Calibration in Air Monitoring

    Chapman RL, Sheesley DC
    Published: 1976

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    The Symposium on Calibration in Air Monitoring was presented at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Colo., 5-7 Aug., 1975. The symposium was sponsored by The American Society for Testing and Materials through its Committee D-22 on Methods of Sampling and Analysis of Atmospheres. R. L. Chapman, Beckman Instruments, Inc., presided as symposium chairman. D. C. Sheesley, Ambient Analysis, Inc., presided as symposium cochairman.

    Table of Contents

    Chapman R.

    Calibration of Stack Gas Instrumentation
    Chapman R.

    Gas Turbine Emission Measurement Instrument Calibration
    Dieck R.

    Preparation of Stable Pollution Gas Standards Using Treated Aluminum Cylinders
    Wechter S.

    Application and Description of a Portable Calibration System
    Debbrecht F., Neel E.

    Qualification of Ambient Methods as Reference Methods
    Clements J.

    Qualification of Source Test Methods as Reference Methods
    Howes J., Pesut R.

    Certification Experience with Extractive Emission Monitoring Systems
    Bonam W., Fuller W.

    Verification of In Situ Source Emission Analyzer Data
    Lord H.

    Statistical Implications of the Environmental Protection Agency Procedure for Evaluating the Accuracy of Sulfur Dioxide and Nitrogen Oxide Monitors of Stationary Sources
    Reeves J.

    Interagency Comparison of lodometric Methods for Ozone Determination
    DeMore W., Feldstein M., Hamming W., Mueller P., Romanovsky J.

    Evaluation and Collaborative Testing of a Continuous Colorimetric Method for Measurement of Nitrogen Dioxide in Ambient Air
    Constant P., Fuerst R., Margeson J., Scheil G., Sharp M.

    Evaluation of Data Obtained by Reference Methods
    Taylor J.

    Calibration of Permeation and Diffusion Devices by an Absolute Pressure Method
    Dietz R., Smith J.

    Permeation Tube Equilibration Times and Long-Term Stability
    Williams D.

    Application of Gas Phase Titration in the Calibration of Nitric Oxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, and Ozone Analyzers
    Rehme K.

    Stability of Nitric Oxide Calibration Gas Mixtures in Compressed Gas Cylinders
    Lee W., Paine J.

    Role of The National Bureau of Standards in Calibration Problems Associated with Air Pollution Measurements
    Hughes E.

    Use of the National Bureau of Standards Standard Reference Gases in Mobile Source Emissions Testing
    Paulsell C.

    Gas Standards, How Standard Are They?
    Grieco H., Wechter S.

    A Calibration Procedural System and Facility for Gas Turbine Engine Exhaust Emission Analysis
    Elwood J.

    Problems with Zero Gases for Ultra-Low Level Measurements of Air Pollutants
    Marrin J., Scott W.

    Electrochemical Generation of Pollutant Standards
    Harman J.

    Ultra Low-Level Calibration Gas Generation by Multistage Dilution Techniques
    Lucero D.

    Development of Synthetic Standard Samples for Trace Analysis of Air Particulates
    Pradzynski A., Rhodes J.

    Redundant Calibration of Nitric Oxide, Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, and Ozone Air Pollution Monitors by Chemical and Gravimetric Techniques
    Alvord H., Delumyea R., Kok G., Stedman D.

    Committee: D22

    DOI: 10.1520/STP598-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4674-7

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0297-2

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