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Performance Comparison of Real-Time Light Scattering Dust Monitors Across Dust Types and Humidity Levels8/1/2019 - Peer reviewed journal articlesThis paper presents a performance comparison of three commercially available light scattering dust monitors to a reference monitor tested within a laboratory aerosol chamber.
Performance of a Light Scattering Dust Monitor at Various Air Velocities: Results of Sampling in the Active Versus the Passive Mode1/1/2007 - Peer reviewed journal articlesThe Thermo personal DataRam (pDR) is an instantaneous sampler that uses light-scattering technology to provide relative measures of airborne respirable dust. The pDR can be used in active and passive modes to measure respirable dust levels.
1/1/2006 - Peer reviewed journal articlesThe Thermo-MIE personal DataRAM dust monitor (pDR) is a light-scattering instrument approved for use in gassy underground mines by the U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA). However, the use of light-scattering monitors has been inhibited by...
The Use of Light Scattering and Ion Chamber Responses for the Detection of Fires in Diesel Contaminated Atmospheres6/1/2002 - Peer reviewed journal articlesExperiments were conducted to determine the optical scattering properties of diesel particulate matter (DPM) and various combustion aerosols from both flaming and smoldering combustion sources at discrete angles of 151 and 301 in the forward direction...