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GB/T 14675-1993: Air quality. Determination of odor. Triangle odor bag method

This Standard specifies the determination method for the odor concentration of odor source exhaust and ambient air samples by human olfactory organ. This Standard applies to the determination of the odor concentration of gas samples emitted in different forms from all kinds of odor sources and ambient air samples. The samples include samples containing only one odor substance and complex odor samples containing two or more odor substances.
GB/T 14675-93 (GB/T 14675-1993)
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
UDC 614.718. 543.92
Z 15
GB/T 14675-93
Air quality - Determination of odor -
Triangle odor bag method
ISSUED ON. OCTOBER 27, 1993
IMPLEMENTED ON. MARCH 15, 1994
Issued by. State Bureau of Environmental Protection; State Bureau of
Technical Supervision.
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Table of Contents
1 Subject content and scope of application ... 3
2 Terms ... 3
3 Principle ... 4
4 Reagents, materials and apparatus ... 4
5 Panel ... 6
6 Samples ... 6
7 Determination of samples ... 7
8 Result calculation ... 9
9 Precision and accuracy ... 11
10 Precautions ... 12
Additional information... 13
Air quality - Determination of odor ?€?
Triangle odor bag method
GB/T 14675-93
1 Subject content and scope of application
1.1 This Standard specifies the determination method for the odor concentration of odor source exhaust and ambient air samples by human olfactory organ.
1.2 This Standard applies to the determination of the odor concentration of gas samples emitted in different forms from all kinds of odor sources and ambient air samples. The samples include samples containing only one odor substance and complex odor samples containing two or more odor substances.
1.3 The determination method in this Standard is not restricted by species, number of species, concentration range and proportion of ingredients contained of odor substances.
2 Terms
2.1 Odor concentration
Odor concentration is the indicator of quantified size of odor determined by olfactory organ test method. The dilution factor, applied when the odor sample is diluted with odorless clean air to panel?€?s threshold value, is called odor concentration. 2.2 Odor threshold value
Odor threshold value includes the sensory threshold value that can be used to sniff the presence of odor and the identification threshold value that can determine the odor characteristics. What used in this Standard is sensory threshold value. 2.3 Panel
Those who are qualified after being selected through special exam and trained, taken as the panel required for the determination by the method in this Standard. Figure 3 -- Exhaust sampling apparatus
A - vacuum box; B - sampling bag; C - gas pump; D - sample gas conduit; E - valve 4.7 Sniffing room.
4.7.1 The sniffing room shall be away from the place where emits odor. The indoor shall be able to be ventilated and the temperature is kept at 17 ~ 25 ??C. It shall be able to contain at least 6 ~ 7 panel members at the same time.
4.7.2 It shall set up a separate gas preparation room.
4.8 Syringes. 100 mL, 50 mL, 10 mL, 5 mL, l mL and 100 ??L.
5 Panel
5.1 Panel
The panel member shall be 18 ~ 45-year-old male or female, no smoking and without olfactory organ disease, passing the olfactory detection. If no special circumstances, they can undertake panel work for three consecutive years.
5.2 Olfactory detection and panel selection
The olfactory detection must be carried out in the sniffing room. The examiner immerses one end of the three pieces of odorless paper among five pieces of odorless paper into 1 cm of the odorless liquid, and immerses the other two pieces of odorless paper into 1 cm of one kind of standard odor liquid, and then places the five pieces of paper in parallel at a distance from each other. If the people under examination can correctly identify the paper with odor liquid, exam them using another four kinds of standard odor liquids according to the above method. People who can identify the paper with five kinds of odor liquids can be the member of the panel.
6 Samples
6.1 Collection of odor samples in exhaust cylinder
For odor emitted from the exhaust pipe (cylinder), the odor sample is collected according to the sampling method of Figure 3. When the temperature of exhaust is high, the sampling conduit shall be water cooled or air cooled so that the temperature of the gas entering the sampling bag is close to normal temperature. When sampling, it shall determine the timing of sampling and inflation rate according to the survey results of exhaust conditions, to ensure that the collected gas samples are representative. Before sampling, fill the sampling bag three times with the determined gas.
6.2 Sampling of environmental odor
6.2.1 Vacuum treatment of sampling bottle
In the laboratory, the bottle is evacuated to a pressure of minus 1.0 ?? 105 Pa in the bottle with vacuum exhaust treatment system.
6.2.2 Sampling and sample storage
When sampling, open the sampling bottle?€?s stopper, and plug the stopper after the sample gas is filled into the sampling bottle until the pressure is the atmospheric pressure. The sampling bottle is transported to the laboratory while being protected from the light, and it shall be determined in 24 hours.
7 Determination of samples
7.1 Dilution and determination of emission source odor samples
For high-concentration odor samples of organized and unorganized emissions collected in sampling bags and sampling bottles, dilute and determine as follows. 7.1.1 After the sampling bottles for collecting gas samples are transported to the laboratory, remove the large stopper on the bottle and quickly insert a 10-L polyester liner bag having the stopper with a ventilation pipe into the bottle. Use a syringe to extract the gas in the sampling bottle at the small stopper to prepare gas bags for sniffing, fill the indoor air through the ventilation pipe of the large stopper into the liner bag, and the pressure inside the sampling bottle shall maintain the same. 7.1.2 The panel composed of six members is ready for sniffing in the odorless room. The panel shall not carry and use spices and cosmetics with odor, and shall not eat foods with pungent odor. The panel member suffering from a cold or discomfort of olfactory organ shall not participate in the determination of the day.
7.1.3 The dilution gradient of high-concentration odor samples is shown in Table 2. where. M - the average correct answer rate of the panel;
a - the number of correct answers;
b - the number of unknown answers;
c - the number of incorrect answers;
n - the total number of answers (18 times).
1.00, 0.33, 0 - the statistical weight coefficient.
7.2.6 Correct answer rate analysis and M value comparison test
7.2.6.1 When the M value is greater than 0.58, the dilution factor of the odor sample is continued to be increased with a 10-fold gradient, and repeat the test and calculation of 7.2.3, 7.2.4 and 7.2.5 until M1 and M2 are obtained.
7.2.6.2 M1 is the value when the average correct answer rate of a certain dilution factor is less than 1 and greater than 0.58. M2 is the value when the average correct answer rate of a certain dilution factor is less than 0.58.
7.2.6.3 When the average correct answer rate of the first-level 10-fold dilution sample is less than (or equal to) 0.58, the sample is not diluted and sniffed anymore, and the sample odor concentration is expressed as ?€?< 10?€? or ?€?= 10?€?.
8 Result calculation
8.1 Calculation of determination result of pollution source odor
8.1.1 Summarize the result of each panel member to the answer record form; the correct answer for each member each time is expressed as ?€?0?€?, and the incorrect answer is expressed as ?€????€?. The answer record form is shown in 8.3.
8.1.2 Calculate the individual odor threshold value Xi.
where. a1 - the maximum dilution factor of individual correct answer;
a2 - the dilution factor of individual incorrect answer
8.1.3 After discarding the maximum and minimum values of the individual odor threshold value in the panel, calculate the arithmetic mean threshold value (X) of the panel.
8.1.4 Calculation of sample odor concentration (y).
where. y - the sample odor concentration;
X - the arithmetic mean threshold value of the panel.
8.2 Calculation of determination result of environmental odor
Calculate the odor concentration of the environmental odor sample according to the M1 and M2 values obtained in the 7.2.6 test.
where. Y - the odor concentration;
t1 - the dilution factor when the average correct answer rate of the panel is M1; t2 - the dilution factor when the average correct answer rate of the panel is M2. 8.3 Calculation example
8.3.1 An example of record form and calculation of determination results of pollution source odor is as follows.
(the odor index is 10 times the logarithm of odor concentration), the repeatability standard deviation is 2.4, and the repeatability relative standard deviation is 5.6 %; the reproducibility standard deviation is 2.7, a...

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