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BeVision D2

El BeVision D2 ofrece una solución eficaz para el análisis del tamaño y la forma de polvos o gránulos secos de alta fluidez. Un BeVision D2 puede medir decenas de miles de partículas en tres minutos. Combinando una cámara de alta velocidad con un preciso objetivo telecéntrico, el BeVision D2 es capaz de analizar eficientemente el tamaño y la forma de partículas en el rango de 30 - 10.000 μm.

Features and Benefits

  • Rango de medición: 30 - 10.000 µm
  • 24 parámetros diferentes de tamaño y forma de las partículas
  • Alto rendimiento de muestras: Mide 10.000 partículas en 3 minutos
  • Excelente reproducibilidad
  • Resultados conformes a la norma ISO 9276-6
  • Funcionamiento totalmente automatizado
  • El potente software proporciona una evaluación completa
  • Comparable con los resultados de tamizado


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1) ¿Por qué el método de análisis de imágenes?


  • Fácil
    Capture una imagen de partículas, identifique las partículas y, a continuación, mida su tamaño y forma. Cada paso del análisis de imagen es fácil y claro.

  • Análisis de forma
    Basándose en una visión directa de las partículas, es posible analizar no sólo el tamaño de las partículas, sino también su forma.

  • Ver para creer
    El método de análisis de imágenes determina el tamaño y la forma de cada partícula individual y luego los suma para formar una estadística. Se pueden proporcionar con precisión detalles de la distribución del tamaño o la forma de las partículas.


2) ¿Por qué el método de análisis dinámico de imágenes?


  • Eficacia
    Un flujo continuo de partículas que pasa por la zona de medición ayuda a lograr una mayor eficiencia de la medición.

  • Sensibilidad a las partículas de gran tamaño
    El método de análisis dinámico de imágenes es sensible a las partículas de gran tamaño; incluso es posible estimar el tamaño de las partículas de gran tamaño.

  • Resultados fiables
    El número máximo de partículas medidas garantiza la significación estadística de los resultados de la medición.


3) Hardware BeVision D2: Precisión y eficacia garantizadas para usted



Para medir el tamaño y la forma de las partículas en una gran variedad de aplicaciones, el BeVision D2 está equipado con una amplia gama de hardware. En función de las propiedades del material de la muestra, la selección del mejor hardware puede ayudar a medir el tamaño y la forma de las partículas con una precisión y eficacia óptimas.



BeVision D2 hardware



4) Parámetros de tamaño y forma de las partículas:.


  • Parámetros de tamaño
    Diámetros equivalentes: área-diámetro equivalente、perímetro-diámetro equivalente;
    Diámetros Feret: diámetros Feret máximo y mínimo, XLF ('longitud')

    Diámetros Martin: diámetros Martin máximo y mínimo;
    Elipse de Legendre: ejes mayor y menor




  • Parámetros de forma
    Diferencia de tamaño en 2 direcciones: aspect ratio、L/W ratio、ellipse ratio;
    Round-likeness and rectangle-likeness: Circularidad、irregularidad、compacidad、extensión、razón de caja

    Concavidad del contorno: Concavidad、convexidad、solidez;
    Para partículas alargadas: Elongation、straightness


BeVision D2 Particle Shape Parameters



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BeVision D2 Applications



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BeVision D2 Applications



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    Zhejiang Ocean University | 2024
    Biological traits analysis (BTA) helps to evaluate the effects of different environmental variables on the traits-based functional composition of macrobenthos. However, research on functional traits of macrobenthos under mussel farming is limited. We investigated the spatial and temporal response of the benthic system in terms of taxonomic and functional diversity to environmental variables of farming and natural stressors resulting from suspended mussel farming near Gouqi Island of eastern China Sea. The functional traits of macrobenthic assemblages under mussel farming were characterized by “medium adult body size”, “vermiform body form”, “high flexibility”, “infauna”, “semi-motile”, “gonochoristic”, “surface deposit-feeders”, “carnivores”, “semi-motile burrowers”, and “tube-dwellers”. Functional redundancy was stable in response to mussel farming stresses among seasons, whereas species diversity showed efficient to evaluate natural variables. Functional diversity was significantly affected by farming stressors rather than natural variables, Further analysis using multivariate methods together with continuous monitoring were highlighted to evaluate the impacts of mussel farming. Our results reinforce the importance of macrobenthic species and functional traits analysis to evaluate human stresses driven impacts in offshore ecosystems. By analysing the environmental variables with different sources, independently, we concluded the main effects of human pressures on macrobenthic community. Such distinction could be particularly effective to isolate variable environmental descriptors and evaluate their effects on functional diversity, making the current approach promising for the evaluation of ecological effects of anthropogenic stressors in aquaculture areas.
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    DOI: 10.1016/j.seppur.2023.125621 Read Article Go logo
    China University of Petroleum | 2024

    In this study, various types of degradation as well as attrition which are possibly encountered in a circulating fluidized bed temperature swing adsorption (CFB-TSA) process, were conducted experimentally to evaluate the stability of a resin-based solid amine sorbent. Other characterizations methods, such as elemental analysis (EA), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) etc. were applied to further reveal the degradation mechanisms. The results showed that thermal degradation occurs from 140–160 °C due to the decomposition of amine group. The CO2-induced degradation occurs from a higher temperature of 160–180 °C accompanied by the production of urea. Hydrothermal stability is good below 130 °C, but the ionic impurities in steam crystalized on particle surface can accelerate the degradation. Oxidative degradation is the most harmful, which starts at a lower temperature of 70–80 °C with the formation of aldehyde. The existence of H2O in atmosphere can alleviate the oxidative and CO2-induced degradations. The employed sorbent has a very low attrition index of 0.05, which is 1–2 orders lower than typical commercial fluidized bed catalysts. Based on the results of stability evaluation, some design suggestions for proper utilization of this sorbent or other similar resin-based sorbents have been provided in an industrial CFB-TSA process.

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    Shihezi University | 2024
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