Continuous Emission Monitoring. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2214026
  • Book
  • 416 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Continuous Emission Monitoring, Second Edition is the most comprehensive source of information on the latest technical and regulatory issues that are affecting the design, application, and certification of CEM systems. It provides a thorough discussion of CEM systems, how they work, their advantages and drawbacks, and the regulatory requirements that govern their operation. Equally suitable for an environmental engineer in a plant or control agency, a CEM user, or an inspector/auditor, this book makes it possible to assess the operating characteristics of commercial systems and to evaluate them for a specific application. Thoroughly referenced, with numerous illustrations, it features:
  • A comprehensive review of regulations, with clear information on changes
  • New measurement techniques, designs for "smart" analyzers, and advanced monitoring approaches
  • New chapters on flow rate and continuous particulate monitors
  • Techniques for recordkeeping, generating reports, and using data acquisition and handling systems
  • Quality assurance/quality control programs

CEMs are becoming a fact of life in regulatory programs throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia. Environmental professionals as well as vendors and manufacturers will turn to Continuous Emission Monitoring for clear, up–to–date information on the technical and regulatory issues shaping this dynamic field.

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Introduction to CEM Systems.

CEM Regulations.

Extractive System Design.

Introduction to the Analytical Methods.

Extractive System Analyzers.

In–Situ Monitoring Systems for the Measurement of Gas Concentrations.

Flow Rate Monitors.

Opacity Monitors.

Continuous Particulate Monitoring.

Cem System Control, Data Acquisition, and Reporting.

Certifying CEM Systems.

Quality Assurance Programs for CEM Systems.


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JAMES A. JAHNKE PhD, a leading expert in the field, is a consultant with Source Technology Associates of Triangle Park, North Carolina. Currently, he is serving as a United States ASTM representative to the International Standards Organization Subcommittee on Source Monitoring, and as Chairman of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Committee on Ambient Atmospheres and Source Emissions. He has authored numerous manuals, studies, reports, and technical papers on CEM systems and related subjects.
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