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An integrated-research approach was used to examine the multifold problem of sizing a window in a direct-gain passive solar strategy, where there is direct sunlight penetration into the living space. Solar-heating performance, glare from window and occupant appraisal of the luminous condition...
Most of the literature on indoor air quality deals with the problems of the affluent western world, such as the optimal working of HVAC systems and limiting the emissions of potentially toxic material from furnishings and fabrics made from synthetic materials. However, two thirds of all people...
In children there is an association between environmental tobacco smoke exposure and blood lead levels. One possible explanation is a contamination of house dust by cigarette ash and smoke, since several studies have shown that house dust is a source of lead exposure. Thus, house dust samples...
In a survey of 160 hospital employees, those employed in an area where the air supply was potentially contaminated with the exhaust air from other hospital areas had a higher prevalence of certain work-related symptoms than em ployees from other areas. There was little difference between the two...
The respiratory health of 726 workers in a rubber processing factory has been investigated. The values of the forced vital capacity (FVC), forced expiratory volume in 1 s (FEV 1 ) and the ratio of FEV 1 /FVC in workers were inversely related to the total suspended particulate matter (TSP) and...
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