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Effect of reduced building ventilation rates on occupant exposure and response to carbon monoxide.

Lambert W E., Colome S D., 1984
air change rate | air tightness | carbon monoxide | pollutant | theoretical modelling
Bibliographic info: Indoor Air. Vol 5. Buildings, Ventilation and Thermal Climate. Edited by B Berglund, T Lindvall, J Sundell. Swedish Council for Building Research, 1984. 277-285, 7 figs, 7 refs.
Languages: English

In the weatherization of building structures to minimize convective heat loss, the air exchange rate is reduced. Pollutants of indoor origin are retained near the occupants. Further, outdoor pollutants may be concentrated indoors under partic


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