A physical environment with highly aggressive chemicals. These include
acidic alkaline environments such as hydrofluoric acid, sulphuric acid,
flammable liquids, and strong bases.
The environments, including soils and freshwaters, have pH values lower than
neutrality (pH 7). Acidic environments are often considered to be those with pH
values of <5 and are often divided into those that are extremely acidic (pH
< 3) or moderately acidic (pH 3–5).
An alkaline environment is a setting that is strongly basic or contains
alkali components. This usually refers to an environment with a pH value higher
than 7.0, since a pH below 7.0 is considered acidic.
Noisy (magnetic) environment
Magnetic noise can be calculated from a three-times sequentially coupled
electromagneticmechanical-acoustic numerical model. A magnetically noisy
environment can bias the measurements of many sensors or sensing systems,
however it is not the case for MicroWire sensors. Being
magnetic materials themselves – the RVmagnetics MicroWire sensors’
measurements are not affected by noisy magnetic environment.