Indoor Air Quality in the Bedroom of a Single-Family House—A Case Study
AbstractPeople spend nearly 1/3 of their lives in bedrooms. Moreover, the greatest part of this time is spent in lack of awareness, so it is important to maintain suitable conditions in these areas, including air quality. In non-ventilated bedrooms, people may have trouble falling asleep, may not be resting enough during sleep, and they can wake up tired. This affects their well-being and behavior throughout the next day. Indoor air quality measurements were carried out in a single-family home bedroom. The measurements were made in unsealed windows. In the bedroom under examination, where people stay only during the night and where the door is always open and air is constantly being renewed, the carbon dioxide concentration during the night exceeded the permissible standard—1000 ppm.
|Journal series||Proceedings, ISSN , e-ISSN 2504-3900, (0 pkt)|
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|License||Journal (articles only); published final; ; with publication|
|Score||= 5.0, 24-03-2020, ArticleFromJournal|
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