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IAQ 92, October 19-21, 1992, San Francisco, California, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, In Atlanta, Georgia, 1993 Jan; :1-460
This symposium concerned indoor air quality and its effects on workers and residents in buildings. The major topics covered included: environmental criteria and indoor air, state of the art in indoor air investigations, bioaerosols, volatile organic compounds, ventilation, and building operation and maintenance. Study topics included the development of threshold limit values, indoor air quality guidelines, building and room factors, domestic indoor climate in Sweden, nasal hyperreactivity, sick building syndrome, engineering components, quality control, building diagnostics, asbestos (1332214), radon (10043922) migration, seasonally enhanced radon indoors, modeling benzene (71432) evaporative emissions, vehicle emissions, microbial flora, fungi, dust mites and cat dander, insulation materials, humidity control, respiratory symptoms, particulate polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, environmental tobacco smoke, urinary cotinine, local exhaust ventilation, fume hoods, airvests, formaldehyde (50000) emission from wallboard, field measurements, ammonia (7664417) sources, carbon-dioxide (124389) levels, light sheet illumination and digital image processing techniques, combustion air pollutants, legal implications, preventive maintenance, day care centers, and multi story office buildings.
Air-quality-monitoring; Indoor-air-pollution; Closed-building-syndrome; Office-workers; Air-sampling; Ventilation-systems; Tobacco-smoke; Combustion-products; Pollutants; Organic-compounds; Indoor-environmental-quality
1332-21-4; 10043-92-2; 71-43-2; 50-00-0; 7664-41-7; 124-38-9
IAQ 92, October 19-21, 1992, San Francisco, California, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, In Atlanta, Georgia, 460 pages, 678 references
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