Analysis of multivariate stochastic signals sampled by on-line particle analyzers

Application to the quantitative assessment of occupational exposure to NOAA in multisource industrial scenarios (MSIS)

J. M López De Ipiña, C. Vaquero, C. Gutierrez-Cañas, D. Y H Pui

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In multisource industrial scenarios (MSIS) coexist NOAA generating activities with other productive sources of airborne particles, such as parallel processes of manufacturing or electrical and diesel machinery. A distinctive characteristic of MSIS is the spatially complex distribution of aerosol sources, as well as their potential differences in dynamics, due to the feasibility of multi-task configuration at a given time. Thus, the background signal is expected to challenge the aerosol analyzers at a probably wide range of concentrations and size distributions, depending of the multisource configuration at a given time. Monitoring and prediction by using statistical analysis of time series captured by on-line particle analyzersin industrial scenarios, have been proven to be feasible in predicting PNC evolution provided a given quality of net signals (difference between signal at source and background). However the analysis and modelling of non-consistent time series, influenced by low levels of SNR (Signal-Noise Ratio) could build a misleading basis for decision making. In this context, this work explores the use of stochastic models based on ARIMA methodology to monitor and predict exposure values (PNC). The study was carried out in a MSIS where an case study focused on the manufacture of perforated tablets of nano-TiO2 by cold pressing was performed.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number012003
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Volume617
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - May 26 2015
Event4th International Conference on Safe Production and Use of Nanomaterials, NANOSAFE 2014 - Grenoble, France
Duration: Nov 18 2014Nov 20 2014

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