PAN Leiqing,WEI Kangli,CAO Niannian,et al.Measurement of optical parameters of fruits and vegetables and its application in quality detection[J].Journal of Nanjing Agricultural University,2018,41(1):26-37.[doi:10.7685/jnau.201706029]





Measurement of optical parameters of fruits and vegetables and its application in quality detection
潘磊庆1 魏康丽1 曹念念1 孙柯1 刘强1 屠康1 朱启兵2
1. 南京农业大学食品科技学院, 江苏 南京 210095;
2. 江南大学轻工过程先进控制教育部重点实验室, 江苏 无锡 214122
PAN Leiqing1 WEI Kangli1 CAO Niannian1 SUN Ke1 LIU Qiang1 TU Kang1 ZHU Qibing2
1. College of Food Science and Technology, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing 210095, China;
2. Key Laboratory of Advanced Process Control for Light Industry, Ministry of Education, Jiangnan University, Wuxi 214122, China
optical parameterstime-resolvedspatial-resolvedfrequency-domainintegrating spherefruits and vegetablesquality detection
The optical parameters including absorption coefficient and scattering coefficient,are used to characterize light propagation in tissues of fruits and vegetables,which are closely related to the chemical composition and the structure of the tissues. And they are important indicators to analyze the quality of fruit and vegetable. The purpose of measurement of optical parameters of fruits and vegetables is to better understand the principles of photon transmission in the tissues of fruits and vegetables and find out its application in quality detection in the development of new products. In order to track the latest research developments of this technology in fruits and vegetables,the principle and characteristics of four measurement technologies were briefly introduced,including time-resolved,spatial-resolved,frequency-domain and integrating sphere. The advancement of applications in measuring optical parameters,quality detection of fruits and vegetables from the years 2001 to 2017 were summarized. This review aims to provide reference for future research and applicatiom in fruits and vegetables.


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