The damage of kitchen oil fume to the human body and environment cannot be ignored. Based on laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), five kitchen environments are online in situ detected, including the air scene, fry scene, grill scene, steam scene, and stew scene. In the spectra, characteristic elements such as C, H, O, and N are detected in the fry scene containing oil fume, and metal elements such as Mg, Ca, K, and Na are observed in the grill scene containing charcoal smoke. The spectra of five kitchen environments are tested and compared. In the measurement, except for the air scene, obvious carbon–nitrogen molecular spectral lines are detected. LIBS is combined with principal component analysis and backpropagation artificial neural network system to detect and analyze kitchen fumes. Finally, five kitchen scenes are analyzed and identified based on this system, and the final recognition accuracy is 98.60%.
Online in situ detection of kitchen environment based on laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy
Note: This paper is part of the Special Collection: Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy.
Dongpeng Tian, Zhongmou Sun, Enlai Wan, Wentao Zhou, Ziang Chen, Yuzhu Liu; Online in situ detection of kitchen environment based on laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. J. Laser Appl. 1 August 2022; 34 (3): 032011. https://doi.org/10.2351/7.0000700
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