Industrial Tomography: Systems and Applications (Woodhead by Mi Wang

By Mi Wang

Industrial Tomography: structures and functions

thoroughly explores the real tomographic strategies of business tomography, additionally discussing photograph reconstruction, platforms, and purposes.

The textual content provides complicated tactics, together with the way in which third-dimensional imaging is used to create a number of cross-sections, and the way software program is helping computer screen flows, filtering, blending, drying methods, and chemical reactions within vessels and pipelines.

Readers will discover a complete dialogue at the methods tomography platforms can be utilized to optimize the functionality of a wide selection of commercial processes.

  • Provides a finished dialogue at the diverse codecs of tomography
  • Includes a superb evaluate of photo reconstruction utilizing quite a lot of applications
  • Presents a complete dialogue of tomography platforms and their software in a large choice of commercial processes

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Peng, L. (2003). Image reconstruction algorithms for electrical capacitance tomography. Measurement Science and Technology, 14, 4e7. Yang, W. , & York, T. A. (1999). New AC-based capacitance tomography system. IEE Proceedings - Science, Measurement and Technology, 146(1), 47e53. Electrical impedance tomography M. 1 2 Introduction A variety of types of electrical tomography have evolved since the late 1980s (Bates, McKinnon, & Seagar, 1980; Dines & Lytle, 1981; Lytle & Dines, 1978) to provide alternative, low-cost solutions for clinical, geophysical and industrial process applications.

The total capacitance of the double layer, C, is made up of CH from the inner (adsorption) layer and CG from the diffuse layer. 8) Consequently, if the electrolyte solution is very dilute, CG ( CH, then C z CG. The double layer is now essentially all diffuse, which is the GouyeChapman diffuse model. On the other hand, when the solution is very concentrated, CG [ CH, then C z CH, which satisfies Helmholtz’s earliest model of the double layer. 4. The total impedance is made up of the interface, the diffusion and the inner resistance, which are connected in series.

B) Vertical cross-section of imaged bubble. (c) Voidage distribution across imaging domain for ECVT and MRI results, for two flow speeds. The dashed lines refer to ECVT results and the solid lines to MRI results. Reprinted (adapted) with permission from Holland et al. (2009), Copyright (2009) American Chemical Society. The results illustrated here highlight some of the attractive features of ECT that make it suitable for many industrial applications. To summarize, the main attractive features of ECT sensor technology include: • • • • • • It operates by noninvasive means.

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