Indoor concentrations of airborne pollutants can be characterized using simple mass balance models.
Wayne R. Ott
Neil E. Klepeis
This project aims to characterize indoor concentrations of pollutants through measurement and modeling. Indoor environments include detached homes, apartments, offices, bars, restaurants, etc. Specific efforts focus on monitoring, source characterization, ventilation, particle deposition, and indoor-outdoor pollutant transport.
Mass Balance Equation
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