An Aquaculture Water Checker--design and Manufacture
AbstractA real-time, mobile aquaculture water checker is presented. The configuration of double integrating spheres is developed for simultaneously measuring backward scattering $R_d$, forward scattering $T_d$ and transmitted light $T_c $. Based on Kubelka-Munk model, a set of optical parameters including absorption coefficient $\mu _a $, scattering coefficient $\mu_s$ and anisotropy $g$ are calculated. The obtained results for diluted milk standard samples with different milk concentrations and aquaculture water samples with different densities of Psexdo-Nitzschia-delicatissium algae are also reported.
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Anh, N. T., Cu, D. X., Bao, P. Q., Phi, V. A., & Duong, B. G. (2012). An Aquaculture Water Checker--design and Manufacture. Communications in Physics, 20(2), 159. https://doi.org/10.15625/0868-3166/20/2/2170
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