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The correction for nonuniform mixing in indoor microenvironments
|Statement||David T. Mage, Wayne R. Ott.|
|Contributions||Ott, Wayne., United States. Environmental Protection Agency.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
The ratio is obtained by dividing the mass concentration in each microenvironment by the time spent in the microenvironment. The ratios are estimated to be , and for indoor, outdoor and in-vehicle microenvironments, respectively. The in-vehicle mass-to-time ratio is found to be doubled compared to the indoor by: 1. Energies is an international peer-reviewed open access semimonthly journal published by MDPI. Please visit the Instructions for Authors page before submitting a manuscript. The Article Processing Charge (APC) for publication in this open access journal is CHF (Swiss Francs). Submitted papers should be well formatted and use good English.
Clifford W. Bassett, M.D., FACAAI, FAAAAI, is the founder and medical director of Allergy and Asthma Care of New York. He serves on the faculty of the New York University School of Medicine and the Weill Cornell Medical College, and is a clinical assistant professor of medicine and otolaryngology at SUNY Health Sciences Center in : Penguin Publishing Group. A meta-analysis from found that correction for either air or traffic noise pollution did not change the association of the other with respect to CVD outcome. 60 However, the association between road traffic noise and CVD disappeared after adjustment for air pollution (and vice versa) in some of the studies. 61,62 This illustrates that the Cited by:
Introduction. Airborne bacteria in the indoor environment are the confirmed or presumed causative agents of several infectious diseases, and their components are linked to the development and exacerbation of chronic respiratory illness including asthma,,,,,.These associations are important in industrialized countries and in cities of emerging nations where people spend at least 85% of Cited by: By adopting this definition, the number of microenvironments used in a study is kept manageable, while existing local variabilities in concentrations can still be taken into account. Microenvironments typically used to determine exposures include indoor residential microenvironments, other indoor locations (typically occupational microenvironments), outdoors near roadways, other outdoor locations, and .
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Summary and Conclusion Our analysis of the literature concerning the correction for nonuniform mixing by use of a mixing factor, m. 1, shows that this concept is not appropriate on theoretical grounds. It was derived originally as a safety factor to account for the existence of poorly ventilated compartments in a multicompartment setting.
Get this from a library. The correction for nonuniform mixing in indoor microenvironments. [David T Mage; Wayne R Ott; United States. Environmental Protection Agency.]. The Correction for Nonuniform Mixing in Indoor Microenvironments, EPA//A/ Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park.
The modeling of the indoor concentration distribution produced by sources and sinks of pollutants is complicated by nonuniform mixing in a building or large room. Accounting for nonuniform mixing and human exposure in indoor microenvironments. In: Characterizing Sources of Indoor Air Pollution and Related Sink Effects (TichenorAuthor: N E Klepeis.
Answer to A cm-long thin rod has the nonuniform charge density λ(x)=(3nC/cm)e−∣∣x∣∣/(cm), where x is measured fro.
• ADPI is essentially a measure of the degree of mixing in zones served by overhead cooling systems. • When air distribution is designed with a minimum ADPI of 80% the probability of vertical temperature stratification or horizontal temperature non-uniformity is low and conformance with ASHRAE Standard 55 (Thermal Comfort) requirements is high.
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Publications. Selected publications. A nonuniform modulated complex lapped transform (NMCLT) is introduced in this paper as a two-stage extension of the modulated complex-lapped transform (MCLT). The NMCLT is a new nonuniform oversampled filter bank with a better combination of time and frequency-domain localization than previous designs.
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On the other hand, three passive samplers were used for outdoor monitoring at each site. Both of indoor and outdoor air monitoring was carried out parallel to each other.
All indoor measurements were carried out at 25 °C and mm Hg. For the selected BTEX compounds, the uptake rate of the diffusive sampler was supplied by the by: We also evaluated how much the accuracy of nephelometer-derived concentrations improved after applying: (1) a median correction factor derived from a subset of 44 gravimetric samples, (2) participant-specific correction factors derived from one same from each subject, and (3) correction factors predicted using linear models based on other variables recorded during the by: 6.
Sampling details for indoor air and dust are given in Thuresson et al. (in press). In brief, indoor air (gas and particle phase) samples were collected during the heating season (March–April; October–November) of from different microenvironments in Stockholm, Sweden, using a low volume active sampler (Östman et al., ).
Sampling Cited by: In order to investigate a specific area of short-term, non-occupational, human exposure to fine particulate air pollution, measurements of personal exposure to PM in transport microenvironments were taken in two separate field studies in central London, by: This chapter addresses several chemical pollutants with respect to their sources, concentrations, and indoor-outdoor relationships.
In addition, with the aim of characterizing the general quality of the indoor environment, it considers temperature, humidity, unwanted sound, and electromagnetic radiation, such as the radiofrequency, infrared, visible, ultraviolet, and x-ray portions of the.
Overall, the air pollution sensors showed high reproducibility (mean R‾2=, min–max: –) and excellent agreement with standard instrumentation (mean R‾2=, min–max: –0. concentration in indoor air Detector is deployed for 2 to 7 days.
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Measure short-term or long-term radon concentration in indoor. Moreover, students passed the remainder of the day in other outdoor or indoor microenvironments—primarily at home—where the indoor PM concentrations were likely to be high.
With respect to long-term exposure, the collected data were not directly comparable with the 1-year values recommended for PM and PM 10 (10 µg/m 3 and 20 µg/m 3 Cited by: Air Pollution and Global Warming is exceptionally well-written and presented.
This is an ideal text to introduce students to the chemistry and physics of Earth's atmosphere. This accessible textbook provides a practical understanding of chemistry and physics applied to atmospheric science topics, and to the nature, causes and consequences of Cited by: For both periods, the bias corrections for indoor and outdoor were similar (R 2 > ).
The bias corrections (ranging from to with mean value ofTable 1) were applied to the data after the LOD correction and prior to the by:.
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