A review of air exchange rate models for air pollution exposure assessments

@article{Breen2014ARO,
  title={A review of air exchange rate models for air pollution exposure assessments},
  author={Michael S. Breen and Bradley D. Schultz and Michael D. Sohn and Thomas Long and John E Langstaff and Ronald D Williams and Kristin Isaacs and Qing Yu Meng and Casson A Stallings and Luther A. Smith},
  journal={Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={24},
  pages={555-563}
}
A critical aspect of air pollution exposure assessments is estimation of the air exchange rate (AER) for various buildings where people spend their time. The AER, which is the rate of exchange of indoor air with outdoor air, is an important determinant for entry of outdoor air pollutants and for removal of indoor-emitted air pollutants. This paper presents an overview and critical analysis of the scientific literature on empirical and physically based AER models for residential and commercial… CONTINUE READING
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