Estimating exposure intensity in an imperfectly mixed room.

  • Mark Nicas
  • Published 1996 in American Industrial Hygiene Association journal


The well-mixed room model is traditionally used to predict the concentration of contaminants in indoor environments. To account for imperfect air mixing, the room supply/exhaust air rate Q is frequently multiplied by a mixing factor m, where 0 < m < or = 1, and an effective ventilation rate QE = m . Q is used in place of Q in the well-mixed room equations… (More)


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