Wolfgang Märzinger

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In viscose production, it is important to monitor three process parameters in order to assure a high quality of the final product: the concentrations of H(2)SO(4), Na(2)SO(4) and Z(n)SO(4). During on-line production these process parameters usually show a quite high dynamics depending on the fiber type that is produced. Thus, conventional chemometric(More)
We demonstrate non-contact remote photoacoustic spectroscopy in the mid-infrared region. A room-temperature-operated pulsed external-cavity quantum cascade laser is used to excite photoacoustic waves within a semitransparent sample. The ultrasonic waves are detected remotely on the opposite side of the sample using a fiber-optic Mach-Zehnder interferometer,(More)
In this paper we investigate the usage of non-linear chemometric models, which are calibrated based on near infrared (FTNIR) spectra, in order to increase efficiency and to improve quantification quality in melamine resin production. They rely on fuzzy systems model architecture and are able to incrementally adapt themselves during the on-line process,(More)
In viscose production, it is important to monitor three process parameters as part of the spin-bath in order to assure a high quality of the final product: the concentrations of H 2 SO 4 , Na 2 SO 4 and ZnSO 4. During on-line production these process parameters usually show a quite high dynamics depending on the fibre type that is produced. Thus,(More)
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