Exploring the influence of sources, behaviour and mitigation strategies on aerosols generated during household activities

A. Mehra, Z. A. Nasar, S. Rolfo, Stephanie Gauthier, A.M. Rangel, H. Zhong, R. Ferguson, D. Booker, V. Stevenson, H. E. Jones, N. Carslaw, T. Dillon, C. O'Leary, M. Shaw, E. Harding-Smith, G. J. Phillips

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Abstract

Indoor air quality (IAQ) is influenced by aerosols emitted and formed in situ from a broad range of sources and human activity such as cooking and cleaning. Uncertainties remain in understanding the relationship between human behaviour and aerosols of chemical and biological nature, their emission source strengths and spatial variability in the home (Braniš et al., 2014; Nazaroff, 2016).
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jun 2021
EventEuropean Aerosol Conference 2021 - Online
Duration: 30 Aug 20213 Sept 2021

Conference

ConferenceEuropean Aerosol Conference 2021
Period30/08/213/09/21

Keywords

  • infoor air quality
  • aerosols
  • household activities
  • human behavior
  • bioaerosol
  • low-cost sensors

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