Submersible Dielectric Probe for In Situ Monitoring of Suspensions and Its Application to Activated Sludge in Waste Water Treatment Plant

Abstract : We have developed a useful dielectric probe that allows real-time and in situ characterization of suspensions in the 0.4 to 10 MHz frequency range. It has been successfully tested throughout several weeks to monitor activated sludge of a waste water treatment plant. In this paper the results are compared with those obtained in parallel using both static or flow classic dielectric cells.
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Michel Perdicakis, Jacques Bessière, Jérôme Cortot. Submersible Dielectric Probe for In Situ Monitoring of Suspensions and Its Application to Activated Sludge in Waste Water Treatment Plant. Proceedings, MDPI, 2017, 1 (4), pp.441. ⟨10.3390/proceedings1040441⟩. ⟨hal-01829587⟩

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