Air Change Rates of Motor Vehicles and In-Vehicle Pollutant Concentrations from Secondhand Smoke

Document Type: 

Journal Article

Release Date: 

July 2007

Full Citation: 

Ott WR, Klepeis NE, and Switzer P. (2007) Air Change Rates of Motor Vehicles and In-Vehicle Pollutant Concentrations from Secondhand Smoke. Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology. In Press.

Description: 

This article describes a series of tracer gas experiments designed to measure vehicle air exchange rates for a variety of speeds, window positions, and ventilator functions. Experiments were also conducted to measure real-time particles from secondhand smoke in cars across various conditions.

Authors: 

Wayne R. Ott, Neil E. Klepeis, Paul Switzer

Affiliation: 

Stanford University, Department of Statistics

Sponsor: 

Flight Attendant Medical Research Institute (FAMRI)

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Copyright by authors; free for personal or educational use.

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