Data for "Multiparameter determination of thin liquid urea-water-films"
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Film parameters such as the film thickness, film temperature or the composition of the film are typically dynamically changing. To gain knowledge about these quantities, a measurement method is required that offers a high temporal resolution while being non-intrusive as to not disturb the film as well as the process conditions. We propose the extension of the FMLAS method which has previously been validated for film thickness measurement for thin liquid films to the determination of temperatures and concentrations with an adapted evaluation approach.
DFG subject classification403-01 Chemische und Thermische Verfahrenstechnik
404-02 Technische Thermodynamik
Related third party funded projectsDFG | TRR150 | TP A05 Wagner
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