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Measurement of Irregularity of Particle Size Distribution

Originální název

Measurement of Irregularity of Particle Size Distribution

Anglický název

Measurement of Irregularity of Particle Size Distribution

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

New principle of the particle size distribution measurement is described. We analyze acoustic emission signal generated by a flow of particles impacting on a fixed obstacle. Changes of the power spectral density of the signal are well correlated with the particle size distribution. Our method was successfully used for measurement of particle size distribution in the range from 1mm to 10 mm of the ferrous sulphate monohydrate in real chemistry process. Particles were measured at the output of the dry kiln (temperature 150-200 °C, mass flow 4 tons/hour), where it is not possible to use any of other known principles such as particle vision, laser diffraction analyzers, ultrasonic analyzers, focused-beam reflectance measurement etc.

Anglický abstrakt

New principle of the particle size distribution measurement is described. We analyze acoustic emission signal generated by a flow of particles impacting on a fixed obstacle. Changes of the power spectral density of the signal are well correlated with the particle size distribution. Our method was successfully used for measurement of particle size distribution in the range from 1mm to 10 mm of the ferrous sulphate monohydrate in real chemistry process. Particles were measured at the output of the dry kiln (temperature 150-200 °C, mass flow 4 tons/hour), where it is not possible to use any of other known principles such as particle vision, laser diffraction analyzers, ultrasonic analyzers, focused-beam reflectance measurement etc.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT21690,
  author="Stanislav {Klusáček} and Petr {Beneš}",
  title="Measurement of Irregularity of Particle Size Distribution",
  annote="New principle of the particle size distribution measurement        is described. We analyze acoustic emission signal generated by a flow             of particles impacting on a fixed obstacle. Changes of the power spectral density of the signal are well correlated with the particle size distribution. Our method was successfully used for measurement of particle size distribution in the range from 1mm to 10 mm of the ferrous sulphate monohydrate in real chemistry process. Particles were measured at the output of the dry kiln (temperature 150-200 °C, mass flow 4 tons/hour), where it is not possible to use any of other known principles such as particle vision, laser diffraction analyzers, ultrasonic analyzers, focused-beam reflectance measurement etc.",
  address="Equilibria, s.r.o.",
  booktitle="Modern trends in Control",
  chapter="21690",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Equilibria, s.r.o.",
  number="1",
  year="2006",
  month="january",
  pages="151--161",
  publisher="Equilibria, s.r.o.",
  type="conference paper"
}