STP1393

    Air Quality and Comfort in Airliner Cabins

    Nagda NL

    Pages: 294

    Published: 2000

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    This significant, new ASTM publication provides a valuable insight into the numerous issues and challenges associated with air quality in airliner cabins. It examines 15 peer-reviewed papers, written by professionals known worldwide for scientific investigations of the aircraft cabin environment. Specific attention is give to potential causes of adverse health symptoms and discomfort reported in airliners. These concerns include air pollutants such as aldehyedes, bioaerosols, carbon monoxide, ozone, and VOCs, as well as carbon dioxide, cabin barometric pressure, vibration, temperature, and humidity.

    6 sections cover:

    • Cabin Air Quality Measurements

    • Chemicals, Toxicity, and Effects

    • Standards

    • Modeling and Control of Cabin Air Quality

    • Cabin Air Quality and Emerging Issues/Research

    • Relationships between Cabin Environment Factors and Comfort and Health Responses

    This publication will be of interest to: Aircraft Manufacturers

    • Airline Executives

    • Airline Medical Directors

    • Maintenance Engineers

    • Pilots and Flight Attendants

    • FAA and OSHA Personnel

    • Industrial Hygienists

    • Researchers, including Epidemiologists and Toxicologists


    Table of Contents

    Comparison of the Environments of Transportation Vehicles: Results of Two Surveys
    Burge H., Dumyahn T., Muilenburg M., Spengler J.

    The Effect of Recirculation on Aircraft Cabin Air Quality — In-flight Tests and Simulation Study
    Arnold K., Crha S., Patten L.

    Air Quality Measurements on Sixteen Commercial Aircraft
    Chang M., Lam S., Lee S., Li X., Luk F., Poon C.

    Analysis of Two Jet Engine Lubricating Oils and a Hydraulic Fluid: Their Pyrolytic Breakdown Products and Their Implication on Aircraft Air Quality
    van Netten C.

    A Proposed Indoor Air Quality Metric for Estimation of the Combined Effects of Gaseous Contaminants on Human Health and Comfort
    Hollick H., Sangiovanni J.

    Proposed ASHRAE Cabin Air Quality Standard (161P)
    Holcomb L.

    Rationale for Ventilation Rate Requirements in ASHRAE Standard 62-1999 and in Potential Revisions to the Standard
    Persily A.

    Prediction of the Distribution of Indoor Air Quality and Comfort in Aircraft Cabins Using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
    Baker A., Heller M., Taylor M., Winowich N.

    Design of Air Purifiers for Aircraft Passenger Cabins Based on Photocatalytic Oxidation Technology
    Hall R., Hay S., Hollick H., Obee T., Sangiovanni J.

    Air Quality and Comfort Measurement Aboard a Commuter Aircraft and Solutions to Improve Perceived Occupant Comfort Levels
    Fox R.

    The Airplane Cabin Environment: Past, Present and Future Research
    Johnson R., Nagda N., Rankin W., Space D.

    Aircraft Cabin Air Quality: A Critical Review of Past Monitoring Studies
    Li Z., Nagda N., Rector H., Space D.

    Ozone and Relative Humidity in Airline Cabins on Polar Routes: Measurements and Physical Symptoms
    Bagshaw M., Brown R., de Ree H., Simons R.

    Questionnaire Survey to Evaluate the Health and Comfort of Cabin Crew
    Chang M., Lee S., Li X., Luk F., Poon C.

    Passenger Comfort and the Effect of Air Quality
    Nagda N., Rankin W., Space D.


    Committee: D22

    Paper ID: STP1393-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1393-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5441-4

    ISBN-PRINT: 978-0-8031-2866-8

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