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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 2365

Optical Sensing for Environmental and Process Monitoring
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 2365
Date Published: 31 May 1995
Softcover: 46 papers (502) pages
ISBN: 9780819417114

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Application of FTIR spectroscopy to open-path measurements at industrial sites in Germany
Author(s): Torsten Lamp; Konradin Weber; Johannes Weidemann; Guenther van Haren
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New concept of enhanced monitoring station for urban air application
Author(s): Ivo Allegrini; Antonio Febo; Claudia Giliberti
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Measurement of the concentrations of volatile organic compounds within operating process units by open-path FTIR
Author(s): P. A. David; R. E. Pauls; Ernie H. Baughman
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Open-path FTIR measurements at an urban area in Germany
Author(s): Konradin Weber; Johannes Weidemann; Guenther van Haren; Torsten Lamp
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Diurnal variations of some atmospheric gases as measured by Fourier transform spectroscopy
Author(s): George M. Russwurm; Jeffrey W. Childers; Edgar L. Thompson
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Using Fourier transform microwave spectroscopy to detect hazardous air pollutants
Author(s): F. J. Lovas; W. Pereyra; Richard D. Suenram; Gerald T. Fraser; J.-U. Grabow; Angela R. Hight Walker
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Data handling and validation from Wisconsin's remote vehicle emissions sensing studies
Author(s): Craig S. Rendahl
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Use of infrared and ultraviolet spectrometers to measure the effect of vehicle emissions on urban air quality
Author(s): Dan Gibbs; Christopher L. Betty; Mohsen Dolaty; Vittorio Argento
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Detectability of vehicle exhaust hydrocarbons: the Wisconsin inspection/maintentance (I/M) analyzer and the remote vehicle emissions sensing (RVES) system
Author(s): Rebecca Cors; Craig S. Rendahl
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Direct comparisons of FTIR with conventional analyzers for the real-time measurement of vehicle emissions
Author(s): Steven R. Lowry; Robert E. Klebba; Jay P. Roberts
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FTIR emission spectroscopy and modeling of radiative transfer through a layered plume: analysis of aircraft engine exhausts
Author(s): Joerg Heland; Klaus Schaefer; Rainer Haus
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Measurement of tracer gas distributions using an open-path FTIR system coupled with computed tomography
Author(s): Anushka C. Drescher; Michael G. Yost; Doo Yong Park; Steven P. Levine; Ashok J. Gadgil; Marc L. Fischer; William W. Nazaroff
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Assessment of indoor air quality using extractive Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) measurements
Author(s): Charles T. Chaffin; Timothy L. Marshall; P. T. Jaakkola; J. K. Kauppinen; William G. Fateley; Robert M. Hammaker
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System for rapid detection and mapping of gas plumes on 100 m scales: examination of some technical and economic issues
Author(s): Marc L. Fischer; Anushka C. Drescher; Ashok J. Gadgil; Michael G. Yost
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Volatile organic compound and respirable particle monitoring in residences
Author(s): K. A. Bunding Lee; G. P. Ananth; A. L. Hood; J. A. Schroeder; A. L. Clobes
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Two-dimensional mapping of air contaminant movement using an FTIR/computed tomography system
Author(s): Runa Bhattacharyya; Lori A. Todd
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Evaluation of beam-path configurations for use with a monostatic OP-FTIR capable of rapid beam movement for tomographic reconstruction of gas and vapor concentrations in workplaces
Author(s): Doo Yong Park; Michael G. Yost; Anushka C. Drescher; Ashok J. Gadgil; Yi Zhou; Steven P. Levine
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Mapping chemical concentrations indoors using open-path FTIR spectroscopy and computed tomography: chamber studies
Author(s): Arindam Samanta; Lori A. Todd
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Use of an Opsis open-path monitor for ambient aldehyde monitoring
Author(s): R. Michael Hartman; Alan R. Leston
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Simultaneous use of two open-path FTIR spectrometers for data collection in complex source environments
Author(s): Robert J. Kricks; Douglas E. Pescatore; Stephen H. Perry; Amy E. DuBois
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Opsis open-path monitor versus conventional point samplers in a field study
Author(s): Hans S. Hallstadius; Robert K. Stevens; Charles Patrick Conner
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Estimation of VOC emission rates from FTIR measurements and whole-air canister data
Author(s): Ray E. Carter; Dennis D. Lane; Glen A. Marotz; Michael F. Davis; Jody L. Hudson; Charles T. Chaffin; Timothy L. Marshall; Robert M. Hammaker; William G. Fateley
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Intercomparison between gas-chromatography and long-path UV DOAS techniques for the measurement of benzene and toluene in urban atmospheres
Author(s): Ivo Allegrini; Antonio Febo
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Evaluation of emissions from remedial activity at a former manufactured gas plant by open-path Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy
Author(s): Michael F. Davis; Joseph Arello; John R. Helvig; Jody L. Hudson; Melissa D. Tucker; John M. Poholarz; Robert M. Hammaker; William G. Fateley
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Infrared open-path monitoring for studies of atmospheric dispersion of gaseous pollutants
Author(s): William A. Ivancic; Philip R. Sticksel; Michael W. Holdren; Jan R. Satola; Russell H. Barnes; R. Mukund; Carol Barker
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Open-path atmospheric monitoring with a low-resolution FTIR spectrometer
Author(s): Peter R. Griffiths; Robert L. Richardson; Deru Qin; Changjiang Zhu
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Nonintrusive determination of combustion efficiency using FTIR spectroscopy
Author(s): J. S. Lindner; Zhang Hansheng; R. L. Cook
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Passive Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) monitoring of SO2 in smokestack plumes: a comparison of remote passive spectra of an actual hot plume with emission spectra collected with a heatable cell
Author(s): Charles T. Chaffin; Timothy L. Marshall; Roger J. Combs; Robert B. Knapp; Robert T. Kroutil; William G. Fateley; Robert M. Hammaker
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Applications in continuous monitoring of atmospheric pollutants by remote sensing
Author(s): Robert N. Hunt; Paul A. Fuchs
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Development of QA/QC performance standards for field use of open-path FTIR spectrometers
Author(s): A. Laurie Cone; Shahla K. Farhat; Lori A. Todd
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Effects of stray light in FTIR instruments on open-path measurements
Author(s): George M. Russwurm; Jeffrey W. Childers; Edgar L. Thompson
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Coanalysis and spectral subtraction: developments in the optimization and automation of open-path FTIR spectroscopy analysis software based on recent field projects
Author(s): Douglas E. Pescatore; Stephen H. Perry; Amy E. DuBois; Robert J. Kricks
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Official German approval of Opsis UV DOAS for measurements of phenol, formaldehyde, mercury, and ammonia for CEM applications
Author(s): Svante Wallin
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Improved FTIR open-path remote sensing data reduction technique
Author(s): William Phillips; Rick Moyers; Lori T. Lay
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Quality assurance considerations in a long-term FTIR monitoring program
Author(s): Jeffrey W. Childers; George M. Russwurm; Edgar L. Thompson
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Requirements and state of the art of monitoring systems in Germany
Author(s): Wolfgang Jockel
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High-temperature reference spectra and spectral database
Author(s): Tom Daugherty; William Phillips; Danny Brown; Robert Howard; Lori T. Lay
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Evaluating open-path FTIR spectrometer data using different quantification methods, libraries, and background spectra obtained under varying environmental conditions
Author(s): Maria S. Tomasko; Lori A. Todd
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Matching of high-resolution water-vapor spectra with open path FTIR field spectra
Author(s): John D. Webb; Karl R. Loos; Stuart A. Reid; Joanna I.L. Hughes; S. Williamson
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Objectives and strategies for a cooperative EPA/API field study
Author(s): John S. Lague; Judith O. Zwicker; Howard Feldman
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Examination of the long-path open-air FTIR technique for air monitoring in the state of Kentucky
Author(s): Dilip K. Chakraborty
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Sensair: an improved DOAS system
Author(s): Harold I. Schiff; John Robbins; Sasha D. Nadler; Gervase I. Mackay
Use of an open-path FTIR sensor at Camacari Petrochemical Complex--Bahia, Brazil
Author(s): Neuza Neves; Elizabeth da R. Couto; Robert H. Kagann
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Optical-based UV-IR gas detector for monitoring hydrocarbons and toxic gases
Author(s): Yair Dankner; Esther Jacobson; Efraim Goldenberg; Sergey Pashin
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FTIR remote sensing of atmospheric species: application to global change and air pollution
Author(s): Gabriel J. Vazquez
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