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Main Title Developing Guidance for Considering Cost-Effectiveness When Selecting and Designing IAQ Control Approaches.
Author Henschel, D. B.; Peterson, P. R.;
CORP Author Research Triangle Inst., Research Triangle Park, NC.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Air Pollution Prevention and Control Div.
Publisher 1998
Year Published 1998
Report Number EPA-R-822870-01; EPA/600/A-98/105;
Stock Number PB98-151780
Subjects Indoor air quality; Cost effectiveness; Air pollution control; Design analysis; Selection; Indoor air pollution; Air cleaners; Ventilation systems; Space HVAC systems; Heating equipment; Air conditioning equipment; Alternatives; Scenarios; Commercial buildings; Office buildings; Public buildings; Guidance;
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Abstract The paper discusses the development of guidance for considering cost-effectiveness when selecting and designing indoor air quality (IAQ) control approaches. A program has been initiated to develop technical guidance that will assist the user in selecting and designing the most cost-effective combination of IAQ control options in any specific circumstances. The initial guidance will be general guidance for commercial and institutional buildings, based on a series of case studies. The initial effort has focussed on defining the methodology for developing this guidance. The on-going methodology development efforts described here include definition of: the scenarios for which alternative IAQ control approaches might be considered as competitive options; the methods for calculating cost and effectiveness; and the methods for presenting, in a user-friendly manner, cost-effectiveness as a function of effectiveness in reducing occupant exposure. The case studies that will be conducted, using the methodology, will involve detailed definition of all key building-; heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning-; source; occupancy; and IAQ-related parameters for the given case (e.g., a particular new small office building). A sensitivity analysis will then be conducted.
Supplementary Notes Presented at EPA/AWMA Conference, 'Engineering Solutions to Indoor Air Quality Problems', Research Triangle Park, NC., July 24-26, 1995. Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Air Pollution Prevention and Control Div.
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