固定発生源からの浮遊粒子状物質の評価・解析法の国際規格化と研究開発動向 [in Japanese] Research and Development of International Standard Measurement and Analysis Method for Emission Behavior of Suspended Particulate Matter from Stationary Sources [in Japanese]
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The research and development trend, and recent activities in international standardization, of characterization and analysis method for emission behavior of PM<SUB>10</SUB>/PM<SUB>2.5</SUB> and nanometer scaled particles from stationary sources such as factory, power plants and waste incinerators was introduced. The international standard method for PM<SUB>10</SUB>/PM<SUB>2.5</SUB> emission behavior from stationary sources is discussed in ISO TC146/SC1/WG20. In this committee, three kinds of PM<SUB>10</SUB>/PM<SUB>2.5</SUB> separation methods from flue gas are focused upon, and the ISO committee draft, Part 1 "Cascade impactors", has already been proposed. The subjects and our improved proposal of this draft, and the structure and performance of virtual impactor, which is under discussion as Part 3 of this ISO, were introduced. Furthermore, attention has to be paid to condensable suspended particulate matter (SPM), which may pass through the high-performance dust collectors, because it is a new high risk matter for human health in the future. Condensable SPM is collected by the mass concentration measurement with a dilution method, which is discussed in ISO TC146/SC1/WG21. However, there are many issues that must be solved for successful development of measurement methods of such nanometer scaled particles and the optimal dilutor design.
- Earozoru Kenkyu
Earozoru Kenkyu 22(4), 296-301, 2007-12-20
Japan Association of Aerosol Science and Technology