• Calibration of a Multi-Object Spectrometer with Programmable and Arbitrary Field of View 

      Kirkhus, Trine; Fismen, Britta Grennberg; Tschudi, Jon; O'Farrell, Marion (Lecture, 2010)
      Employing digital micro-mirror devices to simultaneously select illumination and detection regions, increases flexibility in spectral measurements. We present a method for collecting regional reference spectra, for optimum ...
    • Inline Spectroscopy: From Concept to Function 

      Tschudi, Jon; O'Farrell, Marion; Bakke, Kari Anne Hestnes (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      The field of applied spectroscopy is strongly dominated by publications presenting proof-of-concepts, lab set-ups, and demonstrations. In contrast, the corresponding number of commercial successes of inline spectroscopy ...
    • Near-Infrared (NIR) Interactance System for Non-Contact Monitoring of the Temperature Profile of Baked Liver Pâté 

      O'Farrell, Marion; Bakke, Kari Anne Hestnes; Tschudi, Jon; Wold, Jens Petter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      This article investigates the possibility of using non-contact interactance as a method for profiling the temperature in a processed meat product (liver pâté) as it comes out of the oven. The application was defined by an ...
    • Novel NIR Transflection Measurements for Non-contact Core Temperature of processed Meat Products 

      O'Farrell, Marion; Tschudi, Jon; Bakke, Kari Anne Hestnes; Wold, Jens Petter; Sanden, Karen Wahlstrøm (Chapter, 2010)
      A novel system for online measurement of core temperature in processed meat products is presented. The system allows near infrared (NIR) light to interact with the product to a depth of up to 2cm using noncontact optics. ...
    • The potential for predicting purge in packaged meat using low field NMR 

      Zhu, Han; O'Farrell, Marion; Hansen, Eddy Walther; Andersen, Petter; Berg, Per; Egelandsdal, Bjørg Tordis (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      The ability of NMR to predict purge from vacuum-packed pork that was stored for 9 days was investigated. T2 relaxation was measured at 24 h post mortem (p.m.) and again after 9 days of chilled storage. NMR measurements ...