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F. Schleicher
F. Schleicher
06:03 Dec-17-1998
characterization of suspensions with ultrasound

I am characterizing suspensions with ultrasound methods and I am searching for information
material about system models for what happens with sound in suspensions.
I am also searching for firms, materials or possibilities to get suspensions with known parameters
like concentration, viscosity and particle size.
If you can help me, please contact me.

Thanks
Frank Schleicher


    
 
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Richard Freemantle
Richard Freemantle
00:50 Dec-17-1998
Re: characterization of suspensions with ultrasound
: I am characterizing suspensions with ultrasound methods and I am searching for information
: material about system models for what happens with sound in suspensions.
: I am also searching for firms, materials or possibilities to get suspensions with known parameters
: like concentration, viscosity and particle size.
: If you can help me, please contact me.

: Thanks
: Frank Schleicher

The Ultrasonics and Digital Signal Processing Laboratory based at Nottingham University (formerly based
at Keele University) could probably help you. Their move to Nottingham is recent so have a look at their
old web site on http://udsplab.elec.keele.ac.uk. They use a number of different theoretical models for
particlate systems with both liquid and solid phases. The formulations include thermal losses and multiple
scattering effects. They have also a number of contacts with suppliers of formulations
for experimental work and a have done a lot of work developing ultrasonic spectromters for characterisation of
emulsions and colloidal systems in general.

The research groups address is:

UDSP Laboratory
Department of Electronic and
Electrical Engineering,
Nottingham University.
University Park
Nottingham
NG7 2RD
UK

The head of the research group is Professor Richard Challis who can be contacted
on +44 (0)115 951 5599

Regards,

Richard Freemantle

Dr. R.J. Freemantle
Research Fellow
Department of Physics
Keele University
Staffs, ST5 5BG, UK

Tel +44 (0)1782 584306
Fax +44 (0)1782 711093
Email r.j.freemantle@keele.ac.uk
http://ndts.elec.keele.ac.uk


    
 
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Grant A. Gordon
Grant A. Gordon
01:34 Dec-17-1998
Re: characterization of suspensions with ultrasound
: I am characterizing suspensions with ultrasound methods and I am searching for information
: material about system models for what happens with sound in suspensions.
: I am also searching for firms, materials or possibilities to get suspensions with known parameters
: like concentration, viscosity and particle size.
: If you can help me, please contact me.

: Thanks
: Frank Schleicher

Greetings,
As a starting point you may wish to examine a recently published text book
on the subject called Ultrasonic techniques for fluid characterization by
Malcolm Povey, Academic Press 1997.
Sincerely
Grant Gordon


    
 
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Michael Kors
Michael Kors
04:05 Feb-08-2007
cool
This is my site:
http://32url.com/?88KM



    
 
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