PD CEN/TR 15983:2010 - Stationary source emissions. Guidance on the application of EN 14181:2004 – BSI British Standards

PD CEN/TR 15983:2010

Stationary source emissions. Guidance on the application of EN 14181:2004

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PD CEN/TR 15983:2010 Stationary source emissions. Guidance on the application of EN 14181:2004

PD CEN/TR 15983 is a technical report that provides guidance for applying BS EN 14181:2004 Stationary source emissions. Quality assurance of automated measuring systems.

BS EN 14181 specifies procedures for establishing quality assurance levels (QAL) for automated measuring systems (AMS) installed on industrial plants. It should be used for the determination of the flue gas components and other flue gas parameters.

PD CEN/TR 15983 is a useful guidance document for everyone involved in reducing air pollution, air quality and controlling Stationary source emissions.

Contents of PD CEN/TR 15983:
Foreword
Introduction
1 Scope
2 Terms and definitions
3 Symbols and abbreviations
3.1 Symbols
3.2 Abbreviations
4 General guidance on quality assurance and calibration
4.1 General
4.2 Regulatory framework and standards for monitoring
4.3 Roles and responsibilities
5 Application of QAL1
5.1 General
5.2 AMS which are not yet installed at the plant
5.3 AMS which are already installed at the plant
6 Application of QAL2 and AST
6.1 Tasks within QAL2 and AST
6.2 Location and monitoring provisions for AMS
6.3 Management system provisions for AMS
6.4 Specific issues of the functional tests
7 Calibration and validation of the AMS
7.1 Standard reference methods
7.2 Calibration using an SRM
7.3 Low-level clusters
7.4 Peripheral AMS measurements
7.5 Establishing the calibration function and the test of variability
7.6 Data points outside the calibration range
7.7 Calibrating AMS for NOx and TOC
7.8 Significant changes to operating conditions and fuels
7.9 Significant changes to an AMS
8 On-going surveillance and quality assurance of AMS (QAL3)
8.1 The necessity for QAL3
8.2 Choosing control charts
8.3 Zero and span measurements
8.4 Setting parameters for control charts
Annex A (informative) An example of a procedure for determining outliers
Annex B (informative) Alternative approaches for dealing with low-level clusters of emissions
Annex C (informative) kv values
Annex D (informative) Shewhart and EWMA control charts
Bibliography


 




Standard NumberPD CEN/TR 15983:2010
TitleStationary source emissions. Guidance on the application of EN 14181:2004
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date28 February 2010
Withdrawn Date27 July 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 9169:2006, ISO 11095, EN ISO 9001, EN ISO/IEC 17025, EN 14792, EN ISO 14001, EN ISO 10012, ISO 10012:2003, ISO/IEC 17025:2005, EN 15259, 2000/76/EC, EN 12619, ISO 14001:2004, EN ISO 9169, 96/61/EC, EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005, 2001/80/EC, CEN/TS 15675, EN ISO 14956, ISO 14956:2002, ISO 9001:2008, EN 14181:2004, EN 13284-2:2004, EN 15267-3:2007, EN 15267-1:2009
International RelationshipsCEN/TR 15983:2010
DescriptorsChemical analysis and testing, Gas analysis, Flues, Quality assurance systems, Exhaust gases, Emission, Industrial, Industrial air pollutants, Air pollution, Calibration, Measuring instruments, Automatic, Pollutant gases
ICS13.040.40
Title in FrenchEmissions de sources fixes. Guide d'application de l'EN 14181:2004
Title in GermanEmissionen aus stationären Quellen. Leitlinien zur Anwendung der EN 14181:2004
CommitteeEH/2/1
ISBN978 0 580 67970 4
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages48
File Size1.032 MB
Price£240.00


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