MICROWAVE MEASUREMENTS OF LOW PULP CONCENTRATION IN PAPERMAKING PROCESS

@inproceedings{Nakayama1994MICROWAVEMO,
  title={MICROWAVE MEASUREMENTS OF LOW PULP CONCENTRATION IN PAPERMAKING PROCESS},
  author={Shigeru Komatsu Nakayama},
  year={1994}
}
A method of microwave measurements of low pulp concentrations in the papermaking process is developed using a coaxial cavity resonator with an inner slot antenna. We measure the attenuation of the resonant peak of the cavity resonator which is related to the pulp concentration. The pulp concentration up to 10.1% is measured, and then the linear relationship between the attenuation and low pulp concentrations down to 0.6% is determined. By this method, a low pulp concentration can be measured… CONTINUE READING

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