Field Evaluation of Diesel Particulate Matter Using Portable Elemental Carbon Monitors

  title={Field Evaluation of Diesel Particulate Matter Using Portable Elemental Carbon Monitors},
  author={Sam Janisko and James D. Noll},
Regulations on worker exposure to diesel particulate matter (DPM) are becoming increasingly stringent in the mining industry. Due to the complexity and unpredictability of this aerosol, there is a need for new tools to help mines develop an effective strategy to reduce DPM concentrations. To address these needs, NIOSH has developed a portable elemental carbon monitoring device for use in underground mines. These instruments are compact and capable of measuring elemental carbon concentrations in… CONTINUE READING


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