John A. Glissmeyer

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The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory characterized the performance of sampling locations for two radionuclide air-sampling systems that continuously monitor radioactive air emissions from research and development facilities. The testing was conducted to determine whether sampling system locations would meet the criteria for uniform air velocity and(More)
A planned laboratory space and exhaust system modification to the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Material Science and Technology Building indicated that a new evaluation of the mixing at the air sampling system location would be required for compliance to ANSI/HPS N13.1-2011. The modified exhaust system would add a third fan, thereby increasing the(More)
Tests were conducted to verify that new air monitoring systems at Hanford air exhaust stacks met the Draft HPS/ANSI N13.1 performance criteria developed for air sampling systems at nuclear facilities.(‘) The standard’s performance criteria address both the suitability of the air sampling probe location and the sample transport to the collection devices. The(More)
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