Published: Jan 1984
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Optical, nonimaging techniques for sizing liquid particles of diameters greater than 1 μm are reviewed. Nonimaging optical diagnostics separate into two classes, ensemble or multi-particle analyzers and single particle counters (SPC). A discussion and analysis of the theoretical basis, performance characteristics, and calibration considerations for the various methods in each class is presented. Laser diffraction ensemble techniques, crossed-beam dual-scatter interferometric SPC, and finally single beam SPC based on the measurement of partial light-scattering cross sections of the particles are considered in detail.
liquid particles, particle sizing, nonimaging techniques, light scattering, optical techniques
Associate professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ