Associate professor of environmental engineering, Newark College of Engineering, Newark, N.J.
Special assistant for advanced technology, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Boston, Mass.
Pages: 11 Published: Jan 1975
A development suspended solids monitor based on measurement of the depolarization of backscattered polarized light has been designed and constructed. Limited field testing indicates that this monitor when submerged in a waste stream can continuously monitor the suspended solids concentration under a variety of conditions.
monitors, water pollution, solids, depolarization, light scattering, concentrating, industrial wastes, wastewater streams, overflows
Paper ID: STP33357S