Orinoquia

Orinoquia, Volumen 21, Número 1 Sup, p. 45-55, 2017. ISSN electrónico 2011-2629. ISSN impreso 0121-3709.

Diseño y Evaluación de un micro viscosímetro de bajo costo utilizando un resonador de cristal de cuarzo y Arduino

Designing and evaluating a low-cost micro-viscometer using a quartz crystal resonator (QCR) and an Arduino DUE microcontroller board

Desenho e Avaliação de um micro viscosímetro de baixo custo usando um ressonador de cristal de quartzo e Arduino

Luis Armando Carvajal Ahumada, José Javier Serrano Olmedo, Jhon Eyber Pazos Alonso, Mario Alejandro García Fox, Oscar Leonardo Herrera Sandoval

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Resumen (es)

El objetivo principal de este artículo es proponer el diseño de un micro viscosímetro de bajo coste utilizando un resonador de cristal de cuarzo (QCR) y una tarjeta Arduino DUE. En el artículo se explican los pasos del diseño del sensor y también su evaluación con dos líquidos de diferentes características: diluciones de glicerol en agua (comportamiento Newtoniano) y diluciones de albúmina de huevo extraída de huevos frescos en agua (comportamiento No-Newtoniano). Este estudio está relacionado con el interés de desarrollar nuevas herramientas para el diagnóstico de enfermedades cardiovasculares y artríticas.

Palabras clave (es)

Análisis de impedancia; Fluidos; Frecuencia de resonancia; QCR; Viscosidad

Resumen (en)

This article outlines a design for a low-cost micro-viscometer, using a quartz crystal resonator (QCR) and an Arduino DUE programmable microcontroller board. The article explains the steps involved in designing the sensor and also how it was evaluated regarding two liquids having different characteristics: dilute aqueous glycerol (Newtonian behaviour) and dilutions of egg-white extracted from fresh eggs in water (non-Newtonian behaviour). This study was related to interest in developing new tools for diagnosing cardiovascular and arthritic diseases.

Palabras clave (en)

Impedance analysis; fluid; resonant frequency; QCR; viscosity

Resumen (pt)

principal objetivo deste trabalho é propor o projeto de um micro viscosímetro de baixo custo usando um ressonador de cristal de quartzo (QCR) e um cartão Arduino DUE. O artigo explica as etapas do desenho do sensor e também sua avaliação com dois líquidos de diferentes características: diluições de glicerol em água (comportamento newtoniano) e diluições de albumina de ovo extraídas de ovos frescos em água (comportamento não newtoniano). Este estudo está relacionado ao interesse de desenvolver novas ferramentas para o diagnóstico de doenças cardiovasculares e artríticas.

Palabras clave (pt)

Análise de impedância; Fluidos; Freqüência de ressonância; QCR; Viscosidade

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