Particle image formation by TV-analyzer “ARFA”

Kolomiets, S. M.
August 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 534 Issue 1, p808
Academic Journal
The peculiarities of suspended particle images construction in the television aerosol size and shape analyzer "ARFA" are considered. It is shown that under certain conditions images positions relative to some certain point in the registration plane determine unambiguously the particle position in the plane perpendicular to the flow direction. For some aerosol particles of different shapes given are the experimental results — two images of each particle corresponding to its projections onto two mutually perpendicular planes.


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