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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH DEPARTMENT OF UV RADIATION SPECTRORADIOMETRY, METHODS AND MEANS OF MONITORING THE EXPOSURE OF UV RANGE OPTICAL RADIATION

Conduction of fundamental and applied research in the field of UV radiation spectroradiometry using synchrotron radiation

Heads

Head of Department Sergey Anevskiy Doctor, Prof.

Head of Laboratory Olga Minayeva Doctor, Prof

Main activities

  • Fundamental and applied research and R&D works in the field of metrology for the purpose of developing methods of creation and improvement of the precision measuring instruments used in spectroradiometry and radiometry of incoherent optical radiation of ultraviolet (UV) range
  • Spectroradiometery of UV radiation using synchrotron radiation

Main objectives

  • Solving the problems of applied radiometry
  • Development of spectroradiometry methods and measuring instruments
  • Reproduction and maintenance of the physical quantity unit sizes and their transmission to the secondary and working standards supervised by the metrological services
  • Participation in international comparisons
  • Development and improvement of state secondary and working standards, working measuring instruments for types of measurements assigned to the SRD
  • Participation in the testing and verification of measuring and control instruments for types of measurements assigned to the SRD
  • Development of regulatory technical documents on methods of verification of measuring and control instruments
  • Development and metrological examination of measurement techniques and tests
  • Analysis of the state of metrological support for types of measurements assigned to the SRD

Department Standard base

State primary standard of spectral radiance, spectral irradiance and spectral radiant intensity units within the wavelength range of 0.001 - 0.400 micrometers GOST 8.197-2003

GET 84-2011

Designed for reproduction, maintenance and transmission of the size of spectral radiance, spectral irradiance and spectral radiant intensity units within the wavelength range of 0.001 - 0.400 micrometers

State primary standard of radiant flux and irradiance units within the wavelength range of 0.001 - 0.400 micrometers GOST 8.552-2001 SSEUM

GET 162-2010

Designed for reproduction, maintenance and transmission of the size of radiation flux and irradiance units within the wavelength range of 0,001-0,400 micrometers


Delivered equipment

Argus Multi-channel radiometer

Argus multi-channel universal radiometer (included in the State Register of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus) is designed for all kinds of optical measurements necessary for the examination of working conditions and certification of work places.

Argus-01 Light meter

Argus-01 light meter is designed for measuring illumination produced by natural light and different sources of artificial light.

Argus-02 Brightness meter

Argus-02 brightness meter is designed to measure the brightness of extended objects.

Argus-03 Nonselective radiometer

Argus-03 nonselective radiometer is designed to measure the energy characteristics of optical radiation in the infrared region of the spectrum.

Argus-04 UV radiometer

The device is designed to measure the irradiance of ultraviolet radiation of xenon and fluorescent (UV-A) lamps of such types as LUF, DKsSh or similar ones within the spectral range of UV-A from 0.315 ..... 0.4 micrometers.

Argus-05 UV radiometer

Argus-05 UV radiometer is designed to measure the irradiance of UV radiation in the spectral range from 0.28 ... 0.315 micrometers.

Argus-06 UV radiometer

The device is designed to measure the irradiance of UV radiation in the spectral range from 0,200 ..... 0.280 micrometers.

Argus-06/1 UV radiometer-dosimeter

Argus-06/1 UV radiometer-dosimeter is designed to measure the irradiance of UV radiation in the spectral range from 0.2 ... 0.28 micrometers.

Argus-07 Light meter-pulsemeter

The device is designed to measure the illumination produced by natural light and different sources of artificial light and ripple factor of artificial lighting radiation.

Argus-12 Light meter, brightness meter

The device is designed to measure the illumination produced by natural light and different sources of artificial light, and brightness of luminous objects.

Developed methods and documents

  • Methods of measuring the absolute spectral sensitivity of radiation receivers within the wavelength range of 10 ... 30 nm. FR.1.37.2010.08527. S.A.22 / 01.00276-2008
  • Methods of measuring the absolute spectral sensitivity of radiation receivers within the wavelength range of 0.03 ... 0.126 microns. FR.1.37.2010.08528. S.A.23 / 01.00276-2008
  • Methods of measuring the absolute spectral sensitivity of radiation receivers withn the wavelength range of 0,126 ... 0,400 m. FR.1.37.2010.08529. S.A.24 / 01.00276-2008
  • Methods of measuring the radiation flux and irradiance within the wavelength range of 10 ... 30 nm. FR.1.37.2010.08530. S.A.25 / 01.00276-2008
  • Methods of measuring the radiation flux and irradiance in the wavelength range of 0.12 ... 0.20 mm. FR.1.37.2010.08531. S.A.26 / 01.00276-2008
  • Methods of measuring the coefficient of specular reflection within a wavelength range of 10 ... 30 nm. FR.1.37.2010.08532. S.A.27 / 01.00276-2008
  • Methods of measuring the coefficient of specular and diffuse reflection within the wavelength range of 0.03 ... 0.20 mm. FR.1.37.2010.08533. S.A.28 / 01.00276-2008
  • Methods of measuring the spectral transmittance within the wavelength range of 10 ... 30 nm. FR.1.37.2010.08534. S.A.29 / 01.00276-2008
  • Methods of measuring the radiance and the radiation power within the wavelength range of 07 ... 10 nm. FR.1.37.2010.08535. S.A.30 / 01.00276-2008
  • Methods of measuring the radiance and the radiation power within the wavelength range of 10 ... 30 nm. FR.1.37.2010.08536. S.A.31 / 01.00276-2008
  • Methods of measuring the radiance and radiation power within the wavelength range of 0.03 ... 0.126 microns. FR.1.37.2010.08537. S.A.32 / 01.00276-2008
  • SSEUM. Illuminance, irradiance, brightness, radiance within the wavelength range of 0.4 ... 1.1 m. Measurement technique (method) FR.1.37.2011.09963. S.A.03 / 11-01.00276-2008