Project: Evaluation Of Sensors to Provide Real-Time Air Quality Information for UTMC Systems

Reference: UTMC28

Last update: 09/09/2003 15:35:43

Objectives

The objective of this project is to carry out calibration of Electro-chemical cells and Solid state conductivity detectors; and to assess their usefulness in real-time monitoring of air pollution.

Description

This project is attempting to find reliable ways to use (cheaper) solid state devices to serve as sensors for monitoring air pollution.

Contractor(s)

Imperial College London
Exhibition Road, London , SW7 2AZ
020 7589 5111

Contract details

Cost to the Department: £29,900.00

Actual start date: 22 July 1999

Actual completion date: 31 March 2001

Publication(s)

Critical review of air quality monitoring technologies for UTMC systems
Author: K Ropkins, R N Colvile
Publication date: 01/11/2000
Source: DfT
More information: http://www.utmc.gov.uk

Evaluation of sensors to provide real-time air quality information for UTMC systems
Author: K Ropkins, D L Ames, R N Colvile
Publication date: 31/10/2000
Source: DfT
More information: http://www.utmc.gov.uk

Departmental Assessment Status: Project completed prior to the implementation of the Departmental publications scheme.