Indoor air pollution of a high-rise apartment caused by combustion sources in winter
- Indoor air pollution of a high-rise apartment caused by combustion sources in winter
- 김종범; 이광재; 류성희; 이재영; 우성호; 이승복; 김경환; 윤성택; 배귀남
- apartment; indoor air pollution; NOx; particle; combustion source; cooking; vehicle exhaust
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- Particle and aerosol research; 한국입자에어로졸학회지
- VOL 10, NO 3, 119-130
- Home is a major living environment of children. In urban area, indoor air at home could be severely influenced by combustion sources such as vehicle exhaust and cooking. In this work, the air quality of a high-rise apartment was investigated by monitoring combustion-related air pollutants at both indoor and outdoor in winter of 2014. From 48-h continuous monitoring data, large amount of NOx was observed at the balcony of the high-rise apartment during the morning traffic hours. It deteriorated indoor air quality of the apartment. During the cooking activity, high peak episodes of ultrafine particles were seen. It was concluded that effects of vehicle exhaust and cooking activity on the indoor air of the high-rise apartment could be easily checked by NOx and ultrafine particle indicators, respectively.
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