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The development of a low-cost spectroscopy based turbidity measurement system

Migaj, Leon (2023) The development of a low-cost spectroscopy based turbidity measurement system.

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Abstract:The quantification of the quality of the treated rainwater is crucial for its use in many applications. While there exist systems for water quality analysis, industry standard technologies for water quality analysis are expensive, often costing thousands of euros. This not only makes water quality analysis very expensive, but also inaccessible in developing countries, where measuring the quality of drinking water is especially important due to the low water quality standards in those countries. Currently, there are very few low-cost solutions to water quality analysis therefore, this report describes the development of a low-cost turbidity measurement system, with the goal of creating a proof of concept for such a system. This bachelor thesis aims to answer the research question How to develop a spectroscopy-based rainwater turbidity measurement system using low-cost components?”
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
NX-Filtration, ENSCHEDE, Netherlands
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:02 science and culture in general, 43 environmental science, 50 technical science in general
Programme:Creative Technology BSc (50447)
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