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The development of models for the production of indoor air quality in buildings.

Grot R, Axley J, 1987
indoor air quality | model | prediction
Bibliographic info: 8th AIVC Conference "Ventilation technology research and application" Ueberlingen, West Germany, 21-24 September 1987
Languages: English

The National Bureau of Standards has undertaken a research effort to develop a general air quality simulation program for buildings. At present there exists three computer programs which can be used to analyse interzonal air movements in multizoned buildings and predict the level of contaminants due to a wide variety of contaminants. This paper will introduce the reader to the scientific and mathematical basis of the models, the preparation of building input data for these programs, and the use of the models for both residential and commercial buildings.


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