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IPC - TM-650 2.2.14.2 - SOLDER POWDER PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION - OPTICAL IMAGE ANALYZER METHOD Organization: IPC
Date: 1995-01-01
Description: This test method is designed to determine powder particle size distribution in creams by image analysis.
ASTM D8049 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINING CONCENTRATION, COUNT, AND SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF SOLID PARTICLES AND WATER IN LIGHT AND MIDDLE DISTILLATE FUELS BY DIRECT IMAGING PARTICLE ANALYZER Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-12-15
Description: This test method uses a direct imaging particle analyzer (DIPA) to count and measure the size and shape of dispersed solid particles and water droplets in light and middle distillate fuels in the overall range from 4 μm to 100 μm and in size bands of ≥4 μm, ≥6 μm, and ≥14 μm.
ASTM D8049 + REDLINE - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINING CONCENTRATION, COUNT, AND SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF SOLID PARTICLES AND WATER IN LIGHT AND MIDDLEDISTILLATE FUELS BY DIRECT IMAGING PARTICLE ANALYZER �INCLUDES STANDARD + REDLINE (PDF) Organization: ASTM
ASTM F660 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR COMPARING PARTICLE SIZE IN THE USE OF ALTERNATIVE TYPES OF PARTICLE COUNTERS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1983-01-28
Description:   Three kinds of automatic particle counters are considered:  Image analyzers, which view stationary particles under the microscope and, in this practice, measure the longest end-to-end distance of an individual particle.
ASTM C678 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF ALUMINA OR QUARTZ USING CENTRIFUGAL SEDIMENTATION Organization: ASTM
Date: 1975-04-25
Description: Scope 1.1 This test method covers the determination of the particle size distribution of alumina or quartz (0.5 to 30 μm) using the MSA-Whitby Particle Size Analyzer which utilizes centrifugal force to reduce sedimentation time.
ASTM F50 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR CONTINUOUS SIZING AND COUNTING OF AIRBORNE PARTICLES IN DUST-CONTROLLED AREAS AND CLEAN ROOMS USING INSTRUMENTS CAPABLE OF DETECTING SINGLE SUB-MICROMETRE AND LARGER PARTICLES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-04-01
Description: The SPC can be a conventional optical particle counter (OPC), an aerodynamic particle sizer, a condensation nucleus counter (CNC) operating in conjunction with a diffusion battery or differential mobility analyzer, or any other device capable of counting and sizing single particles in the size range of concern and of sampling in a cleanroom environment.
ASTM C690 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF ALUMINA OR QUARTZ POWDERS BY ELECTRICAL SENSING ZONE TECHNIQUE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2009-02-15
Description: This test method, one of several found valuable for the measurement of particle size, covers the determination of the particle size distribution of alumina or quartz powders (0.6 to 56.0 μm) using electrical sensing zone particle size analyzers. These instruments use an electric current path of small dimensions which is modulated by individual particle passage through an aperture, and produces individual pulses of amplitude proportional to the particle volume.
ASTM D6786 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR PARTICLE COUNT IN MINERAL INSULATING OIL USING AUTOMATIC OPTICAL PARTICLE COUNTERS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-10-01
Description: The test method is specific to liquid automatic particle analyzers that use the light extinction principle. The values stated in SI units are to be regarded as standard.
SAE AIR4906 - DROPLET SIZING INSTRUMENTATION USED IN ICING FACILITIES Organization: SAE
Date: 1995-03-01
Description: These instruments include the Forward Scattering Spectrometer Probe, the Optical Array Probe, the Phase Doppler Particle Analyzer, the Malvern Particule Size Analyzer, the oil slid technique, and the rotating multicylinder.
ASTM E3060 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR SUBVISIBLE PARTICLE MEASUREMENT IN BIOPHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING USING DYNAMIC (FLOW) IMAGING MICROSCOPY Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-06-01
Description: The digital particle images in the sample are processed by image morphology analysis software that quantifies the particles in size, count, and other morphological parameters. Dynamic imaging particle analyzers can produce direct determinations of the particle count per unit volume (that is, particle concentration), as a function of particle size by dividing the particle count by the volume of imaged fluid (see Appendix X1).
API PUBL 4456 - AEROSOL FORMATION, AND SUBSEQUENT TRANSFORMATION AND DISPERSION, DURING ACCIDENTAL RELEASES OF CHEMICALS - OUT OF PRINT Organization: API
Date: 1987-01-01
Description: Unfortunately, little or no information is available from the integrating nephelometers and particle-size analyzer also used during the spills. • In addition to the aerosols generated during liquefied ammonia experiments, aerosols were generated during fifteen liquefied natural gas and two liquefied propane experiments.
OUP - SMOKE, DUST, AND HAZE: FU - SMOKE, DUST, AND HAZE: FUNDAMENTALS OF AEROSOL DYNAMICS Organization: OUP
Date: 2000-03-30
Description: Whitby had shown the power of the new instruments that had been developed for the rapid determination of particle size distributions including the single particle optical counter and electrical mobility analyzer.
ASTM D8083 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR TOTAL NITROGEN, AND TOTAL KJELDAHL NITROGEN (TKN) BY CALCULATION, IN WATER BY HIGH TEMPERATURE CATALYTIC COMBUSTION AND CHEMILUMINESCENCE DETECTION Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-12-01
Description: The syringe needle or injector opening size generally limits the maximum size of particles that can be so introduced.
ASTM D6877 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR MONITORING DIESEL PARTICULATE EXHAUST IN THE WORKPLACE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2013-10-01
Description: 2 The boldface numbers in parentheses refer to references at the end of this test method. 3 The carbon analyzer used in the development and performance evaluation of this test method was manufactured by Sunset Laboratory, 2017 19th Avenue, Forest Grove, Oregon 97116, which is the sole source of supply of the instrument known to the committee at this time.

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