Provides you with both the underlying theory and examples of practical applications of models. 20 peer-reviewed papers discuss:
interactions between sources and sinks of indoor air pollution
problem areas related to model validation and their solutions
application of models to evaluate ventilation performance and indoor air quality implications of proposed indoor space designs
design and assessment of natural ventilation strategies and prediction of smoke movement
use of models to predict formaldehyde and radon concentrations
development and use of models to predict human exposures to toxic contaminants such as benzene.
In three sections: modeling and measuring sources and sinks; model validation and application; and modeling of exposures.
Emission of Volatile Organic Compounds from a Vinyl Floor Covering
Clausen P., Laursen B., Nielsen P., Rasmusen E., Wolkoff P.
Small Closed-Chamber Measurements for the Uptake of Trichloroethylene and Ethanol Vapor by Fibrous Surfaces
Andelman J., Borrazzo J., Davidson C.
Critique of the Use of Deposition Velocity in Modeling Indoor Air Quality
Gadgil A., Nazaroff W., Weschler C.
Sorption Transport Models for Indoor Air Quality Analysis
Axley J., Lorenzetti D.
Modeling of Indoor Air Quality for a Personal Computer
Ensor D., Sparks L., Yamamoto T.
The Practical Application of Indoor Airflow Modeling
Jones P., Waters R.
Simulation and Evaluation of Natural Ventilation in Residential Buildings
Fail A., Mahdavi A., Panzhauser E.
Modeling Individual Exposure from Indoor Sources
Sparks L., Tichenor B., White J.
Modeling of Indoor and Outdoor Exposures and Risk from Outdoor Benzene Emissions in Los Angeles
Anderson G., Rosenbaum A.
Development of a Model for Indoor Air Pollutant Exposure Distributions
Evans W., Jenkins P., Koontz M., Nagda N.
Modeling of Human Exposure/Dose to Benzene
Behar J., Blancato J., Pandian M., Thomas J.
Paper ID: STP1205-EB