Chicago Meeting, January 2018
Sunday, January 21, 3:15 PM-4:45 PM
SEMINAR 14: Controlling Pollutant Sources in Residential Buildings
Track: Fundamentals and Applications
Sponsor: 04.03 Ventilation Requirements and Infiltration, SSPC 62.2
Chair: Steven J Emmerich, National Institute of Standards and Technology
People spend the majority of their time at home and, as a result, that is where indoor air quality (IAQ) improvements have the potential to yield the largest health and comfort benefits. This seminar presents the results of the latest research and development in controlling residential pollutant sources including information on avoiding transfer of garage contaminants into living space, opportunities and limitations for improved air cleaning in houses, the development of smart range hoods and evaluation of low-cost IAQ monitors.
1. Keeping the Car out of the Living Room: What Works (RP-1450)
Paul W. Francisco, Member, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL
2. The Limitations and Opportunities for Filtration and Air Cleaning in Residences,
Jeffrey Siegel, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
3. Is a Two Hundred Dollar Indoor Air Quality Monitor Good Enough to Keep You Safe?
Brett Singer, Ph.D., Member, LBNL, Berkeley, CA
4. Development of a Smart Range Hood
Mike Moore, P.E., Associate Member, Newport Partners LLC, Loveland, CO
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