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Los Alamos National Laboratory Research Quarterly, Spring 2003
Guarding the Air We Breathe
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Simulation of BASIS Plots window.

Simulation of BASIS Plots window. Plotted parameters for air samplers 34 and 36 provide a running historical record of filter flow rates, door status, and communication status since their startup. In addition, real-time airflow and temperature data are displayed in the left bar graphs. Red and yellow lines on the bar graphs indicate alert thresholds. At the top, eight tabs provide single-click access to different data windows.

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