21 January 1985 Application Of Infrared Spectroscopy For Monitoring The Performance Of Industrial Flares
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Proceedings Volume 0510, Infrared Technology X; (1985); doi: 10.1117/12.945022
Event: 28th Annual Technical Symposium, 1984, San Diego, United States
Abstract
A measurement and analysis effort to demonstrate the applicability of infrared spectroscopy for monitoring the performance of industrial flares is described. These flares are used commercially for the disposal of waste gases by combustion. Infrared spectral emissions from a standard, commercial flare were collected as a function of operating condition. Carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide concentrations were determined by iteration of emission spectra measured in the 1800 to 2500 wavenumber region against computed model spectra. Included in this paper is a discussion of the analysis methodology and field test results.
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M. J. Persky, R. L. Spellicy, "Application Of Infrared Spectroscopy For Monitoring The Performance Of Industrial Flares", Proc. SPIE 0510, Infrared Technology X, (21 January 1985); doi: 10.1117/12.945022; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.945022
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Fourier transforms

Carbon dioxide

Carbon monoxide

Infrared radiation

Infrared spectroscopy

Temperature metrology

Combustion

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