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Indoor air quality control techniques

radon, formaldehyde, combustion products

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Published by Noyes Data Corp. in Park Ridge, N.J., U.S.A .
Written in

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Indoor air pollution -- United States.,
    • Air quality management -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 228-245.

      Statementby W.J. Fisk ... [et al.].
      SeriesPollution technology review,, no. 144
      ContributionsFisk, William J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD883.2 .I528 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 245 p. :
      Number of Pages245
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2383496M
      ISBN 100815511299
      LC Control Number87012281

      Characterization of indoor air pollutants, prediction of indoor air quality levels and indoor air quality control. Solution of design problems. Special emphasis on indoor radon and asbestos problems in US. Text Book: "Indoor Air Quality & Control", by A.L Hines, T.K. Gosh, S.K. Loyalka and innovationoptimiser.com, Jr., PTR Prentice Hall (). It is expected that they can be alternatives to other simple plasma techniques to purify indoor air. In this chapter, a technique for indoor air control by microplasma will be introduced (K. Shimizu et al., , , and a, b, and c).Cited by: 3.

      Nov 19,  · SIMPLE TECHNIQUES FOR AIR QUALITY MEASUREMENT Key to your ability to control these air quality parameters is measurement. A consistent program to monitor and measure indoor air conditions serves to verify that targeted air quality conditions are being met; provide early warning when conditions change, so corrections can be made; and create. DPH has prepared this guidance to prevent/reduce the migration of renovation-generated pollutants into occupied areas and their potential impact on indoor air quality. DPH suggests that the following steps be taken on any renovation project within a public building.

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The quality of the indoor environment in any building complex depends on a number of variables, which include the interactions between the site, climate, building system, construction techniques, and contaminant sources.

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* Tackles the complex environmental issue of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) for industrial hygienists, HVAC engineersCited by: Indoor Air Quality Concerns. Obtain a copy of the EPA booklet, Model Standards and Techniques for Control of Radon in New Residential Buildings, from your state radon office or health agency, your state homebuilders' association, or your EPA regional office.

2 Indoor Air Quality Control Techniques Two main factors govern the concentration of any given pollutant indoors: the source strength of the pollutant and its removal rate.

Residential buildings have various sources of indoor air pollution. People (and their pets) generate carbon dioxide, moisture. odors, and. Indoor Air Quality Contro (Pollution Technology Review) [W.J. Fisk, R.K. Spencer, F.J. Offermann, B. Pedersen, R. Sextro] on innovationoptimiser.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying Author: W.J.

Fisk. @article{osti_, title = {Indoor air quality control techniques: a critical review}, author = {Fisk, W.J. and Spencer, R.K. and Grimsrud, D.T. and Offerman, F.J. and Pederson, B. and Sextro, R.}, abstractNote = {The control techniques discussed in this study were taken into consideration by BPA when expansion of the Residential Weatherization Program was being assessed.

Jan 04,  · This book reviews and evaluates existing indoor air quality control techniques. The indoor air pollutants of most concern are radon, formaldehyde, and certain combustion products - nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and various respirable particles.

Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

equipment, or structure to remedy air quality complaints may create other indoor air quality problems and may impact life-safety systems and energy use.

A thorough understanding of all the factors that interact to create indoor air quality problems can help avoid this undesirable outcome. Consult with professionals as.

Indoor Air Quality Management Plan Adopted from Minnesota Department of Health Model Indoor Air Quality Management Plan June Page 6 of 13 The IAQ Coordinator is prepared to answer parents’ basic questions, as described in Section 2.

Thus, assume that readers are professionals but not necessarily experts in your field. Provide enough introductory material to establish an appropriate background. Indoor Air is a research journal and your manuscript should make clear in what ways the work reported contributes new.

Characteristics associated with indoor air contaminants (IAC) are demonstrated, such as • Particulate matters (PM, PM10) • Radon • Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) • Asbestos • Bio-aerosols, and more Safe exposure levels, resulting health effects, measurement techniques, mitigate and control measures of these IAC are discussed/5(30).

The nature of the indoor air quality problem is described; methods of control or reduction of indoor radon and radon progeny concentrations have been reviewed. These techniques may be categorized as radon source reduction, radon removal, and radon progeny removal.

factor in resulting problems associated with indoor air quality. In a properly constructed building, it is the HVAC system that can most significantly affect the quality and cleanliness of the indoor air.

Therefore, the HVAC technician is the ideal individual to implement Indoor Air Quality improvements in a structure. Clearly, the HVAC. The integrated intelligent control framework presents a new control strategy which integrates indoor-air quality monitoring and control into a real HVAC system.

Compared with the conventional HVAC control systems, the IICF has advantages in simul- taneously improving both energy conservation and Cited by: 1. May 20,  · Indoor environmental index has been developed to identify the quality of indoor air as well as the comfort level of the occupants inside a building.

To achieve this, two separate indices have been developed: indoor air quality index (IAQI) and thermal comfort index (TCI). Both indices are divided into four status categories as shown in Table 2 Cited by: Basics of Indoor Air Quality in the Workplace Some of the most common indoor air pollutants and means to control exposure are discussed in Appendix A of OSHA's "Indoor Air Quality in.

Thus, only about 50 to 70% of the existing buildings qualify as healthy buildings. Two methods and three mechanisms of control are described to achieve "acceptable" indoor air quality: source control and exposure control.

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