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Optical Particle Sizing

Theory and Practice

  • Gérard Gouesbet
  • Gérard Gréhan

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. N. Fiedler-Ferrari, H. M. Nussenzveig
    Pages 17-25
  3. Peter W. Barber, Steven C. Hill
    Pages 43-53
  4. M. Bertero, C. De Mol, E. R. Pike
    Pages 55-61
  5. M. Bertero, P. Boccacci, C. De Mol, E. R. Pike
    Pages 89-98
  6. M. Bertero, P. Boccacci, C. De Mol, E. R. Pike
    Pages 99-105
  7. S. A. M. Al-Chalabi, Y. Hardalupas, A. R. Jones, A. M. K. P. Taylor
    Pages 107-120
  8. Otto Glatter, Michael Hofer
    Pages 121-133
  9. H. Bockhorn, F. Fetting, A. Heddrich, U. Meyer, G. Wannemacher
    Pages 259-270
  10. L. P. Bayvel, J. C. Knight, G. N. Robertson
    Pages 311-319
  11. A. A. Hamidi, J. Swithenbank
    Pages 321-334
  12. D. Kouzelis, S. M. Candel, E. Esposito, S. Zikikout
    Pages 335-349
  13. D. J. Brown, E. J. Weatherby, K. Alexander
    Pages 351-362
  14. G. Gouesbet, P. Gougeon, J. N. Le Toulouzan, M. Thioye, J. B. Guidt
    Pages 371-384
  15. J. D. Eversole, H.-B. Lin, A. J. Campillo
    Pages 385-392
  16. J-P. Chevaillier, J. Fabre, P. Hamelin, J-L. Lesne
    Pages 411-417
  17. Masanobu Maeda, Kouichi Hishida
    Pages 431-441
  18. Gérard Lavergne, Yves Biscos, Francis Bismes, Patrick Hebrard
    Pages 471-482
  19. J. Timmler, P. Roth
    Pages 511-522
  20. D. Lisiecki, D. Allano, M. Ledoux
    Pages 559-571
  21. Denis Boulaud, Guy Madelaine
    Pages 573-584
  22. R. H. Zerull, R. T. Killinger, R. H. Giese
    Pages 603-609

About this book

Introduction

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.

Keywords

Natur computer design development modeling optics transport

Editors and affiliations

  • Gérard Gouesbet
    • 1
  • Gérard Gréhan
    • 1
  1. 1.CNRS Associated Laboratory 230INSA de RouenMont-Saint-AignanFrance

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