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Indoor Air Quality
Dr. Darrell Pepper , Dr. Xiuling Wang, Dr. Dave Carrington

A web-based model has been developed for simulating the transport of toxic materials within rooms and building interiors. The numerical model is based on the boundary element method (BEM) coupled with a Lagrangian Particle Transport technique (LPT) utilizing the JAVA programming language. The JAVA model allows a user to simulate indoor airflow and pollutant dispersion patterns for indoor room configurations created by the user or obtained from CAD drawings. Graphical results are displayed as velocity vectors and contour plots of concentration.

               

 

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