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Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (1997) 6 (3): 160–167.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
... individual workstations are studied. The results show that for displacement ventilation and wall jet diffusers, with the exhaust opening placed on the wall opposite to the supply opening, arranging chambers in the central area of the office may be better. When the exhaust opening is placed on the same wall...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (1997) 6 (5): 301–308.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
... or of their effectiveness, quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Carbon dioxide Ventilation Acid balance Respiration Phosphate...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (1997) 6 (6): 350–357.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
... M.Y. Chan J. Burnett W.K. Chow Department of Building Services Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Kowloon, Hong Kong Personal Exposure to Carbon Monoxide in Underground Car Parks in Hong Kong 1604520 Key Words Car park Carbon monoxide Personal exposure Exposure risk Ventilation...
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Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (1996) 5 (1): 34–43.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
...Nick Parine This paper investigates the effect ventilation has on the sensory evaluation of indoor air quality by occupants and visitors, both trained in air quality evaluation and untrained, during three separate periods in a London office building. Results from the study suggested that trained...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (1996) 5 (5): 263–269.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
...Claire E. Aizlewood; Gary J. Raw; Nigel A. Oseland This paper provides a discussion on the use of the olf and the decipol. The validity of using these units to determine ventilation rates and compare pollution emission rates is discussed, in relation to their derivation and theoretical basis...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (1996) 5 (2): 99–105.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
...S.C. Sekhar; K.W. Tham; S.E. Lee The problems associated with poor indoor air quality may in most cases be attributed to poorly designed and poorly performing ventilation systems. The problems in a mechanically air-conditioned building are compounded if the building is fairly air tight and depends...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (1996) 5 (4): 205–211.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Wall-mounted combination boilers Top burners LPG Nitrogen oxides Ventilation Environment J.-V Martin Zorraquino V. del Campo Diaz R. Garcia San José Thermal Motor...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (1997) 6 (4): 241–249.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
... of energy for heating and/or cooling rises with the effectiveness of ventilation. There is thus a link between the concentration of pollutants overall in the air and the concentration of pollutants in the breathing zone. The consequence of this is that air quality and the efficient use of energy conflict...
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Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (2002) 11 (6): 340–350.
Published Online: 05 February 2003
.... Measurements were taken both when the mechanical ventilation system was operating and when it was not operating. Simple source apportionment analysis was conducted based on a simplified materials balance equation to identify sources of the indoor VOC accumulation and their contributions from building material...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (2002) 11 (6): 334–339.
Published Online: 05 February 2003
... Indoor air pollution Outdoor air pollution Ventilation Noise Air handling unit Original Paper Indoor Built Environ 2002;11:334 339 DOI: 10.1159/000068234 Accepted: October 17, 2002 Indoor Air Quality in an Air-Conditioned Building in New Delhi and Its Relationship to Ambient Air Quality R.K...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (2002) 11 (1): 38–43.
Published Online: 24 June 2002
... received remediation advice from radon researchers, and a single contractor carried out the reduction measures. Remediation in nine of the houses was principally by installing an internal sump, in another by installing an external sump, in one by ventilating the crawl-space under the house, and one house...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (2001) 10 (3-4): 179–184.
Published Online: 21 February 2002
... pollutants were measured at different time intervals throughout the day. Vehicular emission factors (EFs) were estimated using the EMFAC7F1.1 model. A transient mass balance model was then applied to construct concentration profiles. The ventilation rates required to maintain pollutant concentrations within...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (2001) 10 (3-4): 266–270.
Published Online: 21 February 2002
... quality monitoring Ventilation Air pollution Indoor environment Building, health standard 21 2 2002 Monitoring Indoor Air for Health Assessment Original Paper Indoor Built Environ 2001;10:266 270 Accepted: September 5, 2001 The Quality of the Air in Our Buildings Claire Vitel University...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (2001) 10 (3-4): 160–166.
Published Online: 21 February 2002
...Stephen K. Brown A ‘healthy house’ was constructed in Sunbury, a suburb north of Melbourne, Australia, in early 1998. It was designed with a tight building envelope to minimise air infiltration and a ducted mechanical ventilation (and heat recovery) system providing a minimum ventilation rate...
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Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (2001) 10 (2): 70–82.
Published Online: 28 September 2001
... (EFs) were estimated using the EMFAC7F1.1 model. A transient mass balance model was then applied to construct concentration profiles. The ventilation rates required to maintain pollutant concentrations within acceptable standards were estimated under maximum UPF occupancy, and a sensitivity analysis...
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Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (2000) 9 (6): 325–334.
Published Online: 08 June 2001
... fluid dynamics (CFD) for modelling PDEC. It describes the modelling techniques used and application to investigate the performance of a hypothetical office building in Seville. From the CFD analysis it is concluded that: (i) CFD is invaluable for analysing the ventilation performance of PDEC buildings...
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Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (2000) 9 (5): 284–290.
Published Online: 01 March 2001
... to in the content or advertisements. Passive downdraught evaporative cooling Energy Ventilation 1 3 2001 Original Paper Indoor Built Environ 2000;9:284 290 Accepted: November 1, 2000 Passive Downdraught Evaporative Cooling I. Concept and Precedents N.T. Bowman H. Eppel K.J. Lomas D. Robinson...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (2000) 9 (2): 75–86.
Published Online: 28 November 2000
...T.R. Dix Many ventilation systems fail to meet the expectations of the occupants, despite the level of knowledge available to aid their construction, including best practice and good design criteria. This paper looks at how a ventilation system should be designed, installed and maintained in order...
Journal Articles
Indoor and Built Environment (2000) 9 (1): 17–27.
Published Online: 04 September 2000
... of nosocomial pathogens. To combat this problem there are a number of engineering control strategies, such as the use of ultraviolet germicidal irradiation and advanced ventilation techniques, which can be used. This paper outlines the ‘state of the art’ in air disinfection, and reviews recent research work...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Public Health
Indoor and Built Environment (2000) 9 (1): 44–51.
Published Online: 04 September 2000
... that symptoms of SBS were significantly higher among occupants of buildings with mechanical ventilation than those of the naturally ventilated buildings. Among personal factors assessed, there were generally consistent findings associating increased symptoms with age and female gender. The results also revealed...