COMPARISON OF AMBIENT ODOR ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES IN A CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT

@inproceedings{Henry2011COMPARISONOA,
  title={COMPARISON OF AMBIENT ODOR ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES IN A CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT},
  author={Christopher Henry and Dennis D. Schulte and Steven J. Hoff and Larry D. Jacobson and Ann M Parkhurst},
  year={2011}
}
This article compares results of using dynamic triangular forced-choice olfactometry (DTFCO), the Mask Scentometer, the Nasal Ranger, and an odor intensity reference scale (OIRS) to assess odors in a controlled-environment chamber in the Iowa State University Air Dispersion Laboratory. The methods were used to assess 13 odor levels in the chamber. Swine manure mixed with water was used to vary the odor levels. DTFCO did not correlate well to the other ambient odor assessment methods. Predicting… CONTINUE READING

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