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Recent research on Smart Sensors for Real-Time Water Quality Monitoring
For the first time International expertise for sensors to tackle the diverse subject of water quality is combined in a single text
Written by leading experts in the field
Sensors are being utilised to increasing degrees in all forms of industry. Researchers and industrial practitioners in all fields seek to obtain a better understanding of appropriate processes so as to improve quality of service and efficiency. The quality of water is no exception, and the water industry is faced with a wide array of water quality issues being present world-wide. Thus, the need for sensors to tackle this diverse subject is paramount. The aim of this book is to combine, for the first time, international expertise in the area of water quality monitoring using smart sensors and systems in order that a better understanding of the challenges faced and solutions posed may be available to all in a single text.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Chemical Sensors - Environmental Monitoring - Fibre Optic Sensors - Intelligent and Smart Sensors - Magnetic Sensors - Physical Sensors - Real-time Sensing - Sensors - Waste Water Monitoring - Water Monitoring - Wireless Sensor Networks
Monitoring pollutants in wastewater: traditional lab based versus modern real-time approaches.- In situ phosphate monitoring in seawater: today and tomorrow.- Fluorescence and phosphorescence chemical sensors applied to water samples.- Monitoring wastewater treatment using voltammetric electronic tongues.- Automatic water and wastewater quality monitoring systems.- Development and deployment of a microfluidic platform for water quality monitoring.- Nitrate anion sensors, their applications and a case study of their status in waste water from selected areas of coastal Guyana via a spectrophotometric method.- The selection of novel planar electromagnetic sensors for the application of nitrate contamination detection.- Microwave sensors for real-time nutrient detection in water.- Remote Monitoring of Water Quality for Intensive Fish culture.- ICT as an enabler to Smart Water Management.- Emerging organic contaminants in groundwater.