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|Title: ||Coarse particle transport in a partitioned room|
|Authors: ||Aydin, M|
Miguel, A. F.
Reis, A. H.
|Keywords: ||Indoor enclosure|
|Issue Date: ||Jul-2006|
|Citation: ||M. Aydin, A. F. Miguel, A. H. Reis (2006) Coarse particle transport in a partitioned room. Proceedings of the 2006 IASME Int. Conf. on Energy, Environment, Ecosystems & Sustainable Development, Athens, Greece, 306-310|
|Abstract: ||In modern society, people spend most of their time indoor and are constantly exposed to particles. Indoor particles have multiple origins from outdoor soil dust, building materials, to occupants and their activities.
Knowledge of transport and deposition of these particles in indoor environments is important in addressing questions concerning occupational exposure, associated health risks and also implementing cleaning strategies. In this work, the movement of particles is investigated considering airflow patterns, particle properties and source positions in a model room.|
|Appears in Collections:||FIS - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings|
CGE - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings
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