Application of magnetoelastic sensors for quantifying sediment deposition rates and sizes
This paper describes the application of magnetoelastic sensors for quantifying the size and deposition rate of sediment samples in costal areas, lakes, and rivers. The magnetoelastic sensor, which is made of inexpensive amorphous ferromagnetic alloy, measures parameters of interest by tracking the changes in its resonant frequency and/or amplitude. Since an increase in mass loading on the sensor surface changes its resonant frequency and amplitude, the deposition rate of sediment particles can be determined in real time by tracking these two quantities. Based on a theoretical model, the size distribution of the sediment particles was also estimated from the deposition rate. © The Royal Society of Chemistry.
Journal of Environmental Monitoring
Lim Tan, E.,
Ghee Ong, K.
Application of magnetoelastic sensors for quantifying sediment deposition rates and sizes.
Journal of Environmental Monitoring,
Retrieved from: https://digitalcommons.mtu.edu/michigantech-p/8486