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Chinese Scientists Develop A System to Monitor Harmful Gases for Industrial Parks
Date: 2020/01/10 Author: ZHOU Shu

Chinese scientists developed a comprehensive monitoring system that is based on optics technology to monitor toxic and harmful gases for industrial parks.

This work was done by a team led by LIU Jianguo with Anhui Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics under Hefei Institutes of Physical Science. And their work was awarded the second prize of National Scientific and Technological Progress Award by the State Council of People’s Republic of China on January 10, 2020.

The team has made enormous work to develop this comprehensive monitoring system on their own.

They systematically studied the high temperature spectral database and then created the analytical algorithms for toxic and harmful gases, as well as took a closer look at harsh conditions in industrial environment by spectral application technology.

According to the team, an overall monitoring that covers all-dimensional of point-line-flat-area gases emissions could be set up with the system, thus to catering the technical need of pollution source identification, total emission monitoring, and emergency early warning in industrial parks.

China has been going through a leap in its industrial development and a large number of industrial parks have been founded across the vast land. Its rapid industrial growth brings the country a great deal of wealth but also side effects, the air pollution is one of them. This system may provide an effective method to face the pollution challenge and also basic data for further scientific study.

 

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ZHOU Shu

Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (http://english.hf.cas.cn/)

Email: zhous@hfcas.ac.cn

 

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