Computational Fluid Dynamics

October 2012
DHHS (NIOSH) Publication Number 2012-175
cover image for 2012-175

Exposure to hazardous air contaminants affects an estimated 35 million United States workers. Computational Fluid Dynamic provides a practical, efficient, and cost effective means of investigating air contaminant exposure and evaluating prevention strategies. The technique can supplement traditional methods such as air sampling and basic ventilation calculations.

Page last reviewed: November 15, 2014