Most measurements on gaseous industrial emissions are carried out by extracting a sample from the flue or chimney and transporting it either to a continuous analyser or to an absorption system for later off-line measurement. This chapter will demonstrate that gas sampling, transport and conditioning are by no means trivial operations. They can lead to significant errors in the final measurement if not undertaken correctly and the hardware represents a major part of the costs of the overall analytical system.
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- Gas sampling and conditioning
Andrew G. Clarke
- Springer Netherlands