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Master Thesis

Développement et validation de capteurs innovants, bas-coûts et open-sources pour le suivi de la turbidité des eaux pluviales en milieu urbain

Abstract : Measuring turbidity is essential for monitoring water quality in urban areas. However, commercially available equipment is very expensive, which limits the possibilities in terms of equipment deployment. The development of reliable, low-cost sensors made from open-source material is an alternative to these commercial sensors. After an analysis of different low-cost probes already developed, a probe model was built and tested in an urban environment in a rainwater retention basin located in Chassieu in eastern Lyon. The first results show the potential of the turbidity probe developed, although improvements can still be made, particularly regarding fouling.
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Benoît Anquez. Développement et validation de capteurs innovants, bas-coûts et open-sources pour le suivi de la turbidité des eaux pluviales en milieu urbain. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03597242⟩

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