LPG gas leakage and capacity monitoring system

Muhd Najmul Amin Mohd Norul Qamar and Abdul Rahman Nur Hakim Rahim and Mohamad Hafiy Aiman Mohamad Hafzal and Siti Amirah Najihah Abd Rahman (2019) LPG gas leakage and capacity monitoring system. EIT EED GMI. (Unpublished)

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LPG Gas Leakage & Capacity Monitoring System is for the restaurant system. It will sense the leakage of gas and will notify the user through mobile apps. It's also will notify the user about the capacity that left in the gas cylinder from time to time. This system will make staff or chef job much easier because they will know when to change the gas cylinder in the kitchen. Therefore. it is necessary to have a system which continuously monitor the cylinder. The purpose of this project is to monitor and detect leakage on LPG cylinder in urban area. Commonly, there always has a sensor to detect any changes. For an example gas sensor. This sensor used to detect the amount of gas in atmosphere and alerts the consumer about this leakage by sending message through mobile apps. Traditionally, people used soapy water to detect gas leakage. Firstly, they mix few tablespoon of dish soap into a container of water. The dish soap should not contain ammonia because ammonia can cause brass to become crack and brittle. Then, they turn on the gas supply. Lastly, they wet down the spot by using a soaked sponge or spraying the soapy water on it. to see if there is bubbles form on them. If the bubble exist, the leakage spot is found. So with our system can detect faster that old method and more safe that can guarantee more safety than old method. It also will reduce the percentage of getting explosion.

Item Type: Final Year Project Report
Subjects: T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering
Depositing User: Mr Mohd Ariff Shah Muhammad Dzazuli
Date Deposited: 15 Jan 2021 02:02
Last Modified: 15 Jan 2021 02:39
URI: http://repository.gmi.edu.my/id/eprint/41

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