A Method of Determining the Level of Dielectric Liquids from the Parameters of a Model of a Capacitance Fuel Level Sensor

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A method of determining the level of dielectric liquids from the parameters of a model of a capacitance level sensor and a model of a communication line is considered. The proposed method may be used to eliminate the influence of faults in the communication line on the results of a determination of the fueling level of a tank and increase the reliability with which this level is determined. Requirements imposed on a capacitance level sensor and the communication line are described. Analytic expressions for determining the parameters of a level sensor and the communication line as well as the components of the error in the determination of the fueling level are presented.

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fueling level sensor parameters of level sensor alternating current dielectric permittivity capacitance 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation EnergiyaKorolevRussia
  2. 2.Moscow Institute of Electronics and MathematicsNational Research University Higher School of Economics (MIEM HSE)MoscowRussia

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