Cigarette Smoke Concentration in an Automobile

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This Demonstration shows how the air exchange rate affects the required time to reach safe fine particle concentration in an automobile using Ott's model [1].

Contributed by: Osman Tuna Gökgöz (October 2013)
Suggested by: Özgür Bayer
(Middle East Technical University)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


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[1] W.R. Ott, "Mathematical Models for Predicting Indoor Air Quality from Smoking Activity," Environmental Health Perspectives, 107(Suppl 2), 1999 pp. 375–381.



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