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Antaki, James
10-01-1998, 10:53 AM
Heir Gieshaber,

Have you considered a birefringent fluid analog? In case you are not aware,
these fluids will produce varying diffraction patterns based on hydrostatic
pressure.

James F. Antaki
Director, Artificial Heart Research
McGowan Center for Artificial Organ Development
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
antakiJF@msx.upmc.edu

-----Original Message-----
From: Frieder A. Grieshaber [mailto:fg@BMT.UNI-STUTTGART.DE]
Sent: Thursday, October 01, 1998 5:28 AM
To: BIOMCH-L@NIC.SURFNET.NL
Subject: pressure sensitive bubbles needed


Hello,

we need an indicator for pressure in water, which should contain something
like small bubbles in the state of suspension in water. The size of these
bubbles should be smaller than 0.01 mm. The pressure we expect is of order
of 10000 Pa.

Usually you use a hydrophone but this is not possible in this case.


Thanks for all ideas.

Frieder Grieshaber
fg@bmt.uni-stuttgart.de

Institute of Biomedical Engineering
University of Stuttgart
Seidenstrasse 36
D-70174 Stuttgart

Tel.: 0049-711-121-2368
Fax: 0049-711-121-2371

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