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Microwave based conductivity monitoring of glass melts used for nuclear waste management
Published in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Pages: 506 - 508
A non-contact microwave measurement technique to measure the change in conductivity profile of glass mixture with temperature (30-700°C is presented here. Mono static radio detection and ranging (RADAR) signals from the glass melts recorded using a corrugated horn are processed to identify the relative change in material conductivity with respect to temperature. © 2019 IEEE.