Standard test method for determining air leakage rate by tracer dilution.

This test method describes a standardized technique for determining air change rate in buildings under natural meteorological conditions by trace gas dilution

Field study comparisons of constant concentration and PFT infiltration measurements.

The accuracy of tracer gas measurements of building air infiltration rates has been a widely discussed topic. One question that has often come up at past AIVC conferences is the ability of passive methods, such as the Perfluorocarbon Tracer (PFT) method, to accurately measure fluctuation air flow rates. A series of field studies is being conducted to compare the air infiltration measurements of the constant concentration tracer gas (CCTG) and PFT methods and provide recommendations for their proper implementation in the field.