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Spray droplet characteristics measured using high speed imaging techniques

(2016) Aspects of Applied Biology. 132. p.357-362
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Spray droplet characteristics are important features of an agricultural spray. The objective of this study is to measure the droplet size for different types of hydraulic spray nozzles using a developed backlighted image acquisition system and image processing technique. An in-focus droplet criterion was established to decide whether a droplet is in focus and can be measured in an accurate way. Tests included five different nozzles (Albuz ATR orange and red, TeeJet XR 110 01, XR 110 04 and Al 110 04).
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droplet size, Spray characterisation, high speed imaging, droplet generator

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Vulgarakis Minov, Sofia, F Cointault, J Vangeyte, Jan Pieters, and D Nuyttens. 2016. “Spray Droplet Characteristics Measured Using High Speed Imaging Techniques.” In Aspects of Applied Biology, ed. Nigel Halford, Finlay Dale, and Huw Jones, 132:357–362. Warwick, UK: Association of Applied Biologists.
APA
Vulgarakis Minov, Sofia, Cointault, F., Vangeyte, J., Pieters, J., & Nuyttens, D. (2016). Spray droplet characteristics measured using high speed imaging techniques. In N. Halford, F. Dale, & H. Jones (Eds.), Aspects of Applied Biology (Vol. 132, pp. 357–362). Presented at the International Advances in Pesticide Application 2016, Warwick, UK: Association of Applied Biologists.
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Vulgarakis Minov S, Cointault F, Vangeyte J, Pieters J, Nuyttens D. Spray droplet characteristics measured using high speed imaging techniques. In: Halford N, Dale F, Jones H, editors. Aspects of Applied Biology. Warwick, UK: Association of Applied Biologists; 2016. p. 357–62.
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Vulgarakis Minov, Sofia, F Cointault, J Vangeyte, et al. “Spray Droplet Characteristics Measured Using High Speed Imaging Techniques.” Aspects of Applied Biology. Ed. Nigel Halford, Finlay Dale, & Huw Jones. Vol. 132. Warwick, UK: Association of Applied Biologists, 2016. 357–362. Print.
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  abstract     = {Spray droplet characteristics are important features of an agricultural spray. The objective of this study is to measure the droplet size for different types of hydraulic spray nozzles using a developed backlighted image acquisition system and image processing technique. An in-focus droplet criterion was established to decide whether a droplet is in focus and can be measured in an accurate way. Tests included five different nozzles (Albuz ATR orange and red, TeeJet XR 110 01, XR 110 04 and Al 110 04).},
  author       = {Vulgarakis Minov, Sofia and Cointault, F and Vangeyte, J and Pieters, Jan and Nuyttens, D},
  booktitle    = {Aspects of Applied Biology},
  editor       = {Halford, Nigel and Dale, Finlay and Jones, Huw},
  issn         = {0265-1491},
  keyword      = {droplet size,Spray characterisation,high speed imaging,droplet generator},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Barcelona, Spain},
  pages        = {357--362},
  publisher    = {Association of Applied Biologists},
  title        = {Spray droplet characteristics measured using high speed imaging techniques},
  volume       = {132},
  year         = {2016},
}