Characterization of ship plumes is very challenging due to the great variety of ships, fuel, and fuel grades, as well as the extent of a gas plume. In this work, imaging of ship plumes from an operating ferry boat was carried out using standoff midwave (3-5 μm) infrared hyperspectral imaging. Quantitative chemical imaging of combustion gases was achieved by fitting a radiative transfer model. Combustion efficiency maps and mass flow rates are presented for carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2). The results illustrate how valuable information about the combustion process of a ship engine can be successfully obtained using passive hyperspectral remote sensing imaging.
Marc-André Gagnon, Jean-Philippe Gagnon, Pierre Tremblay, Simon Savary, Vincent Farley, Éric Guyot, Philippe Lagueux, and Martin Chamberland, "Standoff midwave infrared hyperspectral imaging of ship plumes," Proc. SPIE 9988, Electro-Optical Remote Sensing X, 998806 (Presented at SPIE Security + Defence: September 26, 2016; Published: 21 October 2016); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2240000.
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