Vol. 5, issue 07, article # 9

Arshinov Yu.F., Bobrovnikov S.M., Shumskii V.K., Popov A.G., Serikov I.B. Remote Determination of the Composition, Temperature, and Velocity of Outflow of Atmospheric Emission from Plant Stacks using a Raman-Lidar. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1992. V. 5. No. 07. P. 726-733.
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Abstract:

This paper presents a detailed analysis of the Raman Lidar technique for remote sensing of atmospheric emissions from stacks. Analysis made in the paper allowed more correct measurement technique to be proposed. A possibility of measuring simultaneously with the pollutants number densities the emission jet outflow velocity and temperature is shown. This enables one to estimate the gross yields of pollutants at a stack mouth. Thus extended capabilities a Raman-Lidar technique are illustrated with the experimental results obtained at the West Siberian Stell Production Plant in Novokuznetsk City.

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