas production sites and treatment facilities, as well as in all industrial sites where flow pipes are installed, is important for flow pipe integrity assessments and oil quality assessments to detect risks that may occur in fluid flow systems.

Ultrasonic Testing (UT) is one of the most common non-destructive testing methods. It uses short wavelengths and high frequency sound waves. When a high frequency sound wave propagates into a flow tube, if a defect or internal accumulation appears, the ultrasonic wave is reflected and the time of the sound and the amplitude of the signal are measured. Most UTs use a pulse echo method.

In the 1950s, applications were extended to large inspection objects such as aircraft aircraft in the form of Ultrasonic Immersion Testing Equipment. Solid state circuits, multi-channel systems, modularization, and digital outputs were developed from 1960 to 1970. Since the 1990s, laser ultrasonic systems have been developed to facilitate non-contact remote ultrasonic inspection, and technological advances have been made, such as high-speed heating and expansion based on short laser pulses, forming seismic waves on specimens to perform inspection.

In recent years, the wireless transmission and reception system and automation are performed by using a combination of phased array and portable smart devices and applications, which is a distinguishing feature of the application of non-destructive inspection technology based on ultrasonic inspection (UT).

Detecting defects, measuring thickness, and inspecting inner walls using ultrasonic inspection (UT) are maximizing advantages in terms of technology and cost through automation and computerization. Recently, microelectronic technology, semiconductor technology, MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical System) The adoption of technology and the application of sensor networks and artificial intelligence technologies, which are the leading technologies of the 4th Industrial Revolution, are trying to speed up the inspection process and automate image analysis, and there is a technical trend toward miniaturization and portability.

Wave types used in the ultrasonic scanning method include longitudinal waves, shear waves, rayleigh waves, lamb waves, and guided waves. Longitudinal waves are used to push the molecules of the test object in the same direction as the movement of the wave and to test the front and back ends of the flow tube body or to test the integrity of the plate before processing into the flow tube. Shear waves propagate at slower and shorter wavelengths than longitudinal waves at the same frequency, have transverse particle motion in the horizontal and vertical directions, and are commonly used to test the transverse health of a test subject. Rayleigh waves are a type of surface wave of a test object and are used to detect surface cracks of the test object. The lamb wave is a vibration that occurs from the upper surface to the lower surface of the test object, so it is also called a plate wave and is mainly used to test the position and state of discontinuity of the test object.

Patent document 1 generates an ultrasonic wave in a structure by radiating a laser beam while scanning the structure and simultaneously sensing ultrasonic waves propagating in the thickness direction from the structure to generate a thickness direction ultrasonic wave propagation image, whereby full-area pulse-echo laser ultrasonic wave propagation. Disclosed is a full-area ultrasonic wave imaging system capable of visualizing damage information in the thickness direction of an entire structure through imaging.

In addition, as a representative case of actual flow tube monitoring based on ultrasonic flaw detection methods, ENI, Italy, has developed and applied vibro-acoustic based e-vpms® for remote monitoring of oil flow tubes. It analyzes acoustic and acoustic waves generated by fluctuations in the flow rate along the pipeline using separate networks of pressure sensors and vibration sensors installed in the flow pipe at a distance of several tens of kilometers. In other words, although the monitoring technology to detect the leakage of the flow pipe is proposed by applying MAS (multi-point acoustic sensing) technology, it provides the effective flow cross-sectional information and the image information of the solid accumulation type due to the solids accumulated on the inner wall of the flow pipe. I couldn't.

Weatherford, USA, developed an ultrasonic corrosion and crack detection system for remote monitoring of flow tubes, and attempted to detect stress, corrosion and crack points through ultrasonic sensors in the flow tubes. It is possible to evaluate the integrity of the flow tube with UTWM (Ultrasonic Wall Measurement) and UTCD (Ultrasonic Crack Detection) technology, but it is not possible to grasp the effective flow cross-sectional area change and accumulation type information in the flow pipe due to solids accumulation. Small diameter flow tubes have limitations that are difficult to apply.

Malaysia's state-owned oil company, PETRONAS, has investigated the technology of wax accumulation monitoring in a flow tube using Electrical Capacitance Tomography (ECT). This visualized the wax formation in the static state of crude oil produced in the Malay Basin. However, the visualization method using electric capacitance tomography (ECT) is very dependent on the permittivity distribution of the components in the electric capacitance sensor and the resolution is somewhat low, so the phase boundary distinction in the flow tube is not clear and the sensor is placed inside and outside the flow tube. There is a limitation that all must be attached.

TRACERCO in the UK used gamma ray tomography to study monitoring technology in the presence of water and hydrates in a flow tube. Through this, we tried to measure the amount of hydrate accumulation in the flow tube and to suggest the optimized interval and inhibitor injection cycle of the site. However, X-ray tomography, including r-ray tomography, Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) tomography and Attenuated total reflection-Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, ATR Imaging technology with -FTIR spectroscopy is very expensive and risks radiation exposure.

As such, in the related art, a monitoring technique for detecting a leak of a flow tube has been proposed, but a technique for providing effective flow cross-sectional information and image information in a form of solid accumulation due to solids accumulated on the inner wall of the flow tube has not been proposed.

In addition, the monitoring technology using electric capacitance tomography has been proposed, but the boundary of the boundary in the flow tube is unclear, and there is a limit that the sensor should be attached inside and outside the flow tube.

In addition, a monitoring technique using gamma ray tomography has been proposed, but the device price is very expensive and there is a risk of radiation exposure.

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The present invention has been made to solve the above-mentioned problems, and an object thereof is to provide a first time detection technology of solids accumulation on the inner wall of the flow tube by monitoring the flow tube by ultrasonic flaw detection.

It is also an object of the present invention to provide a solid growth process monitoring technology according to the curing of the integrated solids.

In addition, as a study for the development of the effective flow cross-sectional estimation technology in the flow pipe changed by the integrated solids, it is an object to provide an integrated visualization system of solids in the flow pipe based on the ultrasonic wave.

In order to achieve the object to be solved of the present invention, the ultrasonic based flow tube solids integrated visualization system according to an embodiment of the present invention comprises at least one submerged ultrasonic transducer assembly; A constant temperature fluid tank having a constant temperature fluid inlet port and a constant temperature fluid outlet port communicating with the constant temperature fluid heat exchanger to circulate the constant temperature fluid; A test cell in which a test oil sample is accommodated therein; An ultrasonic imaging module receiving a signal measured from the submerged ultrasonic transducer assembly; And a temperature measuring module configured to measure temperatures of the constant temperature fluid and the test oil sample.

According to another embodiment of the present invention, an ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization system may include at least one contact ultrasonic transducer assembly; An external test cell having a constant fluid inlet and a constant fluid outlet for communicating with the constant fluid heat exchanger and circulating the constant fluid; An internal test cell inserted into the external test cell and receiving a test oil sample therein; An ultrasonic imaging module receiving a signal measured from the contact ultrasonic transducer assembly; A real time monitoring and data collection server receiving a signal from the ultrasound image module; It may include.

In addition, the temperature measuring module for measuring the temperature of the constant temperature fluid and the test oil sample may be further included.

Ultrasound-based solids integrated visualization device according to an embodiment of the present invention for achieving another object of the present invention is fixed to the base fixing material on one side and the other side is sealed to form an annular space therein, injected to the outside A first annular test cell having a port and an outlet port; A second annular test cell provided at one side of the first annular test cell and having a space formed therein, the one side being hermetically fixed on the base fixing member and the other side being opened to be opened; And an ultrasonic sensor disposed in the open space inside the second annular test cell, the ultrasonic sensor having an ultrasonic transmitting sensor and an ultrasonic receiving sensor.

In addition, the first temperature measuring module for measuring the temperature of the constant temperature fluid and the second temperature measuring module for measuring the temperature of the test oil sample may be further included.

In addition, the ultrasonic sensor unit is provided on one side of the vertical sensor support, the vertical sensor support is coupled to the horizontal sensor support and the fixed clamp, one end of the horizontal sensor support is fixed to the intermediate member, the intermediate member is up and down by the adjustment knob It is coupled with a height adjustment holder provided with a movable height adjustment portion, the height adjustment holder may be fixedly coupled to the base fixing material.

Ultrasonic-based solid-state integrated visualization device according to another embodiment of the present invention includes an ultrasonic sensor unit having an ultrasonic transmitting sensor and the ultrasonic receiving sensor; A first annular test cell mounted on the outside of the ultrasonic sensor unit, one surface of which is coupled to a first end cap, and the other surface of which is fitted with a second end cap, and the test oil sample is accommodated therein; An inner tank having the first annular test cell disposed therein and having an injection port at one side thereof; And an outer tank having the inner tank disposed therein and having a discharge port at one side thereof. It may include.

In addition, the first temperature measuring module for measuring the temperature of the constant temperature fluid and the second temperature measuring module for measuring the temperature of the test oil sample may be further included. In addition, a first gear is provided on one side of the first end cap of the first annular test cell, and the first end cap and the second end cap are fixed to both wing portions of the vertical moving part, and the vertical moving part Combined with an elevation module having a transfer module equipped with an elevation knob, the transfer module of the elevation module may be configured to move up and down when the elevation knob is rotated.

 In addition, any one of the first end cap and the second end cap may be engaged with a rotation angle adjuster provided with an angle scale, and may be rotated at a specific angle.

In addition, the ultrasonic sensor unit is compressed and supported by at least one sensor support, the sensor support is fastened to the intermediate member, the intermediate member is coupled to the height adjustment holder capable of vertical movement, the height adjustment holder is the floor fixing material Can be mounted on.

Ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization device according to another embodiment of the present invention includes an ultrasonic sensor unit having an ultrasonic transmitting sensor and the ultrasonic receiving sensor; And a first annular test cell mounted on an outer side of the ultrasonic sensor unit, one end of which is coupled to a first end cap, and the other end of which is equipped with a second end cap, and which has an injection port on one side and an outlet port on the other side. A second annular test cell inserted into the first annular test cell and accommodating a test oil sample therein; It may include.

In addition, the first temperature measuring module for measuring the temperature of the constant temperature fluid and the second temperature measuring module for measuring the temperature of the test oil sample may be further included.

In addition, a rotation control knob is provided on one side of the first annular test cell, and when the rotation adjustment knob is rotated, the first annular test cell may be rotated.

In addition, at least one of the first end cap and the second end cap of the first annular test cell may be combined with a rotation angle adjuster marked with an angle scale to enable rotation at a specific angle.

In addition, the ultrasonic sensor unit is compressed and fixed by a horizontal sensor support, one end of the horizontal sensor support is fixed to the groove of the intermediate member, the intermediate member is fixed to the second end cap, the second end cap is attached to the base fixing material Can be fixed.

Other specific details of the preferred embodiment of the present invention are included in the "details for carrying out the invention" and the accompanying drawings.

Advantages and / or features of the present invention, and methods of achieving the same will be apparent with reference to the respective embodiments of the following detailed description, which is described with reference to the accompanying drawings.

However, the present invention is not limited to the embodiments described below, but can be implemented in various different forms, and each embodiment of the present invention is only to complete the disclosure of the present invention, those skilled in the art It is to be provided that the scope and scope of the invention are set forth in its entirety, and it is to be understood that the invention is defined only by the scope of each claim of the claims.

According to the ultrasonic wave-based solids accumulation visualization device and system according to the present invention, the ultrasonic wave-based solids accumulation visualization device can provide the effective flow cross-sectional change information and the image information in the form of solids accumulation due to the accumulation of solids in the flow tube. It can be effective.

In addition, there is an effect that can provide a high-resolution ultrasonic wave analysis based in-pipe monitoring technology.

1 and 2 are schematic diagrams illustrating a system for visualizing solids integrated in a flow tube based on immersion ultrasonic waves according to an embodiment of the present invention.
3 and 4 are schematic diagrams illustrating a system for visualizing solids integrated in a flow tube based on contact ultrasonic waves according to an embodiment of the present invention.
5A to 5D are a perspective view, a bottom view, a side view, and a front view of a physical property measuring apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
6A to 6D are a perspective view, a bottom view, a side view, and a front view of an immersion ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization device according to an embodiment of the present invention.
7A to 7D are a perspective view, a bottom view, a side view, and a front view of a immersion ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization device according to an embodiment of the present invention.
8 and 9 are a perspective view and a side view showing the support means for mounting the ultrasonic sensor unit of the immersion-type ultrasonic based flow integrated solids visualization device according to an embodiment of the present invention in the first annular test cell.

Hereinafter, various exemplary embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

Before describing the present invention in detail, the terms or words used in the present specification should not be construed as being limited to ordinary or dictionary meanings, and the inventors of the present invention explain the invention in the best way. In order to properly define and use the concept of various terms, it should be further understood that these terms or words should be interpreted as meanings and concepts corresponding to the technical spirit of the present invention.

In other words, the terminology used herein is for the purpose of describing particular embodiments only and is not intended to be limiting the teachings of the invention. It should be understood that the term is defined in consideration.

In addition, in the present specification, the singular expression may include the plural expression unless the context clearly indicates that the singular has only the singular meaning, and similarly, the plural expression may include the singular meaning. It should be known.

Moreover, throughout the present specification, when an element is described as "comprising" another element, unless otherwise stated, any other element may be added, rather than excluding any other element. It may mean that it may include.

Furthermore, if a component states that it is "inside, or connected to and installed with" another component, the component is directly connected to, in contact with, or at a distance from the other component, In some cases, the third component or means for fixing or connecting the component to another component may be present. It should be understood that the description of the means may be omitted.

On the other hand, if a component is described as being "directly connected" or "directly connected" to another component, it should be understood that this third component or means does not exist.

Similarly, other expressions describing the relationship between each component, such as "between" and "immediately between", or "neighboring to" and "directly neighboring to", are intended to be the same. It should be interpreted as having.

In addition, in this specification, terms such as “one side”, “other side”, “one side”, “other side”, “first”, “second”, and the like, if used, refer to this one component for one component. Is used to clearly distinguish from other components, and it should be understood that such terms do not limit the meaning of the components.

In addition, the terms related to the position "up", "down", "left", "right", and the like in the present specification, if used, should be understood to indicate a relative position in the associated drawings with respect to the corresponding component, Unless an absolute position is specified with respect to their position, these position related terms should not be understood as referring to the absolute position of each component.

Furthermore, in the context of the present invention, the terms "unit", "unit", "module", "device", etc., if used, mean a unit of construction capable of processing one or more functions or operations, which may be hardware or It should be appreciated that it may be implemented in software, or a combination of hardware and software.

In addition, in the present specification, in designating the reference numerals for each component shown in the accompanying drawings, for the same component, even if the components have the same reference numerals, even if shown in different drawings, i.e. throughout the specification The same components are indicated by the same reference numerals.

In addition, in the accompanying drawings, the size, position, coupling relationship, etc. of each component constituting the present invention are described with some exaggeration or reduction or omission in order to sufficiently convey the spirit of the present invention or for convenience of description. There may be, and therefore the proportion or scale may not be exact.

In addition, in this specification, when description of the method including a step is described, the identification code (drawing code) for indication of each step is only used for convenience of description, and these identification codes are the order of each step. It is not intended to be described in a definite designation, and may occur differently from the order of the steps described in the present specification unless the context clearly indicates the specific order of each step.

That is, each step of the present invention may occur in the order described herein, may be performed substantially simultaneously, and if necessary, may be performed in the reverse order instead of sequentially, and if necessary, some It should be appreciated that the step may be performed without omitting the step.

In addition, hereinafter, in the following description of the present invention, a configuration determined to unnecessarily obscure the subject matter of the present invention, a configuration that can be inferred with sufficient technical deduction by those of ordinary skill in the art, and a known technology including a related art. It should be understood that detailed description of the configuration and the like may be omitted.

Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings, a preferred embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail. However, the embodiments of the present invention described below are merely to describe in detail enough that one of ordinary skill in the art can easily practice the invention, and therefore the protection scope of the present invention is It is not meant to be limited.

1 and 2 are schematic diagrams illustrating a system for visualizing solids integrated in a flow tube based on immersion ultrasonic waves according to an embodiment of the present invention.

3 and 4 are schematic diagrams illustrating a system for visualizing solids integrated in a flow tube based on contact ultrasonic waves according to an embodiment of the present invention.

5A to 5D are a perspective view, a bottom view, a side view, and a front view of a physical property measuring apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

6A to 6D are a perspective view, a bottom view, a side view, and a front view of an immersion ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization device according to an embodiment of the present invention.

7A to 7D are a perspective view, a bottom view, a side view, and a front view of a immersion ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization device according to an embodiment of the present invention.

8 and 9 are a perspective view and a side view showing the support means for mounting the ultrasonic sensor unit of the immersion-type ultrasonic based flow integrated solids visualization device according to an embodiment of the present invention in the first annular test cell.

In the case of the oil component of the ultrasonic-based solid-ball integrated visualization device of the present invention, since it is practically difficult to utilize crude oil produced in the world, it will be artificially synthesized and manufactured to be used as an experimental sample. To this end, kerosene, solid paraffin and mineral oil are mixed according to the component ratios to use synthetic waxy oil. Through this, a preliminary experimental apparatus was established to verify whether analysis of changes in WAT (Wax Appearance Temperature) according to artificial control of the solid paraffin content was performed, and WAT measurement was performed. The preliminary analysis of the WAT change behavior of the test oil measured while changing the solid paraffin content to 3, 7, 11, and 15 wt.% Confirmed that it is suitable for the ultrasonic imaging system for the visualization of solids accumulation in the flow tube of the present invention. The ultrasonic wave propagation analysis is performed by setting environmental variables inside the flow pipe and fluid and wax solid properties in the flow pipe.

The ultrasonic-based in-flow solids integrated visualization system of the present invention is constructed in two types, immersion type and contact type.

1 and 2, a solid-state integrated visualization system based on immersion ultrasonic waves according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a test cell 10, an ultrasonic transducer assembly 20, Constant Temperature Fluid Bath (30) with Constant Temperature Fluid Inlet (31) and Constant Temperature Fluid Outlet (33), Temperature Sensor (40), Constant Temperature Fluid Heat Circulator 50, Ultrasonic Imaging Module 60, Real-Time Monitoring & Data Acquisition Server 70.

The test oil sample is contained in the test cell 10.

The test cell wall 13 prevents the test cell 10 from mixing the internal test oil sample with the constant temperature fluid of the test cell 10.

The ultrasonic transducer assembly 20 is an ultrasonic sensor unit mounted on the outer circumferential surface of the test cell 10 and having an ultrasonic transmitting sensor and an ultrasonic receiving sensor.

The constant temperature fluid bath 30 includes a constant temperature fluid inlet 31 and a constant temperature fluid outlet 33, and includes a constant temperature fluid 30 inside the constant temperature fluid tank 30. 14) is stored and a test cell 10 is placed in the constant fluid.

The temperature measuring module 40 uses a K-type thermocouple as a temperature sensor, and a test oil sample contained in the test cell 10 and a constant temperature fluid contained in the constant temperature fluid tank 30. The temperature change of (14) is measured by a temperature sensor, and serves to transmit a measurement signal to a real-time monitoring and data collection server.

The constant temperature fluid heat exchanger (Circulator) 50 is a constant temperature fluid (14) through the constant temperature fluid inlet (Constant Temperature Fluid Inlet, 31) through the space inside the test cell 10 through the constant temperature fluid outlet (33) Once discharged, the temperature of the constant temperature fluid 14 is again controlled to circulate to the constant temperature fluid inlet 31.

The ultrasonic imaging module 60 is mounted on the outer circumferential surface of the test cell 10 and transmits and receives ultrasonic data received from the ultrasonic transducer assembly 20 including an ultrasonic sensor unit having an ultrasonic transmitting sensor and an ultrasonic receiving sensor. This module implements images.

The Real-Time Monitoring & Data Acquisition Server (70) is connected to the ultrasound image module 60 to store and monitor the ultrasound data and images acquired by the ultrasound image module 60 in real time. And the test oil sample contained in the test cell 10 obtained by the temperature measuring module 40 and the constant temperature housed in the constant temperature fluid tank 30 in connection with the temperature measuring module 40. The temperature change of the fluid 14 is implemented as visual and audio information so that the temperature data measured by the temperature sensor can be stored and monitored in real time.

The integrated ultrasonic visualization system based on the immersion type ultrasonic wave in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention 1 is to simulate the ultrasonic monitoring process of the flow tube located on the sea floor. In this case, the contact medium between the flow tube and the ultrasonic sensor becomes a constant temperature fluid, so that the flow tube constituting the subsea production system can be simulated.

3 and 4, the contact type ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization system according to another embodiment of the present invention includes an internal test cell (10 ′) and an external test cell (Inside Test Cell). 11 '), Test Cell Wall (13'), Constant Temperature Fluid Inlet (11 ') and Constant Temperature Fluid Outlet (Constant Temperature Fluid Outlet, 13') and Constant Temperature Fluid , 14 '), External Test Cell (15'), Ultrasonic Transducer Assembly (20 '), Temperature Sensor (40'), Constant Temperature Fluid Heat Exchanger (50 ') ), Ultrasonic Imaging Module (60 '), Real-Time Monitoring & Data Acquisition Server (70').

The test oil sample is accommodated in the inner circumference of the inner test cell (10 ').

The test cell wall 13 'is positioned between the inner test cell 10' and the outer test cell 15 'to prevent mixing of the test oil sample with the constant fluid.

The outer test cell (15 ') has a constant temperature fluid inlet (31') and a constant temperature fluid outlet (33 ') and is a constant temperature fluid (14'). Is stored.

The ultrasonic transducer assembly 20 'is an ultrasonic sensor unit mounted on the outer circumferential surface of the external test cell 15' and provided with an ultrasonic transmitting sensor and an ultrasonic receiving sensor.

The temperature measuring module 40 'uses a K-type thermocouple as a temperature sensor, and includes a sample oil sample contained in the internal test cell 10' and an external test cell 15 '. The temperature change of the thermostatic fluid 14 accommodated is measured by a temperature sensor and transmits a measurement signal to a real-time monitoring and data collection server. The temperature sensor 40 'is a sensor having an internal test cell 10. ') Installed inside and connected to the outside of the internal test cell 10' and the external test cell 15 'to measure the temperature of the test oil sample contained inside the internal test cell 10'.

The constant temperature fluid heat exchanger (Circulator, 50 ') has a constant temperature fluid (14') through the constant temperature fluid inlet (11 ') outside the internal test cell (10') and the external test cell (15). ') Allow the constant fluid to circulate through the constant fluid outlet 13' through the inner space.

The Ultrasonic Imaging Module (60 ') transmits and receives from an ultrasonic transducer assembly (20'), which is mounted on the outer peripheral surface of the external test cell (15 ') and includes an ultrasonic sensor unit having an ultrasonic transmitting sensor and an ultrasonic receiving sensor. This module implements an ultrasound data as an image.

The Real-Time Monitoring & Data Acquisition Server (70 ') is connected to the ultrasound image module (60') to store the ultrasound data and images acquired by the ultrasound image module (60 ') and in real time. Implemented as visual and audio information for monitoring, and connected to the temperature measurement module 40 in the test oil sample and the constant temperature fluid tank 30 accommodated in the test cell 10 obtained by the temperature measurement module 40 The temperature change of the thermostatic fluid 14 'accommodated is stored as visual and audio information so that the temperature data measured by the temperature sensor can be stored and monitored in real time.

According to another embodiment of the present invention, a contact type ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization system 2 is designed to simulate an ultrasonic monitoring process of a flow tube located at an extreme location, and an ultrasonic sensor is constructed in a contact form. In this case, since the contact medium between the flow tube and the ultrasonic sensor is external air, it is possible to simulate the flow tube forming the extreme paper production system.

5A to 5D, there is shown the physical property measuring apparatus 1000 according to an embodiment of the present invention.

In the physical property measuring apparatus 1000 according to the exemplary embodiment of the present invention, the cylindrical test cell 100 is fixed on the base fixing member 170. The cylindrical test cell 100 is formed in a double tube structure in which the second annular test cell 130 is embedded in the inner circumference of the first annular test cell 110.

A second annular test cell 130 is inserted into an inner circumference of the first annular test cell 110 to form an annular space 114, and between the first annular test cell 110 and the second annular test cell 130. The constant temperature fluid circulates in the annular space 114, and the test oil sample is accommodated in the inner circumferential portion 116 of the second annular test cell 130.

One surface of the first annular test cell 110 and the second annular test cell 130 is fixed by maintaining an airtight while forming an annular space 112 therein by an annular end cap 117 having a circular groove formed therein. In addition, the other surfaces of the first annular test cell 110 and the second annular test cell 130 are fixed while being kept airtight by the base fixing member 170.

A first through hole is formed on one side of the first annular test cell 110 to provide an injection port 131, and a second through hole is formed on the other side of the first annular test cell 110 to discharge port 141. Is provided. The discharge port 141 is preferably installed at a position above the base fixing member 170 than the injection port 131.

Here, the constant temperature fluid injected into the injection port 131 is formed to flow through the annular space 115 is discharged to the discharge port 141.

An outer circumferential portion of the first annular test cell 110 is provided with an ultrasonic sensor unit 150 including an ultrasonic transmitting sensor and an ultrasonic receiving sensor.

The ultrasonic sensor unit 150 has a vertical sensor support 118 and a horizontal sensor support 120 coupled to the fixing clamp 115, one end of the horizontal sensor support 120 is fixed to the intermediate member 116, and the intermediate member ( 116 is coupled to the height adjustment holder 160 is provided with a height adjustment unit 167 that can be moved up and down by the adjustment knob 165, the height adjustment holder 160 is fixedly coupled to the base fixing member 170. The first temperature measuring module 191 measures the temperature change of the constant temperature fluid 14 accommodated in the first annular test cell 110 and the test oil sample contained in the second annular test cell 130 by using a temperature sensor. It serves to transmit measurement signals to the time monitoring and data collection server 70. A K-type thermocouple is mainly used as a temperature sensor, but is not limited thereto, and various types of temperature sensors may be used.

The operation of the physical property measuring apparatus 1000 according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described.

Physical property measuring apparatus 1000 according to an embodiment of the present invention is composed of a double tube of the first annular test cell 110 and the second annular test cell 130, the test oil inside the second annular test cell 130 Sample is received. The first annular test cell 110 and the second annular test cell 130 are made of a transparent material so that the whole can be a visible window, and the temperature control method is the first annular test cell 110 and the second annular test cell ( 130) The constant temperature jacket system in which the constant temperature fluid circulates is applied.

The ultrasonic sensor unit 150 having the ultrasonic transmitting sensor and the ultrasonic receiving sensor is settled in the test oil sample inside the second annular test cell 130 and the signal measured by the ultrasonic sensor unit 150 is converted into an ultrasonic transducer assembly ( 20).

Circulation and temperature control of the constant temperature fluid are performed using the constant temperature fluid heat exchanger 50 which precisely controls the temperature of the fluid.

Ultrasonic sensor unit 150 is screened based on the density of the solid paraffin first, and after confirming the density of the oil-containing state in the porous network of the wax solid by a literature review and second screening to display the optimal signal waveform and frequency spectrum It is chosen to be possible.

The ultrasonic imaging module 60 identifies the arrangement of the ultrasonic sensor unit 150 for optimizing the solid integrated visualization image processing, and generates, accumulates, waxes according to a temperature gradient direction applied inside the second annular test cell 130. Determine if the curing steps can be distinguished and measure the physical properties of the test oil sample.

The first temperature measuring module 191 measures the temperature change of the constant temperature fluid 14 accommodated in the first annular test cell 110 and the test oil sample contained in the second annular test cell 130 by using a temperature sensor. The measurement signal is sent to the time monitoring and data collection server 70.

6A to 6D, there is illustrated an apparatus 2000 for visualizing solids in a flow tube based on an immersion ultrasonic wave according to an embodiment of the present invention.

In an embodiment of the present invention, the immersion ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization device 2000 includes a first end cap 217 coupled to one surface of the first annular test cell 240, and a second end cap coupled to the second end cap. 295 is combined. One side of the first end cap 217 is provided with a first gear 205. The first end cap 217 and the second end cap 295 are fixed to both wing portions of the vertical moving part 261, and the vertical moving part 261 is coupled to the elevation module 260 and the transfer module 263. And, the transfer module 263 is configured to move up and down when the elevation knob 265 is rotated.

A second gear 207 is provided at an upper side of the vertical moving part 261, and the second gear 207 is rotated about the central axis when the rotation knob 275 is rotated. It is structured.

An angle scale is displayed on the surface of the first annular test cell 240, so that the first annular test cell 240 is rotated about a central axis due to the rotation of the rotation knob 275, and the first annular test cell 240 is rotated. The angle scale is engraved on the surface of the) to measure the degree of rotation.

The test oil sample is accommodated in the inner circumferential portion of the first annular test cell 240.

The first through hole is formed on one side of the inner tank 220 to provide the injection port 223, and the second through hole is formed on the other side of the outer tank 230 to provide the discharge port 234.

The constant temperature fluid injected into the injection port 223 from the constant temperature fluid heat exchanger is formed through a step 226 when a flow circulating through the space portion 225 of the inner tank 220 is formed and is filled inside the inner tank 220. It flows down the outer wall of the inner tank 220 and flows out into the space portion 235 between the inner tank 220 and the outer tank 230 and discharges to the discharge port 234 provided on one side of the outer tank 230. do.

The outer periphery of the first annular test cell 240 is provided with an ultrasonic sensor unit 250 having an ultrasonic transmitting sensor and an ultrasonic receiving sensor. The ultrasonic sensor unit 250 is fixed by the support means. For example, as in the physical property measuring apparatus of FIG. 5, the ultrasonic sensor unit 350 has a vertical sensor support 118 and a horizontal sensor support 120 fixed to the clamp. And coupled to the 115, one end of the horizontal sensor support 120 is fixed to the intermediate member 116, the intermediate member 116 is provided with a height adjustment unit 167 that can be moved up and down by the adjustment knob 165 The height adjustment holder 160 is coupled, and the height adjustment holder 160 is fixedly coupled to the base fixing member 170.

The first temperature measuring module 291 passes through and is inserted into the second end cap 295 while keeping the first temperature port 214 airtight, and the temperature of the synthetic oil sample contained in the first annular test cell 240. The change is measured by a temperature sensor to transmit a measurement signal to the real-time monitoring and data collection server 70, and the second temperature measuring module 292 is connected to the second temperature port 215 formed on one side of the inner tank 220. The temperature change of the constant temperature fluid accommodated in the inner tank 220 is measured by a temperature sensor, and the measurement signal is transmitted to the real time monitoring and data collection server 70. A K-type thermocouple is mainly used as a temperature sensor, but is not limited thereto, and various types of temperature sensors may be used.

The operation of the immersion ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization device 2000 according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described.

The immersion ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization device 2000 according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a first annular test cell 240 and a immersion ultrasonic sensor unit 250.

The test oil is accommodated in the first annular test cell 240 and is made of a transparent material so that the whole can be a visible window, and the temperature control method includes the first annular test cell 240 with the inner tank 220 and the outer tank. The method of immersion in the constant temperature bath consisting of 230 is applied.

The submerged ultrasonic sensor unit 250 is attached to the outer circumferential portion of the first annular test cell 240, and is interlocked with the ultrasonic transducer assembly 20 for acquiring the measured signal.

Circulation and temperature control of the constant temperature fluid are performed using the constant temperature fluid heat exchanger 50 which precisely controls the temperature of the fluid.

Ultrasonic sensor unit 250 is the primary screening based on the density of the solid paraffin, and after confirming the density of the oil-containing state in the porous network of the wax solid by a literature review and second screening to display the optimal signal waveform and frequency spectrum It is chosen to be possible.

The ultrasonic imaging module 60 identifies the arrangement of the submerged ultrasonic sensor unit 250 for optimizing the solid integrated visualization image processing, and generates and accumulates wax according to a temperature gradient direction applied to the first annular test cell 240. Check if the curing step can be distinguished.

The first temperature measurement module 291 measures the temperature change of the synthetic oil sample contained in the first annular test cell 240 by using a temperature sensor to transmit a measurement signal to the real time monitoring and data collection server 70. In addition, the second temperature measuring module 292 measures a temperature change of the constant temperature fluid accommodated in the internal water tank 220 by using a temperature sensor, and transmits a measurement signal to the real time monitoring and data collection server 70.

7A to 7D, there is shown a contact type ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization device 3000 according to an embodiment of the present invention.

In one embodiment of the present invention, the contact type ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization device 3000 is formed in a double tube structure in which a second annular test cell 330 is inserted into an inner circumference of the first annular test cell 310.

A second annular test cell 330 is inserted into an inner circumference of the first annular test cell 310 to form an annular space 325, and between the first annular test cell 310 and the second annular test cell 330. The constant temperature fluid circulates in the annular space 325, and the test oil sample is accommodated in the internal space 335 of the second annular test cell 330.

One surface of the first annular test cell 310 and the second annular test cell 330 is coupled to the first end cap 317, and the other surface of the first annular test cell 310 and the second annular test cell 330. The second end cap 395 is coupled. The first end cap 317 is mounted on the front support 311, the front support 311 is fixed to one side of the base fixing member 370, the second end cap 395 is the other side to the base fixing member 370 The first annular test cell 310 and the second annular test cell 330 are mounted on both sides of the upper base fixing material 370.

A first through hole is formed in one side of the first annular test cell 310 and the second annular test cell 330 to provide an injection port 331, and the first annular test cell 310 and the second annular test cell A second through hole is formed on the other side of the 330, and the discharge port 341 is provided. The constant temperature fluid injected into the injection port 331 forms a flow circulating through the annular space 325 and is discharged to the discharge port 341.

One side of the first annular test cell 310 is provided with a rotation adjustment knob 380 having a rotation adjustment knob knob 385, and when the rotation adjustment knob 380 is rotated to rotate the rotation adjustment knob 380. The annular test cell 310 and the second annular test cell 330 are rotated.

The first temperature measuring module 391 is penetrated and mounted in the first annular test cell 310 while being hermetically sealed to the first temperature port 313 provided at the center of the first end cap 317. The temperature change of the oil sample is measured by a temperature sensor to transmit a measurement signal to the real time monitoring and data collection server 70 ', and the second temperature measuring module 392 is provided at one side of the first end cap 317. Real-time monitoring and data collection server 70 'is measured through a temperature sensor to measure the temperature change of the constant temperature fluid contained in the second annular test cell 330, which is penetrated and installed in the second temperature port 315, while maintaining airtightness. The measurement signal is transmitted by A K-type thermocouple is mainly used as a temperature sensor, but is not limited thereto, and various types of temperature sensors may be used.

8 and 9, an ultrasonic sensor unit 350 including an ultrasonic transmitting sensor and an ultrasonic receiving sensor is mounted on an outer circumferential portion of the first annular test cell 310. The ultrasonic sensor unit 350 is fixed by the support means. For example, the ultrasonic sensor unit 350 is compressed and fixed by the horizontal sensor support 420, and one end of the horizontal sensor support 420 is the intermediate member 416. Screw 418 is fixed to the groove of the intermediate member 416 is fixed to the second end cap 395 by screws 419, the second end cap 395 is fixed to the base fixing member 370. .

The horizontal sensor supporter 420 has a structure that is changed up and down in the groove of the intermediate member 416 and fixed by a screw 418, thereby changing the number or changing the position of the ultrasonic sensor unit 350 to be mounted. In this case, the horizontal sensor support 420 may be spaced apart from the first annular test cell 310, and the ultrasonic sensor unit 350 may be mounted or detached therebetween and then compressed again.

The second end cap 395 is coupled with the rotation angle adjuster 307 having an angle scale engraved on the surface to facilitate the rotation of the first annular test cell 310 and the second annular test cell 330 at a specific angle. Let's do it. In addition, it is also possible to combine the rotation angle adjuster 307 with the angle scale is engraved on the first end cap 317.

The operation of the contact type ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization device 3000 according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described.

Contact type ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization device 3000 according to an embodiment of the present invention is the first annular test cell 310, the second annular test cell 330, the contact type ultrasonic sensor unit 350 Include. The first annular test cell 310 is made of a transparent material so that the test oil is accommodated, and the whole can be a visible window, the temperature control method is the outer peripheral portion of the first annular test cell 310, the second annular test cell 330 The constant temperature jacket system in which the constant temperature fluid circulates between these surrounds is applied.

The contact type ultrasonic sensor unit 350 is attached to the outer circumferential portion of the first annular test cell 310, and is interlocked with the ultrasonic transducer assembly 20 ′ that acquires the measured signal.

The constant temperature fluid is circulated and temperature controlled using a constant temperature fluid heat exchanger 50 'that accurately controls the temperature of the fluid.

The contact type ultrasonic sensor unit 350 is primarily screened based on the density of solid paraffin, and the density of the state in which the oil is contained in the porous network of the wax solid is confirmed by literature review, and then screened optimally for an optimal signal waveform and frequency spectrum. It is chosen to be able to represent.

The ultrasound image module 60 ′ grasps the arrangement of the contact type ultrasonic sensor unit 350 for optimizing the solid integrated visualization image processing, and the outer periphery of the first annular test cell 310 to the second annular test cell 330. Verify that the wax generation, accumulation and curing steps can be distinguished by the direction of temperature gradient applied.

The first temperature measuring module 391 is penetrated and mounted in the first annular test cell 310 while being hermetically sealed to the first temperature port 313 provided at the center of the first end cap 317. The temperature change of the oil sample is measured by a temperature sensor, and serves to transmit a measurement signal to the real time monitoring and data collection server 70 ', and the second temperature measuring module 392 is one side of the first end cap 317. Real-time monitoring and data collection server by measuring the temperature change of the constant temperature fluid contained in the second annular test cell 330 is penetrated and installed in the second temperature port 315 provided in the airtight with a temperature sensor ( 70 ') to transmit measurement signals.

The physical property measuring apparatus 1000 according to an embodiment of the present invention, the immersion ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization device 2000, the contact ultrasonic wave-based solids integrated visualization device 3000 has the following effects: to provide.

First, it is possible to detect the time of accumulation of solids inside the flow pipe. That is, it is possible to detect the wax solids generation time step by analyzing the ultrasonic wave, and it is possible to distinguish the wax solids accumulation step and the curing step that progresses over time. In addition, each step can be distinguished, and the technical guidelines for the new estimation method are proposed after validating the result by comparing with the WAT result measured by the standard method of ASTM D2500 or ASTM D7397 to identify the low temperature characteristics of the transparent oil. can do.

Secondly, by monitoring the growth of the wax by changing the paraffin content, it is possible to determine if there is a limitation of the critical wax content that can be detected by the technical method, and the growth of the wax solid according to the temperature gradient applied to the test cell is radial. You can see if it proceeds.

Third, once the growth monitoring technology of wax solids is secured, the effective flow cross-sectional area can be calculated through the morphology analysis related to the growth of wax solids. The line can be derived.

As mentioned above, although the preferred embodiment of this invention was described using some examples, the description about the Example described in this "specification for implementing this invention" is only illustrative, and a person skilled in the art can understand this invention from the above description. It will be appreciated that various modifications may be made or carried out with equivalent contents to the present invention.

In addition, the present invention is not limited by the above description because it can be implemented in a variety of forms, the above description is intended to complete the disclosure of the present invention to those skilled in the art It is to be understood that the disclosure is provided only to fully inform the scope, and that the present invention is defined only by the scope of each claim of the claims.

10: test cell
13: test cell wall
14: constant temperature fluid
20: Ultrasonic Transducer Assembly
31: constant temperature fluid inlet
33: constant temperature fluid outlet
30: constant temperature fluid tank
40: temperature sensor
50: constant temperature fluid heat exchanger
60: ultrasonic imaging module
70: Real-Time Monitoring and Data Collection Server
10 ': internal test cell
13 ': test cell wall
14 ': constant temperature fluid
15 ': external test cell
20 ': ultrasonic transducer assembly
31 ': Constant temperature fluid inlet
33 ': Constant temperature fluid outlet
40 ': temperature sensor
50 ': constant temperature fluid heat exchanger
60 ': ultrasonic imaging module
70 ': Real-time monitoring and data acquisition server
100: cylindrical test cell
110: first annular test cell
112: annular space
115: fixed clamp
117: annular end cap
118: vertical sensor support
120: horizontal sensor support
130: second annular test cell
131: injection port
141: discharge port
150: ultrasonic sensor unit
160: height adjustment holder
161: intermediate member
165: adjustment knob
167: height adjustment
170: base fixing material
191,291,391: first temperature measurement module
192,291,392: second temperature measurement module
205: first gear
207: second gear
214: first temperature port
215: second temperature port
217: first end cap
220: internal water tank
223 injection port
225, 235: space part
226 step
230: external water tank
234: discharge port
240: first annular test cell
260: elevation module
261: vertical moving part
263: transfer module
265: elevation knob
275: rotation knob
295: second end cap
307: rotation angle adjuster
310: first annular test cell
317: first end cap
325: annular space
330: second annular test cell
335: interior space
331: injection port
341: discharge port
350: ultrasonic sensor unit
380: rotation adjustment knob
395: second end cap
1000: property measuring device
2000: Immersion type ultrasonic visualization based solids integrated visualization device
3000: visualization device of solids in flow tube based on immersion type ultrasonic wave

Claims (16)

  1. At least one submerged ultrasonic transducer assembly;
    A constant temperature fluid tank having a constant temperature fluid inlet port and a constant temperature fluid outlet port communicating with the constant temperature fluid heat exchanger to circulate the constant temperature fluid;
    A test cell in which a test oil sample is accommodated therein;
    An ultrasonic imaging module receiving a signal measured from the submerged ultrasonic transducer assembly;
    A temperature measuring module measuring a temperature of the constant temperature fluid and the test oil sample; Including,
    Ultrasound-based solids integrated visualization system.
  2. At least one contact ultrasonic transducer assembly;
    An external test cell having a constant fluid inlet and a constant fluid outlet for communicating with the constant fluid heat exchanger and circulating the constant fluid;
    An internal test cell inserted into the external test cell and receiving a test oil sample therein;
    An ultrasonic imaging module receiving a signal measured from the contact ultrasonic transducer assembly; And
    A real time monitoring and data collection server receiving a signal from the ultrasound image module; Including,
    Ultrasound-based solids integrated visualization system.
  3. The method of claim 2,
    Further comprising a temperature measuring module for measuring the temperature of the constant temperature fluid and the test oil sample,
    Ultrasonic-Based Solids Integration Visualization System ..
  4. One side is fixed on the base fixing material and the other side is closed to form an annular space therein, the first annular test cell having an injection port and an discharge port on the outside;
    A second annular test cell provided at one side of the first annular test cell and having a space formed therein, the one side being hermetically fixed on the base fixing member and the other side being opened to be opened therein;
    An ultrasonic sensor unit disposed in the open space inside the second annular test cell, the ultrasonic sensor unit including an ultrasonic transmitting sensor and an ultrasonic receiving sensor; Including;
    A first temperature measuring module for measuring the temperature of the constant temperature fluid contained in the first annular test cell and a second temperature measuring module for measuring the temperature of the test oil sample contained in the second annular test cell is further included. Made,
    Ultrasonic based solid tube integrated visualization device.
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  6. The method of claim 4, wherein
    The ultrasonic sensor unit is provided on one side of the vertical sensor support, the vertical sensor support is coupled to the horizontal sensor support and the fixed clamp, one end of the horizontal sensor support is fixed to the intermediate member, the intermediate member is vertically moved by the adjustment knob Coupled with a height adjustment holder provided with a height adjustment possible, the height adjustment holder is fixedly coupled to the base fixing,
    Ultrasonic based solid tube integrated visualization device.
  7. An ultrasonic sensor unit including an ultrasonic transmitting sensor and an ultrasonic receiving sensor;
    A first annular test cell mounted on the outside of the ultrasonic sensor unit, one surface of which is coupled to a first end cap, and the other surface of which is fitted with a second end cap, and the test oil sample is accommodated therein;
    An inner tank having the first annular test cell disposed therein and having an injection port at one side thereof; And
    An outer tank having the inner tank disposed therein and having a discharge port at one side thereof; Including,
    Ultrasonic based solid tube integrated visualization device.
  8. The method of claim 7, wherein
    Further comprising a first temperature measuring module for measuring the temperature of the constant temperature fluid accommodated in the inner tank and a second temperature measuring module for measuring the temperature of the test oil sample,
    Ultrasonic based solid tube integrated visualization device.
  9. The method of claim 7, wherein
    One side of the first end cap of the first annular test cell is provided with a first gear,
    The first end cap and the second end cap is fixed to both wings of the vertical movement portion,
    The vertical moving unit is coupled to an elevation module having a transfer module equipped with an elevation knob,
    The transfer module of the elevation module is configured to move up and down when the elevation knob is rotated,
    Ultrasonic based solid tube integrated visualization device.
  10. The method of claim 7, wherein
    Any one of the first end cap and the second end cap is coupled to the rotation angle adjuster provided with an angle scale, which can be rotated at a specific angle,
    Ultrasonic based solid tube integrated visualization device.
  11. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The ultrasonic sensor unit is compressed and supported by at least one sensor support,
    The sensor support is engaged with the intermediate member,
    The intermediate member is coupled to the height adjustment holder capable of vertical movement,
    The height adjustment holder is fixedly coupled to the base fixing material,
    Ultrasonic based solid tube integrated visualization device.
  12. An ultrasonic sensor unit including an ultrasonic transmitting sensor and an ultrasonic receiving sensor; And
    A first annular test cell mounted at an outer side of the ultrasonic sensor unit, one end of which is coupled to a first end cap, and the other end of which is equipped with a second end cap, and which has an injection port on one side and an outlet port on the other side;
    A second annular test cell inserted into the first annular test cell and accommodating a test oil sample therein;
    Ultrasonic based solid tube integrated visualization device.
  13. The method of claim 12,
    Further comprising a first temperature measuring module for measuring the temperature of the constant temperature fluid contained in the second annular test cell and a second temperature measuring module for measuring the temperature of the test oil sample,
    Ultrasonic based solid tube integrated visualization device.
  14. The method of claim 12,
    A rotation control knob is provided on one side of the first annular test cell,
    Rotating the rotation control knob is configured to rotate the first annular test cell,
    Ultrasonic based solid tube integrated visualization device.
  15. The method of claim 14,
    At least one of the first end cap and the second end cap of the first annular test cell is coupled to the rotation angle adjuster marked with an angle scale, the rotation is possible at a specific angle,
    Ultrasonic based solid tube integrated visualization device.
  16. The method of claim 12,
    The ultrasonic sensor unit is compressed and fixed by a horizontal sensor support, one end of the horizontal sensor support is fixed to the groove of the intermediate member, the intermediate member is fixed to the second end cap, the second end cap is fixed to the base fixing material ,
    Ultrasonic based solid tube integrated visualization device.
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