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Feasibility of using fiber optics for monitoring groundwater contaminants

Feasibility of using fiber optics for monitoring groundwater contaminants

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information, distributor] in Las Vegas, NV, [Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiber optics.,
  • Groundwater -- Pollution -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementThomas Hirschfeld ... [et al.].
    ContributionsHirschfeld, Thomas., Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory (Las Vegas, Nev.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[2] p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17665804M

    A review is made of the potential and problems of using fiber optics for mine monitoring systems. Methane detection is based on differential absorption of infrared light. A methane monitor is described that can detect concentrations as low as pct as far away as 2 km via fiber optic cable. The upper range is vol pct methane. In the last two decades, a significant number of innovative sensing systems based on optical fiber sensors have been exploited in the engineering community due to their inherent distinctive advantages such as small size, light weight, immunity to electromagnetic interference (EMI) and corrosion, and embedding capability. A lot of optical fiber sensor-based monitoring systems Cited by:

    This Special Issue will include research on surface water and groundwater monitoring via different assessment methods, focusing on the recent advancement in water quality monitoring (i.e., contaminants of emerging concern CECs in surface water, groundwater salinization, isotopes, etc.), the use of innovative water monitoring technologies for in. Summary. This highly comprehensive, introductory book explains the basics of structural health monitoring aspects of composite structures. This book serve as an all-in-one reference book in which the reader can receive a basic understanding of composite materials, manufacturing methods, the latest types of optical fiber sensors used for structural health monitoring of .

    A very simple pH sensor is described which is suitable for in-situ measurement of groundwater. It uses fiber optics to transmit and receive light to and from a sensor which is based on the use of bleed-proof pH paper. The typical components for a single channel cost around 20 : Roderick J. Lynch, Malcolm D. Bolton. Home» Feasibility of High-Resolution Site Characterization and Remediation Monitoring Using Tracers. Feasibility of High-Resolution Site Characterization and Remediation Monitoring Using Tracers. Steven L. Bryant. Contamination of groundwater by NAPLs is a widespread problem. Typically, however, the location of NAPL contaminant sources is.


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The Feasibility of using fiber optics for monitoring groundwater contaminants Author: Thomas Hirschfeld ; Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory (Las Vegas, Nev.). The feasibility of using fiber optics for monitoring groundwater contaminants: VI, Mechanistic evaluation of the Fujiwara reaction for detection of organic chlorides: Quarterly technical report.

Feasibility of soil moisture monitoring with heated fiber optics in excess of 10, m in length at high temporal frequency has afforded many important opportunities in environmental monitoring [e.g demonstrated the feasibility of using the thermal response to the diurnal temperature cycle of buried fiber optic cables for Cited by: The report contains the results of the initial feasibility study for a research program undertaken to develop the technology needed to use fiber optics for monitoring groundwater contaminants.

The technology appears especially well suited to the requirements of detection monitoring where a few indicator parameters can be measured continuously. @article{osti_, title = {Performance specifications for technology development: Application for characterization of volatile organic compounds in the environment}, author = {Carpenter, S E and Doskey, P V and Erickson, M D and Lindahl, P C}, abstractNote = {This report contains information about technology development for the monitoring and remediation.

Structural Monitoring with Fiber Optic Technology is the firs single author book on the new field of fiber optic structural sensing. As such it provides: coverage of the fundamentals of the technology, a coherent and systematic discussion on the most important aspects of the subject, a broad view of the subject, while retaining a degree of Cited by:   The present work describes the testing and application of a low cost plastic optical fiber sensor on the monitoring of groundwater levels.

Two sensors with different grove depth (½ and ¼ of the core thickness) and a resolution of 20 cm along 2 m of the optical fiber were produced and by: The report contains the results of the initial feasibility study for a research program undertaken to develop the technology needed to use fiber optics for monitoring groundwater contaminants.

New geophysical methods are required for monitoring hydrologic processes at the catchment and larger scales, and for quantifying fluxes between groundwater and surface water. Fiber-optic distributed temperature sensing (FO-DTS) is an emerging technology that has promise for characterizing estuary-aquifer and stream-aquifer interaction and for.

future enhancements such as Fiber to the Home (FTTH). This initial study will expand on the information areas above as well as provide a rough installation path recommenda-tion, iber lighting & maintenance, and some initial costs and numbers which should be expanded through a more in-depth economic impact study.

Washington State Telecommunica-File Size: 1MB. Hirschfeld, T. Deaton, P. Milanovich and S. Klainer, The Feasibility of Using Fiber Optics for Monitoring Groundwater Contaminants, EPA Report ADF-2A (). Google Scholar (2).Cited by: 1. Monitored Natural Attenuation of Inorganic Contaminants in Ground Water Volume 1 - Technical Basis for Assessment Edited by Robert G.

Ford Richard T. Wilkin Robert W. Puls U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development National Risk Management Research Laboratory Ada, Oklahoma Project Officer Robert G.

Ford. The feasibility of using fiber optics for monitoring groundwater contaminants, EPA Report ADF-2A Kirkbright, G.F., R. Narayanaswamy and N.A. Welti, Fibre optic pH probe based on the use of an immobilised colorimetric by: This study will prove the feasibility of using this newly discovered TCE indication in an optical fiber cladding sensor to detect low levels of TCE.

The successful results will lead to the development of cost-effective, robust, sensitive, distributed TCE sensors for.

Chan K., Ito H., Inaba H., Optical remote monitoring of methane gas using low-loss optical fiber link and indium gallium arsenide phosphide light-emitting diode in mm region, Appl. Phys. Lett. ; Cited by: EPA/ January •. A GUIDE TO THE SELECTION OF MATERIALS FOR MONITORING WELL CONSTRUCTION AND GROUND-WATER SAMPLING by Michael J.

Barcelona James P. Gibb Robin A. Miller Illinois State Water Survey Department of Energy and Natural Resources Champaign* Illinois EPA No. CR Project Officers / Marion. Feasibility Of Using Fiber Optics For Monitoring Groundwater Contaminants Tomas Hirschfeld, Terrence Deaton, Fred Milanovich, Stanley Klainer.

Book 1, Collection of Water Data by Direct Measurement Guidelines for the Use of the Semipermeable Membrane Device (SPMD) and the Polar Organic Chemical Integrative Sampler (POCIS) in Environmental Monitoring Studies Chapter 4 of Section D, Water Quality Book 1, Collection of Water Data by Direct Measurement U.S.

Department of the InteriorCited by: Click Here for Full Article Feasibility of soil moisture monitoring with heated fiber optics Chadi Sayde,1 Christopher Gregory,1 Maria Gil‐Rodriguez,2 Nick Tufillaro,1 Scott Tyler,3 Nick van de Giesen,4 Marshall English,1 Richard Cuenca,5 and John S.

Selker1 Received 12 February ; revised 18 February ; accepted 29 March ; published 5 June Feasibility of Using Fiber Optics for Monitoring Ground-water Contaminants, EPA/EMSL, JanuaryPB Contains results of initial feasibility study for research program to develop technology to use fiber optics for monitoring groundwater contaminants.

Fibre Optic Methods for Structural Health Monitoring is an invaluable reference for practising engineers in the fields of civil, structural and geotechnical engineering. It will also be of interest to academics and undergraduate/graduate students studying civil and structural by:   A secondary objective was to conduct one groundwater and two vapor sampling events to comply with ADEC requirements.

Bethel prepared and executed a work plan that described in detail groundwater and vapor sampling events.

Groundwater sampling included low-flow sampling of 18 monitoring wells using both submersible and bladder style pumps.Fiber Optics Technique for Quality Control and Monitoring of FRP Installations by V.

Antonucci, M. Giordano, and A. Prota Synopsis: Advantages such as light weight, high mechanical properties and resistance to aggressive and chemical agents, non invasive installation, low tooling andCited by: 3.