Ultrafine particles in the indoor air: Measures to substantially reduce human exposure

Start date 01/08/2008
End date The project is closed: 31/08/2012
The project is based on field and laboratory measurements, and theoretical modeling. The project I focusing on the following main issues:
Identification of the principal factors influencing the indoor concentration of ultrafine particles (UFP), especially various measures to reduce human exposure indoors.
Quantification of the extent to which indoor environments can be designed, operated and maintained in order to achieve a substantial reduction of the indoor concentration of UFPs.
Further development of a method to predict UFP concentrations in indoor environments, based on a particle number balance model.​
All project members
Bingbing Shi, Lars Ekberg (project leadare), Sarka Langer, Evert Ljungström, Josef Jarosz​
External parners at the project
Camfil, Scandfilter, Dinair, Transjonic AB​​​
Chalmers Area of Advance
​Bulit Environment
Other information
The project will be reported in a Ph.D.-thesis towards the end of 2012.​
BELOK-project on ionizer assisted air filtration​

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