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Smoke and Gas leakage is a serious problem and nowadays it is observed in many places like residences, industries, and vehicles like Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), buses, cars, etc. It is noticed that due to gas leakage, dangerous accidents occur. The Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), or propane, is a flammable mixture of hydrocarbon gases used as fuel in many applications like homes, hostels, industries, automobiles, and vehicles because of its desirable properties which include high calorific value, less smoke, less soot, and meager harm to the environment. Liquid petroleum gas (LPG) is highly inflammable and can burn even at some distance from the source of leakage. This energy source is primarily composed of propane and butane which are highly flammable chemical compounds. These gases can catch fire easily. In homes, LPG is used mainly for cooking purposes. When a leak occurs, the leaked gases may lead to an explosion. Gas leakage leads to various accidents resulting in both material loss and human injuries. Home fires have been occurring frequently and the threat to human lives and properties has been growing in recent years. The risks of explosion, fire, suffocation are based on their physical properties such toxicity, flammability, etc. The number of deaths due to the explosion of gas cylinders has been increasing in recent years. The Bhopal gas tragedy is an example of accidents due to gas leakage. The reason for such explosions is due to substandard cylinders, old valves, no regular checking of gas cylinders, worn out regulators and a lack of awareness of handling gas cylinders. Therefore, the gas leakage should be detected and controlled to protect people from danger. An odorant such as ethanol is added to LPG, so that leaks can be detected easily by most people. However, some people who have a reduced sense of smell may not be able to rely upon this inherent safety mechanism. A smoke  detector becomes vital and helps to protect people from the dangers of gas leakage. A number of research papers have been published on gas leakage detection techniques K. Padmapriya et al. proposed the design of a wireless LPG monitoring system.

 

include:

  • Window
  • Liner Actuator  100mm
  • Relay Module
  • Controller
  • Gas Sensor Default :MQ6  (Change Option Available)
  • SMPS 24v

Description

Smoke/Gas leakage is a major problem in the industrial sector, residential premises, etc. Nowadays, home security has become a major issue because of increasing gas leakage. Gas leakage is a source of great anxiety with ateliers, residential areas and vehicles like Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), buses, and cars which are run on gas power. One of the preventive methods to stop accidents associated with the gas leakage is to install a Gas sensor based smart window at vulnerable places. Such as home, office, industries, etc. The aim of this project is to propose and discuss a Design and fabrication of Gas sensor based smart window that can automatically detect, alert and control smoke and gas leakage by opening windows for ventilation and turn on exhaust fan. This proposed system also includes an alerting system for the users. The system is based on a sensor that easily detects a gas leakage.

Smoke and Gas leakage is a serious problem and nowadays it is observed in many places like residences, industries, and vehicles like Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), buses, cars, etc. It is noticed that due to gas leakage, dangerous accidents occur. The Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), or propane, is a flammable mixture of hydrocarbon gases used as fuel in many applications like homes, hostels, industries, automobiles, and vehicles because of its desirable properties which include high calorific value, less smoke, less soot, and meager harm to the environment. Liquid petroleum gas (LPG) is highly inflammable and can burn even at some distance from the source of leakage. This energy source is primarily composed of propane and butane which are highly flammable chemical compounds. These gases can catch fire easily. In homes, LPG is used mainly for cooking purposes. When a leak occurs, the leaked gases may lead to an explosion. Gas leakage leads to various accidents resulting in both material loss and human injuries. Home fires have been occurring frequently and the threat to human lives and properties has been growing in recent years. The risks of explosion, fire, suffocation are based on their physical properties such toxicity, flammability, etc. The number of deaths due to the explosion of gas cylinders has been increasing in recent years. The Bhopal gas tragedy is an example of accidents due to gas leakage. The reason for such explosions is due to substandard cylinders, old valves, no regular checking of gas cylinders, worn out regulators and a lack of awareness of handling gas cylinders. Therefore, the gas leakage should be detected and controlled to protect people from danger. An odorant such as ethanol is added to LPG, so that leaks can be detected easily by most people. However, some people who have a reduced sense of smell may not be able to rely upon this inherent safety mechanism. A smoke  detector becomes vital and helps to protect people from the dangers of gas leakage. A number of research papers have been published on gas leakage detection techniques K. Padmapriya et al. proposed the design of a wireless LPG monitoring system.

Additional information

Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 500 × 300 × 300 cm

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