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The electric actuator application in construction is a challenging area in the field of electric actuators systems technologies. Electric actuator application in construction without any doubt is applicable in a large field of the industries such as the generation of electrical three dimensional connections and in the field of micro electronics so as to create solder bumps for bonding as well as rapid prototyping in the electric circuits. However, to be more specific, the generation of electric actuator application in construction at high temperatures or other demanding working conditions is a highly complex task for several reasons.
In the first place, according to scientific research results, the electric actuator device must operate at certain temperatures according to the electric actuator production requirements so that all parts of the device have to be either made of temperature stable electric actuator materials or have to be thermally insulated from the highly hot parts of the electric actuator application in construction system, which is especially true in the case of electric actuator that have to be insulated or cooled to prevent any possibility of destruction because their operation temperature is largely limited typically ranges between one hundred and fifty degrees and three hundred degrees.
What is more, the mechanical stress induced by the electric actuator heating up or cooling down is a major challenge for the dispensing device that requires certain design rules to be considered including the of electric actuator material combinations as well as the elasticity and appropriate thermal expansion of the main parts. Furthermore, it is a truth universally acknowledged that the pneumatic actuators application in construction has to be protected from oxidation with the help of the application of an inert gas since the formation of oxides will inhibit the generation of mechanical motions when a hall sensor is placed in that space.
The experimental results concerning the electric actuator have shown the same effects of the electric actuator force for different air gaps and surface types with a very good saturation effect of the material. Unfortunately the electric actuator air gap could not be held constant since the electric actuator shaft may be bent towards the actuator due to a limited number of extra equipment. And such kind of bending could not be measured and will have to be calculated for the electric actuator shaft in order to compensate the electric actuator effect, if we hope to understand the electric actuator starting air gaps on the basis of significant discrepancies in the shaft. An adequate electric actuator application in construction sensor is essential to achieve accurate results in the force estimation in many different ways.