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|Statement||Committee on Testing and Evaluation of Standoff Chemical Agent Detectors, Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology, Division on Earth and Life Studies, National Research Council.|
|LC Classifications||UG447 .N33434 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 53 p.|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||2004296427|
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However, testing the effectiveness of biological standoff detection systems is difficult because open-air field tests with biological warfare agents are not permitted under international conventions. In addition, the wide variety of environments in which detectors might be used may affect their performance.
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Testing of Commercially Available Detectors against Chemical Warfare Agents: Summary Report 1. INTRODUCTION Inresponding to Public Law -the Department of Defense (DOD) formed the Domestic Preparedness Program.
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The Joint Service Lightweight Standoff Chemical Agent Detector is a small, fully-automatic, standoff chemical agent detector. The unit is capable of on-the-move, real-time detection from either. Realistic testing of chemical and biological defense systems requires an actual warfare agent.
But use of such an agent is restricted to laboratory containment chambers, which are not realistic. EPA /R/ August Technology Evaluation Report.
Testing and Evaluation. of Handheld Toxic Industrial Chemical Detectors. chemical agent simulants at stand-off di stances of ~ m on several different su rfaces at varying c oncentration levels, but not down to sensitivity lev el required for military reco nnaissance.
Summary of Temperature and RH Conditions for Testing RH (%) 20 50 (±5) 80 (±5) Temperature (°C) 8 (±3) ~ X ~ 22 (±3) X X X 35 (±3) ~ X X Chemical Interferences Table lists the six chemical mixtures or compounds used to test the interference response of the handheld chemical detectors: latex paint fumes, ammonia cleaner, air.
detector for standoff detection of chemical agent clouds. All known chemical warfare agents (CWA) and critical Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TIC) are monitored, detected and identified automatically.
This system, built to exacting Military Standards, can be mounted on a File Size: 2MB. is known as the Joint Chemical Agent Detector (JCAD). The LCD is shown in Figure 4. Sensor control and data downloads were performed using its RS interface port. For flight testing using simulants the sensor’s firmware was modified to enable detection of methyl salicylate (MES), which is typically used in field testing.
Figure 4. formulations, standoff chemical detection, chemical-biological agent water monitoring, chemical point detectors with Toxic Industrial Chemical/Toxic Industrial Material/New Threat Agent capabilities, and biological agent identifiers and triggers.
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The Joint Service Lightweight Standoff Chemical Agent Detector (JSLSCAD) is a lightweight, passive, standoff chemical agent detector. The JSLSCAD will increase warﬁghter protection and maneuver unit combat capabilities through enhanced early warning for contamination avoidance.
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McKone, Beverly M. Huey, Edward Downing, Laura M. Duffy. He has served on several National Research Council committees, including the Committee on Assuring the Safety of the Defense Department’s Mail, the Committee on Testing and Evaluation of Standoff Chemical Agent Detectors, and the Subcommittee on Manufactured Vitreous Fibers, and he is currently a member of the Standing Committee on Risk.
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Spectrum Photonics Inc. has been awarded a $16, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for advanced development of a portable system for real-time standoff detection and identification of trace chemical residues on surfaces using active infrared spectroscopy at a meter range. In measurements of chemical agent simulants and actual chemical agents during a 2 week period, the MRLS successfully detected and identified chemical agent simulants at standoff distances of ~ m on several different surfaces at varying concentration levels, but not down to sensitivity level required for military reconnaissance by: 2.
Properties of chemical warfare agents 7 Detection of chemical warfare agents 9 Existing equipment 9 Estimation of gas concentrations from liquid vaporization 9 3 Technologies for standoff detection 12 Techniques using an active laser 13 Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy 13 Raman spectroscopy 14File Size: KB.
Scientists testing new detector for chemical agents As the threat of terrorism and the use of chemical and biological agents increase, new detectors are being developed that may help weapons. The ideal detection system for threat agents, whether these threats are explosives, chemical and biological agents, or illicit drugs, would possess high sensitivity (i.e., be capable of detecting threats present only at trace levels), be able to discern a threat amidst a real world background, possess a standoff capability, be straightforward Cited by: 8.
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Some standoff methods focus on chemical identification to detect explosives, breakdown products, and/or other precursors. Other standoff methods—including imaging, which relies on video.
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