Measurement of combustion products from a gas cooking stove in a two-storey house

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ConferenceProceedings of the 77th Annual Meeting of the Air Pollution Control Association: 24 June 1984, San Francisco, CA, USA
Pages8432.5, 1-13
Subjectgas cookers; air quality; air infiltration; combustion fumes; energy efficient test home; air contaminant levels; air infiltration rate; various range hood exhaust rates; carbon monoxide diurnal level profile; Combustion
AbstractTests carried out in a two-storey energy-efficient test house to determine the relation between air contaminant levels from gas stove operating and air infiltration rate are reported. Also, tests conducted with the range hood operating at various exhaust rates are reported. The calculated diurnal profile of CO generated from a typical cooking schedule indicated that progressive build-up of combustion products can occur at low house air infiltration rate.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number23830
NPARC number20375145
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