Numerical investigation of the effect of particle concentration on particle measurement by digital holography

Abstract : Digital holography plays a key role in particle field measurement, and appears to be a strong contender as the next-generation technology for diagnostics of 3D particle field. However, various recording parameters, such as the recording distance, the particle size, the wavelength, the size of the CCD chip, the pixel size and the particle concentration, will affect the results of the reconstruction, and may even determine the success or failure of a measurement. This paper presents a numerical investigation on the effect of particle concentration, the volume depth to evaluate the capability of digital holographic microscopy. Standard particles holograms with all known recording parameters are numerically generated by using a common procedure based on Lorenz-Mie scattering theory. Reconstruction of those holograms are then performed by a wavelet-transform based method. Results show that the reconstruction efficiency decreases quickly until particle concentration reaches 50 X 10(4) (mm(-3)), and decreases linearly with the increase of particle concentration from 50 X 10(4) (mm(-3)) to 860 X 10(4) (mm(-3)) in the same volume. The first half of the line waves larger than the second half. It also indicates that the increase of concentration leads the rise in average diameter error and z position error of particles. Besides, the volume depth also plays a key role in reconstruction.
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Huafeng Zhao, Binwu Zhou, Xuecheng Wu, Yingchun Wu, Xiang Gao, et al.. Numerical investigation of the effect of particle concentration on particle measurement by digital holography. Li, Y. and Zheng, Y. 8th International Symposium on Measurement Techniques for Multiphase Flows, 1592, pp.144--150, 2014, 978-0-7354-1226-2. ⟨hal-01612407⟩

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