Ground Validation of the Third Generation JPL Electronic Nose

Paper #:
  • 2008-01-2044

Published:
  • 2008-06-29
Citation:
Ryan, M., Shevade, A., Kisor, A., Manatt, K. et al., "Ground Validation of the Third Generation JPL Electronic Nose," SAE Int. J. Aerosp. 1(1):193-200, 2009, https://doi.org/10.4271/2008-01-2044.
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8
Abstract:
The Third Generation ENose is an air quality monitor designed to operate in the environment of the US Lab on the International Space Station. It detects a selected group of analytes at target concentrations in the ppm regime at an environmental temperature range of 18 - 30 °C, relative humidity from 25 - 75% and pressure from 530 to 760 torr. The abilities of the device to detect ten analytes, to reject confounders as “unknown” and to deconvolute mixtures of two analytes under varying environmental conditions has been tested extensively in the laboratory. Results of ground testing showed an overall success rate for detection, identification and quantification of analytes of 87% under nominal temperature and humidity conditions and 83% over all conditions.
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