Luftverschutzung, Air pollution, nitrogen compounds, Stickoxxde, Abgas, exhaust gases, carbon particle, Russpartikel, greenhouse effect, Treibhausgaseffekt

Detecting Carbon and Nitrogen Compounds

Combustion Processes

Turning chemical energy into a mechanical energy is mainly done in a thermal process. Within this process carbon and nitrogen compounds are exhausted. Those gas compounds contribute with a significant amount to the greenhouse effect and air pollution with micron carbon particles. The development of high efficient combustion process reduces the toxic exhausts, due to high sophisticated feed-back-loop engine control systems resulting in less need of fuel. Unfortunately, not every combustion process is monitored easily because of difficult accessibility.

Climate matters

Mobility is very important for people and economics. We take a plane, a car, a train, a ship, or any other vehicle to move from A to B. In the same way, we heat up houses with fossil fuel. The above mentioned have an emission and contribute to air pollution with micro particles. We know that carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide changes the climate globally. Thus, efficient reduction of these gas-compounds is necessary, and it begins at the source of emission. Read more here.

Rascope’s approach

Rascope technology enables measuring low concentrations of above mentioned gases with a high resolution. Rascope’s technology can be used by looking at the burning process directly with the optical-probe. This enables incorporate feed-back to controlling combustion processes. This efficient and high accurate measurements create new opportunities in mobility.

Your benefits at a glance:

  1. Measurement onto the flame of a combustion process
  2. Monitoring combustion gases in ppb level
  3. Independent temperature and pressure measurement
  4. In-line enables active feed-back-loop