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Analyse vibrationnelle at-line/on-line en milieu industriel

Abstract : From a technological point of view, vibrational spectroscopies techniques have evolved greatly in recent years. They are faster, have better spectral and spatial resolutions and are more sensitive. In addition, when combined with statistical analysis methods, they can be used for at-line/on-line measurements with times compatible with industrial processes. These technological developments (more powerful sources, more sensitive detectors, use of optical fibers, etc.) lead to the miniaturization of instruments, which can now be used in industrial or hostile environments. The miniaturization of measurement systems often results in less performance than on laboratory devices. It is therefore necessary to carry out a study on samples taken from the industrial process in order to identify the spectroscopic parameter(s) related to the physico-chemical properties of interest and then to build a model adapted to the lower performance of the onsite equipment. It is this compromise of performance of the sensor/efficiency/price that must be optimized.
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D. Chapron, E. Dropsit, T.H. Kauffmann, J. Guilment, M. Veitmann, et al.. Analyse vibrationnelle at-line/on-line en milieu industriel. L'Actualité Chimique, Société chimique de France, 2017, 418-419, pp.96-99. ⟨hal-01521301⟩



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