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10 March 1993 Remote sensing of smokestack emissions using a mobile environmental laboratory
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A mobile environmental laboratory has been developed. This laboratory consists of a van which is equipped with different environmental sensors. The FT-IR system K300 by Kayser- Threde is the key instrument. With this K300 the van can be used for remote measurements of the gaseous emissions from smoke stacks. In addition the laboratory is equipped with standard ambient air analyzers as well as meteorological sensors. A large battery system ensures current source free operation the whole day. Reloading of the batteries takes only one night. remote measurements with this van were carried out at different power plants. Several pollutants could be analyzed. First results are presented.
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Herbert W. Mosebach, T. Eisenmann, Y. Schulz-Spahr, I. Neureither, Hermann Bittner, Harald Rippel, Klaus Schaefer, Dieter Wehner, and Rainer Haus "Remote sensing of smokestack emissions using a mobile environmental laboratory", Proc. SPIE 1717, Industrial, Municipal, and Medical Waste Incineration Diagnostics and Control, (10 March 1993); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.140298
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