STP Published: 1993

Modeling of Indoor Air Quality and Exposure

Editor(s): N L Nagda

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.

Table of Contents

PA Clausen, B Laursen, P Wolkoff, E Rasmusen, PA Nielsen

GA Keating, TE McKone

JE Borrazzo, CI Davidson, JB Andelman

DJ Eatough

JE Dunn, T Chen

WW Nazaroff, AJ Gadgil, CJ Weschler

JW Axley, D Lorenzetti

Z Guo

JR Girman

T Yamamoto, DS Ensor, LE Sparks

K Klobut

P Jones, R Waters

E Panzhauser, A Mahdavi, A Fail

E Panzhauser, A Mahdavi

CP Wray, GK Yuill

AK Persily

LE Sparks, BA Tichenor, JB White

AS Rosenbaum, GE Anderson

MD Koontz, WC Evans, NL Nagda, PL Jenkins

JV Behar, JN Blancato, MD Pandian, J Thomas

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Developed by Committee: D22
Pages: 312
DOI: 10.1520/STP1205-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5251-9
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1875-1