Optical Particle Sizing: Theory and Practice

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Springer Science & Business Media, 18 avr. 2013 - 642 pages
Optical particle s1z1ng is undoubtedly a fascinating field of research of the utmost practical importance. In the Universe fluids are nearly everywhere, and when they occur they almost invariably contain particles. Inside our bodies we can take the example of blood transporting a vi tal procession of red and white cells. Around us, we can find various particles in the air we breathe, bubbles in the champagne or the soda we drink, or natural and artificial (polluting!) particles in the lakes we swim in. Industrial processes and systems are also concerned with particles, from pulverized coal flames to fluidized beds, in a range of applications involving rocket exhausts, pneuma tic transport and more generally the infinite realm of mul tiphase situations. Such an obviously vast field would require a whole volume like this one merely to attempt to describe it superficially. To be sure, we would need a scientific Prevert to catalogue such an endless inventory. Finally, even outside our terrestrial spaceship particles can be detected in alien atmospheres or between stars. Theorists will enjoy analyzing the richness of light/particle interact. ion, a subject which is very far from being exhausted. Experimental researchers will love designing and studying various probing instruments with a laser source at the input and a computer at the output, two requisites of today' s technological revolution.
 

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a Progress Report
2
Mie Scattering Near the Critical Angle e s e e e e
17
Scattering of a Gaussian Beam by a Sphere Using
27
Effects of Particle Nonsphericity on LightScattering
43
Particle Sizing by Inversion of Extinction Data
55
Small Angle Light Scattering Patterns from MicrometerSized
63
Laser Beam Scattering by Individual Spherical Particles
77
Extraction of Polydispersity Information in Photon
89
Application of the Shifrin Inversion to the Malvern
311
Measurement of Size Distribution in Dense Particle Fields
321
Particle Sizing by Laser Light Diffraction
335
Shape Concentration and Anomalous Diffraction Effects
351
Scattered Light Particle Size Counting Analysis
363
Visible InfraRed Double Extinction Measurements
371
Observations of Elastic Angular Scattering from
385
Effect of Particle Shape on the Response of Single
393

Particle Size Distributions from Fraunhofer Diffraction
99
Optimal Filtering Applied to the Inversion of the Laplace
100
Calculation of Calibration Curves for the Phase Doppler
107
Particle Sizing of Polydisperse Samples by MieScattering
121
Optimal Scaling of the Inverse Fraunhofer Diffraction
135
Modeling of Multiple Scattering Effects in Fraunhofer
159
LDWSignalsAnalysis for Particle Velocity and Size
177
Employment of Light Scattering Information to
193
Measurements of Particle Asymmetry Using CrossCorrelation
217
Lambda DepressionOverlay Histogram Analysis
229
Measurement of Small Polydispersities by Photon
241
Optical Extinction Spectra of Systems of Small Metal
249
Quinten and U Kreibig
258
An Instrument to Measure the Size Welocity
271
Analysis and Application
283
Fraunhofer Diffraction by Random Irregular Particles
301
Forward Scattering Signature of a Spherical Particle
411
Effects of Shape and Orientation to be Considered
419
Application of TopHat Laser Beam to Particle Sizing
431
Size and Welocity Measurements of Spherical Particles
443
An LDA Gating Technique for Bubble Measurement
455
Experimental Results l65
465
The Direct Comparison of Three InFlight Droplet
483
An application of an Optical Particle Sizing Method
499
Optical Measurement of Droplet Evaporation Rates
511
Tentative Lessons
529
Measurements of Absolute Concentration and Size
549
Optical Methods in Submicronic Aerosol Measurement e
573
Optical Particle Sizing and Particle Characterization
603
Conclusion and Perspective e e e e
623
Author Index e e e e e e e e e e e 8 e e e
637
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