IndoorOutdoor Ultrafine Particles in 50 Residences in Edmonton, Canada
Lance Wallace, Amanda Wheeler, Jill Kearney, Marie-Ève Héroux, Keith Van Ryswyk, Fay Li and Warren Kindzierski. (2011). IndoorOutdoor Ultrafine Particles in 50 Residences in Edmonton, Canada. 12th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate 2011. Curran Associates, Inc..
|Authors||Lance Wallace, Amanda Wheeler, Jill Kearney, Marie-Ève Héroux, Keith Van Ryswyk, Fay Li and Warren Kindzierski|
Ultrafine particles (UFP) were measured every minute in 50 randomly selected Edmonton homes per season for 7 consecutive days in winter and summer 2010. Mean indoor number concentrations of 9500 (SE 800) cm3 were about 40% higher than mean outdoor concentrations of 6700 (SE 200) cm3. Winter mean values were higher than summer means by about 10% (indoor) and 20% (outdoor). A major indoor source was cooking. The mean deposition rate was 0.84 (SE 0.03) h1. Mean air exchange rates were 0.30 (SE 0.01) h1 in winter and 0.50 (SE 0.03) h1 in summer.
|Keywords||Indoor air; particles; deposition rates; air exchange rates; filters; exhaust fans|
|Publisher||Curran Associates, Inc.|
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|Deposited||12 Apr 2021|
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