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A METHOD FOR QUANTIFICATION OF MINERAL DUST IN AIR BASED ON OPTICAL ABSORPTION OF PARTICLES CONCENTRATED BY A VIRTUAL IMPACTOR AND A DEVICE PERFORMING THE SAID METHOD
Luka Drinovec, Griša Močnik, IASONAS STAVROULAS, SPIROS BEZANTAKOS, Michael Pikridas, FLORIN UNGA, JEAN SCIARE, patent

Opis: The present invention belongs to the field of devices and methods for measurement of particle concentration, more precisely to the field of devices and methods for quantification of particles based ontheir physical characteristics, especially with the use of optical means. The invention relates to a method for determination of ambient mineral dust concentration based on optical absorption of particles concentrated by a virtual impactor as well as a device performing the said method. The method comprises the following steps: sampling air samples with particle size smaller than 1 mum (PM1) andsampling air samples with particle size up to 10 mum; concentrating the samples with particle sizes up to 10 mum with a virtual impactor; measuring optical absorption of collected samples at least onewavelength from UV to IR spectre, preferably from 370 to 950 nm, most preferably at 370 nm; subtracting the absorption of the samples with particle size smaller than 1 mum from the absorption of thesample concentrated by the virtual impactor.
Ključne besede: dust, black carbon, aerosol
Objavljeno v RUNG: 07.03.2023; Ogledov: 1251; Prenosov: 0
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A new optical-based technique for real-time measurements of mineral dust concentration in PM10 using a virtual impactor
Luka Drinovec, Jean Sciare, IASONAS STAVROULAS, S. Bezantakos, Michael Pikridas, FLORIN UNGA, Chrysanthos Savvides, Bojana Višnjić, Maja Remškar, Griša Močnik, 2020, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: Atmospheric mineral dust influences Earth’s radiative budget, cloud formation, and lifetime; has adverse health effects; and affects air quality through the increase of regulatory PM10 concentrations, making its real-time quantification in the atmosphere of strategic importance. Only few near-real-time techniques can discriminate dust aerosol in PM10 samples and they are based on the dust chemical composition. The online determination of mineral dust using aerosol absorption photometers offers an interesting and competitive alternative but remains a difficult task to achieve. This is particularly challenging when dust is mixed with black carbon, which features a much higher mass absorption cross section. We build on previous work using filter photometers and present here for the first time a highly timeresolved online technique for quantification of mineral dust concentration by coupling a high-flow virtual impactor (VI) sampler that concentrates coarse particles with an aerosol absorption photometer (Aethalometer, model AE33). The absorption of concentrated dust particles is obtained by subtracting the absorption of the submicron (PM1) aerosol fraction from the absorption of the virtual impactor sample (VIPM1 method). This real-time method for detecting desert dust was tested in the field for a period of 2 months (April and May 2016) at a regional background site of Cyprus, in the Eastern Mediterranean. Several intense desert mineral dust events were observed during the field campaign with dust concentration in PM10 up to 45 μgm
Ključne besede: aerosol absorption, mineral dust, on-line detection, air quality
Objavljeno v RUNG: 20.07.2020; Ogledov: 2712; Prenosov: 0
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