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Title: System and method for detecting content of sericin in silk degumming liquid
Other Titles: 蚕丝脱胶液中丝胶含量检测系统及检测方法
Authors: Li, Y 
Hu, JY 
Han, YX 
Wu, XX 
Li, QH 
Issue Date: 9-May-2012
Publisher: 中华人民共和国国家知识产权局
Source: 中国专利 ZL 201010298206.9 How to cite?
Abstract: The invention relates to a system and method for detecting the content of sericin in a silk degumming liquid. The detection system comprises a constant-temperature sample cell for accommodating the silk degumming liquid, wherein the constant-temperature sample cell comprises a temperature controller used for maintaining the temperature of the liquid accommodated in the sample cell to be less than 100 DEG C; and the detection system further comprises a liquid conductivity measurement sensing device used for collecting the conductivity of the silk degumming liquid in the sample cell at a designated time point, and a data processing and analyzing device used for selecting a standard sericin concentration change curve corresponding to the currently-set degumming process parameters and calculating the concentration of the sericin in the silk degumming liquid at the designated time point according to the measured conductivity and the selected standard sericin concentration change curve. The system for detecting the content of the sericin in the silk degumming liquid is adopted to monitor and control the silk degumming degree during the production process and quantitatively calculate the concentration of the sericin in the silk degumming liquid and the silk degumming rate in real time, so as to achieve optimal control of the silk degumming process.
Rights: 专利权人: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
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