Microwave aquametry: electromagnetic wave interaction with water-containing materials
IEEE Press, Apr 1, 1996 - 484 pages
The first book to address all theoretical and practical aspects of electromagnetic wave interaction with water and moist materials, this unique book features 29 full-length, peer-reviewed papers prepared by 69 of the world's experts in aquametry for a key Workshop held in conjunction with the IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium in Atlanta, Georgia, 1993. Collectively, the papers illustrate the physical background of microwave techniques used for moisture content determination, present stimulating examples of applications of microwaves for nondestructive and accurate measurements, and demonstrate successful implementation of techniques in a variety of industries.
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Section U PHYSICAL BACKGROUND
CALCULATION OF THE TEMPERATURE
DffiLECTRIC PROPERTIES OF WATER DISPERSED
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analysis application attenuation attenuation and phase bound water calculated calibration cell Chem coaxial line coaxial sensor complex permittivity computed conductivity curves Debye Debye relaxation dependence dielectric constant dielectric measurements dielectric properties dielectric relaxation eeff effective electromagnetic equation experimental filed grain IEEE IEEE Trans input instrument kernels Kraszewski layer liquid water material microemulsion microstrip antenna microwave attenuation Microwave Conf microwave frequencies microwave measurements Microwave moisture measurement Microwave Power Microwave Theory mixing rule mixture moist moisture content determination moisture content measurement moisture sensor monitoring obtained on-line output parameters phase shift Phys polarization Proc propagation Q factor ratio reflection coefficient Remote Sensing resonant frequency return loss sample sensor shown in Figure signal snow probe soil moisture solid stripline techniques temperature thickness transmission U.S. Patent values water content water molecules wave waveguide