Yaglou, C. P., Riley, E. C., Coggins, D. I.
Bibliographic info:
School of Public Health, Dept. of Industrial Hygiene, ASHRAE, Vol No 42, Report No 1031

The work to be described here is an elaboration of Lehmberg's preliminary experiments. The object was to study the general problem of ventilation odours under normal conditions, comparable to those in schoolrooms, offices, homes and the like with the possibility of establishing ventilation requirements for various groups of individuals, including grade school children and adults, under representative winter and summer conditions. Three methods of odor control were studied dealing with personal sanitation, ventilation, and air washing.