Low relative humidity and aircraft cabin air quality.

@article{Nagda2001LowRH,
  title={Low relative humidity and aircraft cabin air quality.},
  author={Niren L. Nagda and Michael Hodgson},
  journal={Indoor air},
  year={2001},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={200-14}
}
Mucosal irritation remains a common complaint among travelers and flight attendants in aircraft cabins. Despite the fact that very low humidity is routinely encountered, few studies of its effects have been conducted in the cabin environment. The authors reviewed chamber and field studies in the experimental literature to explore whether there is an association and, if so, at what level it was likely to be present. Subjects who participated in prior research were not always able to perceive low… CONTINUE READING
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