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Predicting indoor air pollution levels

Parker G B. et al, 1982
particul | air change rate | air infiltration | air quality | air tightness | caulking | weatherstripping | tobacco smoke | energy conservation | flat | formaldehyde | gas cooking | house | insulation | mobile home | retrofitting | radon | sealing | pollutant | storm window
Bibliographic info: Preprint PNL-SA-10621, CONF-821131-1, DE83 003470, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, USA, Department of Energy 1982, 10pp, 1fig #DATE 00:00:1982 in English
Languages: English

Describes methods of predicting concentration levels of indoor air pollution in a variety of residences by using residence air infiltration rates, residence volumes, and source terms, and by making assumptions about occupant lifestyle and poll


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