EPA Method 1


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EPA Method 1:
SAMPLE AND VELOCITY TRAVERSES FOR STATIONARY SOURCES

Summary:
This method is designed to aid in the representative measurement of pollutant emissions and/or total volumetric flow rate from a stationary source. A measurement site where the effluent stream is flowing in a known direction is selected, and the cross-section of the 183 stack is divided into a number of equal areas. Traverse points are then located within each of these equal areas.

Scope:
The purpose of the method is to provide guidance for the selection of sampling ports and traverse points at which sampling for air pollutants will be performed pursuant to regulations set forth in this part. Two procedures are presented: a simplified procedure, and an alternative procedure (see Section 11.5). The magnitude of cyclonic flow of effluent gas in a stack or duct is the only parameter quantitatively measured in the simplified procedure.

Report Number:
520/5-84-006

Date Issued:
8/1/1994

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