The human equation: health and comfort.
NIOSH 1989 Jan; :1-280
This conference on indoor air quality in relation to human health and comfort was sponsored by the Department of Energy; the Environmental Protection Agency; the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute; the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences; and NIOSH. Topics included: sick building syndrome; indoor heating with woodburning stoves; effects of environmental tobacco smoke; air cleaners; hygroscopic materials; case studies on office environments, newer and older homes, school buildings, thermal environment, respiratory diseases in China, and public buildings; methods for determining the supply of outside air; air quality and air infiltration in homes; effects of ventilation on indoor air quality; radon mitigation; air quality models; ventilation system effects on indoor air quality; workplace exposure to environmental tobacco smoke; maintenance effects on sick building syndrome; diesel fume entrainment; and evaluations and calculations resulting from specific investigations.
NIOSH-Contract; Closed-building-syndrome; Office-workers; Workplace-studies; Respiratory-system-disorders; Lung-irritants; Indoor-air-pollution; Air-quality-monitoring; Air-purification; Respiratory-system-disorders; Indoor-environmental-quality
NTIS Accession No.
Proceedings of the ASHREA/SOEH Conference, 1989, San Diego, California, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, NIOSH Purchase Order Report 937393, 280 pages, 473 references