Air and Water Analysis (AAS04)

In Instrumentation

About this class



This lesson trains participants to apply the concepts and terminology associated with the principles of process analysis to air and water analysis.




Prerequisites


This lesson is designed for participants with a basic understanding of industrial process emissions and effluents and the regulations governing them. Participants should also have a basic knowledge of the principles of process analysis, spectroscopic analysis, and gas chromatographs.

Description


This lesson trains participants to apply the concepts and terminology associated with the principles of process analysis to air and water analysis. The agencies and regulations governing air and water quality are described, and the ways in which various types of analyzers detect and measure the components in air and water are discussed.

Objectives


Explain the role and importance of analyzers and detectors for air and water monitoring. Identify EPA and OSHA regulatory issues surrounding air and water monitoring. Identify and describe the fundamental operating principles of paramagnetic, zirconium oxide, and low temperature instruments. Identify air quality applications for spectroscopic instruments. Identify the operating principles of opacity monitors and infrared and ultraviolet stack analyzers. Identify air quality applications for gas chromatography. Identify water quality applications for electrochemical instruments. Identify the operating principles of pH analyzers, ion-specific electrode analyzers, conductivity analyzers, and dissolved oxygen analyzers. Identify water quality applications for spectroscopic instruments. Identify water quality applications for flame ionization detection. Identify the principles of operation for flame ionization detectors.

Contents

This lesson trains participants to apply the concepts and terminology
associated with the principles of process analysis to air and water
analysis. The agencies and regulations governing air and water quality
are described, and the ways in which various types of analyzers detect
and measure the components in air and water are discussed.

  • Air and Water Analysis

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