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DIN CEN/TS 17198:2018-10;DIN SPEC 33979:2018-10

DIN CEN/TS 17198:2018-10;DIN SPEC 33979:2018-10

Stationary source emissions - Predictive Emission Monitoring Systems (PEMS) - Applicability, execution and quality assurance; German version CEN/TS 17198:2018

Émission des sources fixes - Systèmes prédictifs de suivi des émissions atmosphériques - Applicabilité, mise en oeuvre et assurance qualité; Version allemande CEN/TS 17198:2018

Emissionen aus stationären Quellen - Systeme zur Bestimmung von Emissionen mittels kontinuierlich überwachter Prozessparameter (PEMS) - Eignung, Anwendung und Qualitätssicherung; Deutsche Fassung CEN/TS 17198:2018

2018-10 /Active
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CEN/TS 17198 (2018-08)

Predictive emission monitoring systems (PEMS) are used for continuous monitoring of emissions at stationary sources as an alternative and/or backup for automated measuring systems (AMS). PEMS define the relationship between a number of characteristic process parameters of an emission source and the corresponding emission concentration. If the characteristic process parameters are continuously monitored it is possible with a PEMS to continuously determine the emission concentration of the emission source. PEMS are deduced using process data and, where required, emission data from the emission source. Using these data the PEMS is modelled. PEMS contains an emissions model and a sensor validation system for quality assurance of incoming process data. PEMS are plant-specific emission monitoring systems and vary as regards to methodology and design: - relational models (emission concentration as a function of one or more process parameters): theoretical or empirical relations that are fitted to a plant-specific emission data set; - nonlinear statistical models, e. g. neural network models, or other multiple regression techniques. This Technical Specification gives requirements for the certification of PEMS software and for the performance and quality assurance for a PEMS to prove suitability for its measuring task and to ensure that the PEMS continues to perform within the specified performance during operation of the PEMS.
Air pollution, Air purification, Air quality, Applicability, Automatic, Definitions, Emission, Emission measurement, Emission measuring instruments, Inspection, Measuring equipment, Measuring instruments, Measuring systems, Performance, Performance tests, Production control, Quality assurance, Quality management, Rating tests, Suitability, Surveillance (approval), Testing
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