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Indoor air quality and occupational exposures at a bus terminal

El-Fadel M, El-Hougeiri N, 2003
ventilation rate | indoor air quality | measurement | model | pollutant
Bibliographic info: Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, 2003 Jul ; 18(7) , pp 513-522
Languages: English

This article is a study of the air quality at a bus terminal. Presence and concentration of indoor air quality indices were determined by field surveys and sampling. Bus emission rates, occupational exposure and ventilation requirements to have a correct indoor air quality were simulated by mathematical model.

The results show that the natural ventilation rates are too low for having a good indoor air quality, and that pollutants emission varies with the temperature.

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