CEM India 2019

CEM India - Abstract

Abstract Title: CONTINUOUS EMISSION MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES in ACCORDANCE WITH CPCB GUIDE LINES
Abstract Type: Poster
Session Choice: Monitoring Techniques: Combustion gases
Presenter Name: Mr Kishor Kumar
Company/Organisation: OPSIS AB,Sweden
Country: India

Abstract Information :

TECHNOLOGIES
Continuous Emission Monitoring

Methods
Dry extractive
+ Low cost NDIR analysers can be used
- Not suitable with high dust loads
-Water removal changes the sample condition
Wet-hot extractive
+ Multigas analysers can be used
- Expensive
- Hot sample requires advanced heating systems
- Sensitive for power failures and high dust loads
Dilution extractive
+ Ambient type analysers can be used
+ Sample is dry and clean
+ Low initial cost
- Requires correct dilution
- Not suitable for monitoring low concentrations

In Situ Probe Type—diffusion
+ Simple installation
+ Low cross interference sensitivity
- Limited number of gases can be monitored
- Some models do not meet US EPA requirements
- Not representative sample
- Analyser stack mounted ( vibrations, temperature)

In Situ Cross Stack Type—Spectrometer in Stack
+ Representable sample
+ Meeting US EPA calibration requirements
+ TUV approved
Analyser Stack Mounted( vibrations, temper)
- Limited number of gases can be monitored

In Situ Cross Stack Type—Spectrometer in A/C Room
+ Reliable ( analyser not stack mounted ( OPSIS)
+ Representable sample
+ Meeting US EPA calibration requirements
+ TUV approved ( OPSIS)
+ Several hundreds of references world-wide
- Cross interference possible ( non-DOAS systems)

Techniques
DOAS
FTIR
IR absorption
UV absorption
Chemiluminescense
UV-fluorescence
Laser Diode

Individual Technologies will be explained in the power point with schematic diagrams.