1 edition of Sensory evaluation of diesel exhaust odors found in the catalog.
Sensory evaluation of diesel exhaust odors
by U.S. National Air Pollution Control Administration; for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., Washington in Raleigh, N.C
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Amos Turk [and others]|
|Series||National Air Pollution Control Administration publication ;, no. AP-60|
|LC Classifications||TD881 .U55 no. AP-60, RA577.A9 .U55 no. AP-60|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 67 p.|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||71606733|
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[Amos Turk] Print book: English: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects. SELECTION AND TRAINING OF JUDGES FOR SENSORY EVALUATION OF THE INTENSITY AND CHARACTER OF DIESEL EXHAUST ODORS Amos Turk, Ph.
Professor, Department of Chemistry The City College of the City University of New York Prepared under Public Health Service Contract No. PH 27 66 96 U.S.
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE Public. During a typical diesel odor evaluation, the exhaust is di-luted by a factor of and piped to sniffing ports or funnels. A set of bottles containing 28 diesel odor reference chemicals are used.8 Four sets, with four bottles in each, are used to characterize the intensities of smoky-burnt, oily, pungent.
Author(s): Turk,Amos; National Center for Air Pollution Control (U.S.) Title(s): Selection and training of judges for sensory evaluation of the intensity and character of diesel exhaust odors.
Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Cincinnati: National Center for Air Pollution Control, An olfactory hallucination (phantosmia) makes you detect smells that aren't really present in your environment. The odors detected in phantosmia vary from person to person and may be foul or pleasant.
They can occur in one or both nostrils. The phantom smell may seem to always be present or it may come and go. the building, vehicle exhaust may spread upwind over large sections of the building surface (Ratcliff et al. Garbage containers may also be a source of odors, and garbage trucks may emit diesel exhaust with strong odors.
Kitchen Cooking Hoods. Kitchen exhaust can be a source of odors and cause plugging and corrosi on of heat exchangers. Sensory Evaluation of the Intensity and Character of Diesel Exhaust Odors.” USPHS Pub. #AP lV. An instrument, device, or technique designated by the Colorado Air Pollution Control Division may be used in the determination of the detectability of an odor.
The odor testing is part of an odor study at the wastewater treatment facility. The purpose of the Odor Study is to compare odors from various processes at the facility.
Therefore, the Study's protocol requires a sample of exhaust air from the pretreatment building scrubber under "normal" operating conditions.
The sensory and chemical attributes that are revealed in this study are nevertheless a good foundation for further investigations. The sensory profiling of the marine oils was conducted by nine trained assessors.
In addition, the six marine oil expert. Diesel engine exhaust emissions This is a web-friendly version of leaflet INDG Health and Safety Executive Diesel engine exhaust emissions have the potential to cause a range of health problems. This leaflet is a short guide for employees to the hazards posed by the emissions, and describes the precautions that employers and individuals can.
Refine Your Search. Industry Industry. Automotive 2. Sensory Evaluation of the Intensity and Character of Diesel Exhaust Odors." USPHS Pub. #AP Code of Colorado Regulations 2 lV. An instrument, device, or technique designated by the Colorado Air Pollution Control Division may be used in the determination of the detectability of an odor and may be used as a guide in the.
Environmental odors can come from many sources: Animals: Confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs) Human activities: Compost, sewage, garbage, fires, household cleaning agents Industry: Oil refineries, landfills, paper mills, wastewater treatment plants Nature: Moist soil, gardens, fires Vehicles: Diesel exhaust.
Diesel Exhaust/Diesel Particulate Matter Diesel engines provide power to a wide variety of vehicles, heavy equipment, and other machinery used in a large number of industries including mining, transportation, construction, agriculture, maritime, and many types of manufacturing operations.
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The volumes can be purchased individually, as a section (at a 25% discount) or as the complete 80+ volume set (at a 50% discount). Diesel engine exhaust emission characteristics vary considerably with the overall design of the combustion and fuel injection systems.
Emission measurements were made on total hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and smoke. The. Complaints of odor nuisance have become more frequent in communities surrounding areas with high concentrations of livestock.
This increase in complaints from livestock odors parallels increased complaints of odor in general, including ammonia, diesel exhaust.
A program of research on diesel smoke and odor was sponsored by the U.S. Public Health Service by contract with Southwest Research Institute. A test facility was developed in which full-scale trucks and buses were operated on a chassis dynamometer through operating modes that yielded maximum exhaust smoke and odor.
The disadvantages of sensory odor evaluation are well known. The screening and training of judges, and the use of an odor panel in the field or in the laboratory, are cumber- some and time-consuming procedures, and they often yield widely scattered results. Reckner and R. Squires, "Sensory evaluation of diesel exhaust odors.
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Diesel engine exhaust and lung cancer mortality: time-related factors in exposure and risk. Prah JD. equivalence of sensory responses to single and mixed volatile organic compounds at equimolar concentrations.
Environ Health Perspect. ; – [PMC free article] [Google Scholar] Pronk A, Coble J, Stewart PA. Occupational exposure to diesel engine exhaust: a literature review. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol.Foreign May have odor and/or flavor that is not commonly associated with milk.
Often “chemical” in nature. Depends on causative agent; sanitizers, detergents, exhaust fumes, cow medications, citrus fruits, etc. Chloro-phenol compounds may give “medicinal” or “bandage-like” flavor.
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