Estimation of Uncertainty in Tracer Gas Measurement of Air Change Rates
AbstractSimple and economical measurement of air change rates can be achieved with a passive-type tracer gas doser and sampler. However, this is made more complex by the fact many buildings are not a single fully mixed zone. This means many measurements are required to obtain information on ventilation conditions. In this study, we evaluated the uncertainty of tracer gas measurement of air change rate in n completely mixed zones. A single measurement with one tracer gas could be used to simply estimate the air change rate when n = 2. Accurate air change rates could not be obtained for n ≥ 2 due to a lack of information. However, the proposed method can be used to estimate an air change rate with an accuracy of View Full-Text
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Iizuka, A.; Okuizumi, Y.; Yanagisawa, Y. Estimation of Uncertainty in Tracer Gas Measurement of Air Change Rates. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2010, 7, 4238-4249.
Iizuka A, Okuizumi Y, Yanagisawa Y. Estimation of Uncertainty in Tracer Gas Measurement of Air Change Rates. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2010; 7(12):4238-4249.Chicago/Turabian Style
Iizuka, Atsushi; Okuizumi, Yumiko; Yanagisawa, Yukio. 2010. "Estimation of Uncertainty in Tracer Gas Measurement of Air Change Rates." Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 7, no. 12: 4238-4249.