TEOM

AcronymDefinition
TEOMTaxe d'Enlèvement des Ordures Ménagères (French: Tax Collection of Household Waste; France)
TEOMTapered Element Oscillating Microbalance
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The sampling period at each site depended on the number of filters available, the start date of sample collection, and how often TEOM filters were changed by station managers throughout the year, which is typically every 4 to 6 wk.
Currently, SALWEB contains products from 11 satellite sensors, 3 dust models, ground-based lidar, and an assortment of TEOM instruments.
The reason of the underestimation might be that the TEOM measurements for [PM.sub.2.5] should be considered as lower limits because of volatilization of soluble organic carbon species in the drying stages of the measurement [13].
Thirdly, the relationship to TEOM instrument and linearity of sensor responses were assessed.
PM emissions sampling followed the same setup used for the diesel experiments consisting of the AVL MSS and TEOM, as shown in Figure A-3 of the Appendix.
W innej publikacji tego samego autora przedstawiono stezenie masowe czastek (TEOM), ktore wynosilo 18-280 [micro]g/[m.sup.3] dla [PM.sub.1], 14-113 [micro]g/[m.sup.3] dla [PM.sub.2,5] i 40-340 [micro]g/[m.sup.3] dla [PM.sub.10] [26].
Various explanations could be put forward, including a risk of deposit in the TEOM, particularly in the vertical tube placed upstream of the balance or the fact that the quartz fiber filters for total carbon measurement could adsorb condensable gaseous organic carbon (OC), pumped from the outside air or evaporated from the pump, connecters, and tubing.
[PM.sub.2.5] measurement by TEOM underestimates [[PM.sub.2.5]] at lower temperatures, causing a conservative bias in our estimates.
Instrumentation for collecting data with tapered element oscillating microbalances (TEOM) may grossly over estimate [PM.sub.10] particulate emissions compared to gravimetric samplers (Vega et al.
The PM values were determined with Rupprecht & Patashnick TEOM 1400a Ambient Particulate Monitor.
The TEOM Personal Dust Monitor (PDM) is a miniaturized, battery-operated tool that provides real-time respirable dust exposure information, allowing miners to carry out their shifts with the assurance that respirable dust exposure will not exceed regulatory limits.
Protest group New Bilton Against Tyre Burning are calling for Rugby Cement bosses to install a sophisticated TEOM monitor, which registers pollution levels, in Avenue Road, Rugby.