Nonintrusive fast response concentration measurement device for chemical reactors

Nadeau, P.; Berk, D.; Munz, R.J.
March 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar96, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p847
Academic Journal
Proposes a device by which the residence time distribution in a tubular chemical reactor can be measured with a response time on the order of hundreds of microseconds. Limitations of the response time of the system; Testing of the device with a tubular reactor with a gaseous flow.


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