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Revaluation of Air Contamination in the Dulles International Airport Terminal Building, Washington, D. C.
NIOSH 1967 Aug:16 pages
Continuous recording tests are made of carbon monoxide concentrations from automotive and diesel exhausts in a room at an airport, using vehicles with idling motors at various places around the airport, to determine the effectiveness of an 8-foot barrier wall and other measures in reducing air contamination. Findings indicate the wall to be insufficient protection, and recommendations are made for relocation of fresh air vents.
Air-contaminants; Toxic-gases; Ventilation-systems; Toxic-gases; Barriers; Transportation-industry; Aerospace-industry;
NIOSH, National Center for Urban and Industrial Health, Report No. TR-45, 16 pages, 29 references
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