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Size resolved aerosol volatility, U. of Hawaii
STATUS
Operational
AVAILABILITY
As funded for experiments.
REQUEST PROCEDURE
contact Antony Clarke, University of Hawaii
Airborne Measurements
Size resolved thermal volatility of aerosol between 0.1-10um diameter. Laser optical partice counter and thermal denuder system.
CONTACT
Antony D. Clarke
University of Hawaii
1000 Pope Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822
808-956-6215
tclarke@soest.hawaii.edu
http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/HIGEAR/
SPECIFICATIONS
Manufacturercustom
Dimensionsabove rack mount unit about 7" high plus 19" in rack heater system
Weightabout 40kg w/ pump
Power Source Type110 VAC, 400W w/ pump
Inlet Apertures
Heating/Cooling Requirementsnone
Airspeed/Altitude Requirementspressures above 200mb
Operators Required1 usually operating other instruements as well
Ground Requirements
Suitable PlatformsC-130, HAIPER, ship, ground
Data Systemrack mount PC
Measured Parameterparticle size and volatility
Measurement Techniquelight scattering and thermal volatility
Operational Modecontinuous
Time Resolutionsingle particle capability but commonly 1Hz data stored
Horizontal Resolution
Other Resolution
Precision
Accuracy
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Calibration Method
Limitations
REFERENCES
Clarke, A. D. "A Thermo-optic technique for in-situ analysis of size-resolved aerosol physicochemistry", Atmos. Env., 25A, 3/4, 635-644, 1991 72. Clarke, A. D., V. N. Kapustin, Y. Shinozuka, S. Howell, B. Huebert, S. Masonis, T. Anderson, D. Covert, R. Weber, J. Anderson, H. Zin, K.G. Moore II, C. McNaughton; Size-Distributions and Mixtures of Black Carbon and Dust Aerosol in Asian Outflow: Physio-chemistry, Optical Properties, Jour. Geophys, Res., 109, D15S09, doi:10.1029/2003JD004378, 2004.
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3 Sep 2009 13:47