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Jez Smith
03/02/06 14:07
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Birmingham
England


 
#111105 - Mean particle size
Ok Ive got an application with a 22 mm outside diameter copper pipe carrying water at a pressure of 7-10 bar and a temperature of 75-87 degrees centigrade,the water contains non water soluble particles ranging in size from 0.01 mm to 0.1mm in diameter,I need a non-intrusive method of determining the mean particle size, I have thought about using sound or passing light beams though the water with a transparent section of pipe but some suggestions would be good.Also a bonus ball would be a method of giving a distribution of particle sizes in the water.
So get your thinking caps on.

List of 12 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Mean particle size      Jez Smith      03/02/06 14:07      
   Prices lovely prices      Steve M. Taylor      03/02/06 14:29      
   Mean particles      Andy Neil      03/02/06 14:36      
      Meanies      Steve M. Taylor      03/02/06 14:46      
   Ultrasound      Ian Bell      03/02/06 14:58      
   Maybe      Kai Klaas      03/02/06 18:59      
      Jokes and an answer :-)      Jez Smith      03/03/06 00:05      
         Results      Ian Bell      03/03/06 03:34      
      Coulter counter      Steve M. Taylor      03/03/06 05:53      
         wheres my money then??      Jez Smith      03/03/06 10:30      
   Flow cytometry      Oliver Sedlacek      03/06/06 02:44      
      yep but a leetle bit expensive      Jez Smith      03/06/06 05:20      

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