Impact of ventilation rate, ozone and limonene on perceived air quality in offices

Summary

Reports on a study to clarify to what extent ozone (O3) and 03/limonene, in interaction with surface materials, have an impact on the perceived air quality in typical low-polluting offices at realistic outdoor air change rates.  Three offices furnished with similar materials and ventilated with charcoal filtered outdoor air were investigated.  Eight environmental conditions with different realistic combinations of air change rate, O3 level and limonene were studied.

Primary Author(s): Afshari A, Ekberg L et al

Source: Indoor Air 2002: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, H Levin, ed., Santa Cruz, California, vol. 2, 285-290, 4 figs., 1 tab., refs.

             BSRIA Abstract Doc 000104357 Abs 20020977

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