Implementing a behaviour-based framework for studying the influence of cooking and cleaning on indoor air quality

Archit Mehra, Stephanie Gauthier, Zaheer A. Nasar, Stefano Rolfo, Harriet Jones, Alejandro Moreno Rangel, Hua Zhong, Robert Ferguson, Douglas Booker, Vicki Stevenson, Gavin J. Phillips

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Abstract

Indoor air quality (IAQ) is influenced by a cocktail of air pollutants 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 air pollutants emissions and dynamics, their emission source strengths and spatial variability in the residential buildings (Braniš et al., 2014; Nazaroff, 2016). A systematic approach to measuring the impact of indoor activities informed by human behaviour is extremely valuable and should allow the extrapolation of experimental findings.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jul 2021
EventHealthy Buildings 2021-America - Honolulu, United States
Duration: 9 Nov 202111 Nov 2021

Conference

ConferenceHealthy Buildings 2021-America
Country/TerritoryUnited States
CityHonolulu
Period9/11/2111/11/21

Keywords

  • behaviour
  • aerosols
  • CFD
  • bioaerosols

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