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Design of Industrial Wireless Sensor System for Real-Time Data Collection in Steam Turbines

Moneer Ali Lilo 1,2, L. A. Latiff 1, Aminudin Bin Haji Abu 3, Yousif I. Al Mashhadany 4, and Salah M. Ali Al-Obaidi 5
1. Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2. College of Science, Department of Physics, Al Muthana University, Al Muthana-Iraq
3. Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
4. Engineering Department, Engineering College, University of Anbar, Iraq
5. Institute of Noise and Vibration, University Technology Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Abstract—Wireless Sensors (WS) are utilized in industries, medical, greenhouses, and other applications to sense and monitor parameters required to control and utilize data. There are many challenges to implement WS networks such as collision, end-to-end delay, dead nodes and power consumption to name a few; however, the main challenge that face the implementation of WS are the sensing and transferring the data between the sensor and the system and the time taken. The time taken of a wired sensor to transfer data is undoubtedly slightly shorter than the time taken in WS. This paper intends to design WS that could reduce the data transfer time and compare the amount of transferred data and the time taken by the wired system. The WS design will be validated first by Bland-Altman method and data will be collected using MATLAB and the PLX-DAQ program. The results show that the amount and time taken to transfer data in WS is comparable to the wired system. The validated results suggested by this work are more than 95% in similarity to Bland-Altman. This led us to conclude that WS can be utilized with a multitude of applications in place of wired sensors. 
 
Index Terms—industrial wireless sensor, real time processing, Bland-Altman plot, wireless speed sensor

Cite: Moneer Ali Lilo, L. A. Latiff, Aminudin Bin Haji Abu, Yousif I. Al Mashhadany, and Salah M. Ali Al-Obaidi, "Design of Industrial Wireless Sensor System for Real-Time Data Collection in Steam Turbines," International Journal of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Vol. 4, No. 5, pp. 439-442, October 2016. doi: 10.18178/ijeee.4.5.439-442
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