Record number :
7367
Title of article :
Experimental Diagnostics to Determine the Local Composition of an Aqueous Copper Sulfate Solution
Author/Authors :
Cho، J. H. نويسنده , , Song، M. نويسنده ,
Issue Information :
روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 1999
Pages :
-366
From page :
367
To page :
0
Abstract :
We present a new theory on scattering of radiation by real fibers in engineering systems. The theory covers the scattering by fibers consistently over an entire range of fiber sizes from smaller to larger than the wavelength of radiation. A geometrical technique is presented for modeling a fiber with a rough surface of a three-dimensional homogeneous microstructure. Scattering characteristics of the fiber are described based on the electromagnetic wave theory of diffraction to investigate the relationship among three main factors of scattering: wavelength of radiation, fiber diameter, and fiber microstructure. With an increase in fiber diameter and a corresponding magnification of a rough fiber surface microstructure, the scattering changes from particle scattering to surface scattering. The transition occurs in a size parameter range of P = 100-300.
Keywords :
Concentration measurement , surfric copper , aqueous solution , double diffusion
Journal title :
HEAT TRANSFER (ASIAN RESEARCH)
Journal title :
HEAT TRANSFER (ASIAN RESEARCH)
Serial Year :
1999
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