AIVC - Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre

Search form

EBC

You are here

Home  |  sulphur dioxide

Pollutant and pollutant concentrations encountered in various indoor environments.

Moschandreas D.J., 1983
air quality | carbon-monoxide | formaldehyde | nitrogen oxides | pollutant | sulphur dioxide | organic compound | ozone
Bibliographic info: ASHRAE Trans.1983 vol.89 pt.1B p.451-461 4 figs. 2 tabs. 18 refs. #DATE 01:12:1983 in English
Languages: English

Reviews the present state of knowledge of indoor pollutant concentrations, their time dependence and their relationship with indoor sources, energy conserving measures and indoor activity patterns. Pollutants of primary concern are organic compounds, respirable suspended particulates, nitrogen dioxide and allergens. Assesses knowledge of carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, radon and infectious agents. Reviews typical concentrations of carbon monoxide, asbestos, mineral fibres, ozone and sulphur dioxide in residences. Concludes that a systematic assessment of indoor air quality is warranted.


Related publications

The application of Metal Oxide Semiconductor (MOS) sensors measuring Volatile Organic C
Jakub Kolarik, Nadja Lynge Lyng, Jelle Laverge,
Setting sustainable urban development goals and developing energy efficient solutions f
INIVE eeig,
AIVC Literature List 35 is linked to the topics of “building & ductwork airtightnes
AIVC,