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Abstract

In the Chapter 2.3 of this book both physical and empirical models will be discussed, in an attempt to put into evidence several aspects of the model building and validation procedures as they apply to the indoor pollution field. It will be thoroughly discussed how these procedures can be applied to model the test chamber kinetics, this being the most common approach to characterize emissions with indoor sinks. This will provide the reader with the necessary elements to develop and apply modelling techniques as part of his/her own indoor pollution practises. To this purpose examples will be given to cover aspects of both model building and validation processes, some of them arising from the authors own practise and some others from reviewing other researchers work.

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Authors: KEPHALOPULOS S, EI, JRC-Ispra (IT)
Bibliographic Reference: Article: Organic Indoor Air Pollutants, (1999)
Record Number: 199911129 / Last updated on: 1999-08-13
Category: PUBLICATION
Original language: en
Available languages: en
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