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DOI 10.1016/j.matpr.2016.03.060
Title (Primary) Inverse calibration routine for linear soil gas sensors
Author Neumann, P.P.; Ebert, S.; Lazik, D.; Bartholmai, M.
Source Titel Materials Today: Proceedings
Year 2016
Department BOPHY
Volume 3
Issue 4
Page From 1074
Page To 1078
Language englisch
Keywords Linear sensor; distributed sensor; subsurface monitoring; gas storage areas; membrane-based gas sensing; calibration
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Abstract Gas sensors in linear form based on the measuring principle of gas selective permeability through a membrane were developed and introduced for the detection and quantification of gas concentrations. A current field study focuses on measuring CO2 concentrations for a spatially distributed monitoring of subsurface CO2 gas storage sites in near real time. A 400 m2 test site and a corresponding laboratory system were built up to characterize, validate, and optimize the sensor. A calibration routine was developed, which can be applied subsequently to underground installation. First measurement results indicate the potential of the method.
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Neumann, P.P., Ebert, S., Lazik, D., Bartholmai, M. (2016):
Inverse calibration routine for linear soil gas sensors
Materials Today: Proceedings 3 (4), 1074 - 1078 10.1016/j.matpr.2016.03.060