Sensor Systems for Environmental Monitoring

Sensor Systems for Environmental Monitoring

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Stringent legislation is forcing manufacturing industry to be aware of the impact its operations have on the environment, in order to control and reduce the affect of those operations. Increasingly sophisticated equipment is required for this monitoring, and development of that equipment and strategies for its use is a multi-disciplinary field involving chemists, analytical scientists and engineers. This volume is divided into two parts, the first introducing the reader to the various sensor systems and illustrating the advantages and disadvantages those systems have for monitoring programmes, and the second introducing the problems associated with environmental monitoring, and showing how the sensors discussed in the first section can be applied to produce a thorough monitoring programme.the waveguide allows overlap of the prism and waveguide modes and hence coupling of light energy from the prism into the waveguide. For this to be achieved, the refractive index of the prism must be higher than that of the waveguide andanbsp;...

Title:Sensor Systems for Environmental Monitoring
Author:Michael Campbell
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 1997


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