||Investigation of extractive sampling interface parameters /
McNulty, Kenneth J. ;
McCoy, J. F. ;
Becker, J. H. ;
Ehrenfeld, J. R. ;
Goldsmith., R. L. ;
McNulty, K. J.
||Abcor, Inc., Cambridge, Mass. Walden Research Div.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. Office of Research and Development.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Environmental Research Center, Chemistry and Physics Laboratory,
||EPA 650/2-74/089; EPA-68-02-0742; EPA-ROAP-26AAP-27
Flue gases--Measurement. ;
Sulfur dioxide--Measurement. ;
Air--Pollution--Equipment and supplies. ;
Nitrogen oxides--Measurement. ;
Stack gases ;
Gas sampling ;
Gas detectors ;
Electric power plants ;
Gas flow ;
Nitric acid plants ;
Sulfuric acid plants ;
Gas surface interactions
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||xi, 193 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
The document is the result of a twelve month, three-phase investigative program with the intent of providing EPA with sufficient information to permit the establishment of minimum specifications for the design of continuous extractive sample interface systems. An extractive sampling interface system is the equipment associated with an instrumental source measurement system which extracts, transports, and conditions a sample of the source effluent. The work in this program was directed toward an investigation of interface systems for use on Category I sources for the following instrumental techniques: (1) non-dispersive infrared analyzers, (2) ultra-violet analyzers, (3) electrochemical sensors, and (4) chemiluminescent analyzers. Both laboratory and field results are reported.
"EPA-650/2-74-089." "October 1974." EPA contract no. 68-02-0742; EPA project officer James B. Homolya. Includes bibliographical references (p. 103-105).