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Study of air pollutant detection by remote sensors
C. B. Ludwig
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration; for sale by the Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Va. in [Washington]
Written in English
|Other titles||Air pollutant detection by remote sensors.|
|Statement||by C. B. Ludwig, R. Bartle, and M. Griggs.|
|Series||NASA contractor report, NASA CR-1380, NASA contractor report ;, NASA CR-1380.|
|Contributions||Bartle, R., joint author., Griggs, M., joint author., General Dynamics Corporation., Electronics Research Center (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||TL521.3C6 A3 no. 1380|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
|LC Control Number||79603244|
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Get this from a library. Study of air pollutant detection by remote sensors. [C B Ludwig; R Bartle; M Griggs; General Dynamics Corporation.; Electronics Research Center (U.S.); United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. STUDY OF AIR POLLUTANT DETECTION BY REMOTE SENSORS By C. Ludwig, R. Bartle, and M. Griggs Distribution of this report is provided in the interest of information exchange. Responsibility for the contents resides in the author or organization that prepared it.
Issued by. U.S.A. Hamilton P. and James K. () Correlation Spec- troscopy and Long-Range Drift of SO;, Proceedings of the conference on Environmental Sensors and Appli- cations, The Royal Society of London, 1ERE, London.
Ludwig C. B., Barttle R. and Griggs M. () Study of Air Pollutant Detection by Remote by: The effects of environmental pollution in the study area are shown in Figure 1.
The objective of air quality monitoring is to obtain an estimate of pollutant (total suspended particulates TSP) concentrations (Ung, et al., a, b). First, compared to atmospheric gases, aerosol is highly inhomogeneous and variable; that is, aerosol Cited by: 2.
The answer is yes. and, remote sensing data have been widely used for air quality monitoring. Besides air pollutants, smoke and dust plume detection from satellite measurements can provide.
Spinelle et al. () presented an evaluation of commercially available metal oxide sensors for the monitoring of O 3 in ambient air and they found a limit in the detection of such sensors near to 2 ppb (Spinelle et al., ).For O 3 measurements, MOS sensors have been shown to be better than EC sensors, presenting a good agreement with reference measurements and they do not Study of air pollutant detection by remote sensors book.
Scientists at Gayatri Vidya Parishad-Scientific and Industrial Research Centre in Visakhapatnam have developed an indigenous system for real-time remote monitoring of air quality parameters, the. update every time from the remote sensor via the internet and pollutant detection sensors, and LTE modem.
The sensor system is intended for the study and control of indoor air quality, by. Sensors are currently available or being developed to measure ambient concentrations of air pollutants found in air, e.g., NO, NO 2, O 3, CO 2, CO, CH 4, VOC, organic species, as well as particulate matter (PM) mass in one or more size ranges and components of PM, e.g., black carbon.
However, many of the commercially available sensors have not. Recently, the marine habitat has been under pollution threat, which impacts many human activities as well as human life. Increasing concerns about pollution levels in the oceans and coastal regions have led to multiple approaches for measuring and mitigating marine pollution, in order to achieve sustainable marine water quality.
Satellite remote sensing, covering large and remote areas, is. said to be able to monitor air pollution in outdoor air. One benefit of the use of LCS is the increased spatial coverage when monitoring air quality in cities and remote locations.
Today, there are hundreds of LCSs commercially available on the market with a cost ranging from a few hundred to a few thousand euro. At the same time, the scientific. Prior to, and after, the study, the 19 sensors were deployed and collocated at a regulatory air monitoring site.
The sensors demonstrated a high degree of precision during all collocated measurement periods (Pearson R 2 = − across all sensors), with little drift.
A sensor-specific correction factor was developed such that each. Air Pollutant of Interest Type Source Example Useful Detection Limits Range to Expect Level Ozone (O 3) Secondary Formed via UV (sunlight) and pressure of other key pollutants 10 ppb ppb 75 ppb (8 hr) Carbon monoxide (CO) Primary Fuel combustion –mobile sources, industrial processes ppm ppm 9 ppm (8 hr) 35 ppm (1 hr) Sulfur.
(e.g. air pollution detection) encountered by many Asian countries. This paper develops an architecture based on a Wireless Mesh Network of Sensors (WMNS) to measure air pollution in Indian cities.
We are motivated by the fact that air pollution in Indian cities is emerging as a key threat to health. Conventional measurements are costly methods and spatially restricted.
Therefore, air pollution monitoring becomes a challenging task. Here, we propose Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) based system with low-cost sensors, which collects air pollutant information in. Applied Remote SEnsing Training. Low-cost air quality sensors help monitor indoor or outdoor air pollution with varying accuracy and reliability.
BreezoMeter’s location-based air quality data can be integrated into consumer products to provide highly accurate outdoor data to provide a more complete picture of the air.
While some air pollution problems are limited to the local area where pollution is emitted (e.g., 1,3-butadiene, a shortlived pollutant), others are transported and impact air quality across cities or entire regions of the country (e.g., ozone, PM). Technology was developed by governments to create air pollution sensors in order to measure the toxins in the environment.
With further scientific research and advancements in technology, people are more concerned and conscious with the air the breath. Technology has made air pollution sensors more readily available and affordable for personal use.
− no sensor contamination during measurement, and − simple operation and little maintenance. Due to this background, we have recently developed an automated infrared remote sensing system for the detection of atmospheric trace gas and air pollutants that can be used under outdoor conditions.
In, a low-cost air pollution monitoring system using vehicular sensor network was proposed to complement the conventional air pollution monitoring networks.
Each sensor node consists of a set of sensors (temperature, relative humidity, NO 2, CO 2, CO and O 3), a GPS module, and a ZigBee wireless link.Environmental pollutants won’t be able to hide thanks to new sensing technologies that accurately pinpoint and monitor the quality of our environment.
Combined with physical analytics driven by artificial intelligence, these technologies will unlock insights to help us prevent pollution and fully harness the promise of cleaner fuels like natural gas.This report prepared by KNMI and JRC is the final result of a study on the applicability of remote sensing in the field of air pollution requested by the DG Environment.
The objectives of this study were to: • Have an assessment of presently available scientific information on the feasibility of utilising remote.