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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Theories describing the turbulent deposition of particles from aerosols have recently been applied to drinking water distribution. In order to allow the study of these processes in a quantitative way and internally observe a cloud of suspended particles in a pipe, we have developed an optical tomography technique and measuring device using low cost electronic components specifically for this application. The mathematical methodology and the electronic device aredoi:10.5194/dwes-4-61-2011 fatcat:tk27hy6tcng4lneqb5z3tmpim4