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dc.contributor.authorHöving, Stefan-
dc.contributor.authorBobers, Jens-
dc.contributor.authorBobers, Jens-
dc.description.abstractLimited applicability and scarce availability of analytical equipment for micro- and millifluidic applications, which are of high interest in research and development, complicate process development, control, and monitoring. The low-cost sensor presented in this work is a modular, fast, non-invasive, multi-purpose, and easy to apply solution for detecting phase changes and concentrations of optically absorbing substances in single and multi-phase capillary flow. It aims at generating deeper insight into existing processes in fields of (bio-)chemical and reaction engineering. The scope of this work includes the application of the sensor to residence time measurements in a heat exchanger, a tubular reactor for concentration measurements, a tubular crystallizer for suspension detection, and a pipetting robot for flow automation purposes. In all presented applications either the level of automation has been increased or more information on the investigated system has been gained. Further applications are explained to be realized in the near future.en
dc.relation.ispartofseriesJournal of flow chemistry;Vol. 12. 2022, pp 185-196-
dc.subjectMultiphase flowen
dc.subjectNon-invasive sensoren
dc.subjectOnline concentration measurementen
dc.subjectProcess automationen
dc.subjectLight dependent resistoren
dc.subjectResidence time distributionen
dc.titleOpen-source multi-purpose sensor for measurements in continuous capillary flowen
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eldorado.secondarypublication.primarycitationJournal of flow chemistry. Vol. 12. 2022, Issue 2, pp 185-196-
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