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Visualization of the Comparison between Airborne Dust Concentration Data of Indoor Rooms on a Building Model

실내 공간별 미세먼지농도 비교 데이터의 시각화

  • 이상익 (한양대학교 실내건축디자인학과) ;
  • 이진국 (한양대학교 실내건축디자인학과)
  • Received : 2015.04.24
  • Accepted : 2015.06.23
  • Published : 2015.08.25

Abstract

The international concern on the inhalable fine dust is continuing to increase. In addition to the toxic properties of the fine dust itself, it can be more dangerous than other environmental factors since the dust pollution is hard to be detected by human sense. Although the information on outdoor air condition can be acquired easily, the indoor dust concentration is another problem because the indoor air condition is influenced by the architectural environment and human activity. It means occupants may be exposed to indoor dust pollution over a long period without being aware. Therefore the indoor dust concentration should be measured separately and visualized as an intuitive information. By visualizing, the indoor dust concentration in each space can be recognized practically in compare with the degree of pollution in adjacent spaces. Besides the visualization outcome can be used as base data for related research such as an analysis of the relation between indoor dust concentration and architectural environment. Meanwhile, with the development of network and micro sensing devices, it became possible to collect wide range of indoor environment data. In this regards, this paper suggests a system for visualization of indoor dust concentration and demonstrates it on an actual space.

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Supported by : 한양대학교

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