11 October 2010 Development of a VDI guideline for passive FTIR measurements in the atmosphere
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A VDI/DIN guideline for passive FTIR spectrometry is under development. The topics will be: Basics of the techniques: principles for the detection of gaseous clouds and exhaust composition, radiative transfer model, radiative temperature, noise equivalent column density and detection limits; Measurement systems: Fourier transform spectroscopy, Michelson interferometers, measurement configurations, spectrometers with one detector element, scanning systems, scanning imaging systems, spectrometers with a detector array; Calibration: radiometric calibration, system calibration; Remote sensing of gases at ambient temperature: basics, identification of gases, quantifications, application examples; Remote sensing of gases at high temperatures: basics, quantification of gas temperature, quantification of composition, application examples; Remote sensing of gases by means of solar radiation: basics, measurement performance, data analyses, application examples.
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Klaus Schäfer, Roland Harig, Thomas Blumenstock, Norbert Höfert, and Konradin Weber "Development of a VDI guideline for passive FTIR measurements in the atmosphere", Proc. SPIE 7827, Remote Sensing of Clouds and the Atmosphere XV, 782710 (11 October 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.866466; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.866466
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