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“…For a given site, at a constant air exchange rate and absent varying indoor sources, the indoor ozone concentration divided by the outdoor ozone concentration (I/O ozone) remains relatively constant (Shair and Heitner, 1974;Hales and Shair, 1974;Weschler et al, 1989Weschler et al, , 1991Weschler et al, , 1992. Table 2 summarizes I/O ozone ratios measured by numerous investigators in a variety of building types.…”
Section: Indoor Ozone Concentrationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…For a given site, at a constant air exchange rate and absent varying indoor sources, the indoor ozone concentration divided by the outdoor ozone concentration (I/O ozone) remains relatively constant (Shair and Heitner, 1974;Hales and Shair, 1974;Weschler et al, 1989Weschler et al, , 1991Weschler et al, , 1992. Table 2 summarizes I/O ozone ratios measured by numerous investigators in a variety of building types.…”
Section: Indoor Ozone Concentrationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The relationship between these sources and The specific sources and sinks that influence indoor ozone concentrations are discussed in the following paragraphs. (Detailed presentation of models that can be used to estimate indoor ozone levels can be found in papers by Shair andHeitner, 1974 andHayes, 1991. ) Outdoor Ozone Concentrations Figure 2 shows outdoor ozone concentrations measured during 1996 at a relatively clean location, Death Valley National Monument, and a relatively polluted location, Burbank, California, USA (California Environmental Protection Agency, 1997).…”
Section: Factors That Influence Indoor Ozone Concentrations Overviewmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The basic description of a one-compartment mass balance model is given by Shair and Heitner. 12 Ekberg 13,14 has provided an extensive body of experimental evidence for the outcomes of such one-compartment mass balance models. Nazaroff and Cass 15 have extended the mass balance model for multiple compartments and interaction between different compounds.…”
Section: Model Descriptionmentioning
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“…Mass balance models are employed in exposure assessment 2,9,10 and in finding strategies to reduce indoor pollutant levels. 12,14 In the present study, we considered the one-compartment mass balance model. 12,13 The model compartment is a wellmixed indoor environment in which outside air containing a pollutant penetrates the environment through openings such as windows, doors, and cracks.…”
Section: Model Descriptionmentioning
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