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Project: Design, Implementation and Characterization of Stand-Alone Prototypes for Water Conductivity Assessment

Main Objective:
The target of the present project is to develop, implement and characterize two stand-alone prototypes for conductivity monitoring of water mainly in estuary rivers. As multipoint network is of paramount importance in water quality assessment and the sensor plays a very important role in the measurement system, the goal of this work is focused in low-cost effective solutions instead of commercially available conductivity sensors. One of the prototypes is based on a four-electrode conductivity sensor and the other on an inductive conductivity sensor.
Reference: IT/LA/298/2005
Funding: IT/LA
Start Date: 01-05-2005
End Date: 01-05-2008
Team: José Miguel Costa Dias Pereira, Helena Maria dos Santos Geirinhas Ramos, Artur Fernando Delgado Lopes Ribeiro, Pedro Miguel Pinto Ramos
Groups: Instrumentation and Measurements – Lx
Local Coordinator: José Miguel Costa Dias Pereira
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