Research on Laser Absorption Spectrum Detection Technology for CO2 and NH3 Regional Emission

YING HE, BO-QIANG FAN, MENG-QI LI, YU-JUN ZHANG, KUN YOU, HAO XIE, DONG-QI YU, BO-EN LEI, XIAO-YI LI, JIAN-GUO LIU, WEN-QING LIU

Abstract


High-sensitivity emission monitoring of CO2 and NH3 in farmland region is very important for analyzing environment and climate change. The on-line detection technology was studied based on open-path tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy technology (OP-TDLAS). The detection spectrum of open path was extracted to realize accurate concentration inversion by designing the multi-line fitting algorithm. The system detection stability was evaluated by Allan variance that the detection limit of NH3 and CO2 were about 0.048 L/L and 4.31 L/L respectively. The detection experiment was carried out in farmland of north Anhui to prove that both of the fertilization and straw returning to the field were the emission source of CO2 and NH3 from soil. The growth effect of the former was slower but higher than that of fertilization. This stable spectrum detection method can obtain large-scale concentration results and clear emission rules, which provide technical support for the environment-friendly agriculture

Keywords


Spectrum detection, Laser absorption spectroscopy, Multi-line fitting, Farmland emission.Text


DOI
10.12783/dteees/peems2019/34004

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