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75–81 P. Kic
Dust pollution in the sport facilities
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Dust pollution in the sport facilities

P. Kic

Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Faculty of Engineering, Department of
Technological Equipment of Buildings, Kamycka 129, CZ 16521 Prague,
CzechRepublic; e–mail: kic@tf.czu.cz

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The aim of this paper is to present the results of microclimatic research focused on the dust pollution in several buildings and different rooms used for sport activities at the University. The attention is paid mainly to the problems of dimensions of space, capacity and activity of sportsmen, and influence of space ventilation. In the frame of this research the concentration of air dust was measured by the exact instrument DustTRAK II Model 8530 aerosol monitor. Using the special impactors the PM1, PM2.5, PM4, PM10 size fractions were also measured. Obtained results of measurements were evaluated and concentrations of different size of dust particles were analysed. Results of different indoor conditions were generalized. Based on the results of measurements practical recommendations for the design, use and ventilation of these types of buildings were summarised in the conclusions.

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759-764 P. Kic
Dust pollution in University offices
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Dust pollution in University offices

P. Kic

Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Faculty of Engineering, Kamycka 129, CZ-16521 Prague 6, Czech Republic;
e-mail: kic@tf.czu.cz

Abstract:

The aim of this paper is to present results of microclimatic research focused mainly on dust pollution in several offices of Departments in the Faculty of Engineering at Czech University of Life Sciences Prague. The attention is paid to the dimensions of the room, floor covering, furniture, equipment, ventilation, frequency of the use and period of the year. In the frame of this research the concentration of air dust was measured by special exact instrument Dust-Track aerosol monitor. After the installation of different impactors the PM¹, PM².⁵, PM⁴, PM¹0 size fractions were also measured. The obtained results of measurements were evaluated by the statistical instruments and concentrations of different size of dust particles were analyzed. Results of different indoor conditions were generalized. Based on the results of measurements practical recommendations for the design, use, cleaning and ventilation of these types of rooms and buildings were summarised in the conclusions.

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