Comparison of Geometrical Layouts for a Multi-Box Aerosol Model from a Single-Chamber Dispersion Study

@inproceedings{Jensen2018ComparisonOG,
  title={Comparison of Geometrical Layouts for a Multi-Box Aerosol Model from a Single-Chamber Dispersion Study},
  author={Alexander Christian {\O}sterskov Jensen and Miikka Dal Maso and Antti J Koivisto and Emmanuel Belut and Asmus Meyer-Plath and Martie van Tongeren and Araceli Sánchez Jiménez and Ilse Lilian Tuinman and Maid{\'a} Domat and J Toftum and Ismo Kalevi Koponen},
  year={2018}
}
Models are increasingly used to estimate and pre-emptively calculate the occupational exposure of airborne released particulate matter. Typical two-box models assume instant and fully mixed air volumes, which can potentially cause issues in cases with fast processes, slow air mixing, and/or large volumes. In this study, we present an aerosol dispersion model and validate it by comparing the modelled concentrations with concentrations measured during chamber experiments. We investigated whether… CONTINUE READING
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