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Aug. 10, 2022, 12:47 p.m. | Robert McKeon Aloe

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Coffee Data Science

A fun approach inspired by forced fines migration

While thinking about my forced fines migration experiment, I thought it would be an interesting way to measure fines throughout the puck. You could measure fines using imaging or sifting, but both have some challenges. For imaging, you can’t resolve the smallest fines. For sifting, it is challenging to sift below 200um or even below 300um without great effort.

With my forced fines migration experiment, I was able …

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