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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Determination of insoluble materials interface is very important in
refinery, chemical, gas, and petrochemical industries for process
analyzing. According to the invisibility of material separation in the
vessels, various methods for detection of insoluble materials interface
and density profile have been proposed. In this paper, to determine
has been the materials separation interface, a mechanism based on
the gamma ray detection is proposed. Also, the height of insoluble
materials and the emulsion area in process vessel can be obtained by
a mechanical structure and gamma emitter source and gamma ray
detector. The output of this method presents a density profile in which
the significantly change in the acquired density shows the materials
interfaces. Furthermore, the practical results in the chemical industry
show a good fitness of this technique. In this paper, a technique based
on standard deviation approach has been developed to determine the
insoluble materials interface more accurate
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