Contaminant build-up in houses

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ConferenceThe Implementation and Effectiveness of Air Infiltration Standards in Buildings : Proceedings of the 5th AIC Conference: 01 October 1984, Reno, NV, U.S.A.
Subjectpollutants; formaldehyde; radioactive pollution; air infiltration; air infiltration rate; indoor concentrations; radon gas; radon daughters; formaldehyde; summer and winter conditions; toronto, ontario, canada; air conditioning effects; Indoor air; Air flow/Wind pressure; polluant; formaldehyde; pollution radioactive; infiltration d'air
AbstractThe relation between air infiltration rate and indoor air contaminant concentrations has been investigated in a number of air-conditioned Toronto houses with low rates of natural ventilation whose average values were lower in summer than in winter. The average indoor formaldehyde, radon and radon daughter concentrations conversely, were found to be higher in summer than in winter.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number24367
NPARC number20375448
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