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ASHRAE Transactions, Volume 89, Issue 2, Part 2 Air quality in buildings during smoking and non-smoking occupancy

Abbreviation
ASHRAE Transactions
Valid from
01/01/1983

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American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers
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Ventilation requirements have been derived primarily from  those for odor control and secondarily from criteria for concentrations of air  contaminants.

The study reported here looked at criteria for both odor and  physical acceptability and paid particular attention to the differences between  smoking and nonsmoking occupancy in an environmental  chamber.

The results implied that, under nonsmoking conditions and with  moderate humidity, between 5 and 10 cfm (2 .5 and 5 L/s-1) of fresh  air per occupant should satisfy 75% of visitors, but that, under smoking conditions,  many times as much fresh air is needed for both odor acceptability and  compliance with customary criteria values for smoke

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ASHRAE Transactions, Volume 89, Issue 2, Part 2 Air quality in buildings during smoking and non-smoking occupancy

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ASHRAE Transactions, Volume 89, Issue 2, Part 2 Air quality in buildings during smoking and non-smoking occupancy

Description

Ventilation requirements have been derived primarily from  those for odor control and secondarily from criteria for concentrations of air  contaminants.

The study reported here looked at criteria for both odor and  physical acceptability and paid particular attention to the differences between  smoking and nonsmoking occupancy in an environmental  chamber.

The results implied that, under nonsmoking conditions and with  moderate humidity, between 5 and 10 cfm (2 .5 and 5 L/s-1) of fresh  air per occupant should satisfy 75% of visitors, but that, under smoking conditions,  many times as much fresh air is needed for both odor acceptability and  compliance with customary criteria values for smoke

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ASHRAE Transactions, Volume 89, Issue 2, Part 2 Air quality in buildings during smoking and non-smoking occupancy
Description

Ventilation requirements have been derived primarily from  those for odor control and secondarily from criteria for concentrations of air  contaminants.

The study reported here looked at criteria for both odor and  physical acceptability and paid particular attention to the differences between  smoking and nonsmoking occupancy in an environmental  chamber.

The results implied that, under nonsmoking conditions and with  moderate humidity, between 5 and 10 cfm (2 .5 and 5 L/s-1) of fresh  air per occupant should satisfy 75% of visitors, but that, under smoking conditions,  many times as much fresh air is needed for both odor acceptability and  compliance with customary criteria values for smoke

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