Monitoring of Total Volatile Organic Compounds and Particulate Matter in an Indoor Environment

@article{Gaur2018MonitoringOT,
  title={Monitoring of Total Volatile Organic Compounds and Particulate Matter in an Indoor Environment},
  author={M. Gaur and K. Bhandari and A. Shukla},
  journal={Current Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={115},
  pages={1787}
}
CURRENT SCIENCE, VOL. 115, NO. 9, 10 NOVEMBER 2018 1787 *For correspondence. (e-mail: manishagaur.crri@gmail.com) levels was 35, 19 and 10 kg/m wood equivalent respectively. Ignition source in the form of gasoline-soaked polyurethane basket of size 0.15 m × 0.15 m × 0.3 m corresponding to fire load of 21.12 MJ was used. Initial ventilation was provided at ground floor by opening a single glass panel (1200 × 400 mm), whereas no ventilation was provided in the first and second floors. Table 1… Expand

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