- Volume 27 Issue 9
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The Study of Odor-causing Compounds Emitted from a Stuffing Agent Production Process
가지제(加脂劑) 생산공정에서 배출되는 악취원인물질 연구
- Seo, Yong-Soo (Department of Environment Research Institute, Pukyong National University) ;
- Suh, Jeong-Min (Department of Bioenvironmental Energy, Pusan National University)
- Received : 2018.05.31
- Accepted : 2018.08.09
- Published : 2018.09.30
The volatile odor compounds emitted form a stuffing agent production process were quantified by ATD and GC-MS, and then odor causing compounds were identified by the method of EOI using each TLV. As the results, 72 odor compounds were detected and total concentration was turned up 87.6 ppmv level. In these compounds, aldehyde group is higher 45.49 ppmv than others group, the next is turn up the order of aliphatics, alcohols, esters, ketones. The EOA of aldehyde group show up 101,720 and 97.2%, respectively, the odor causing compounds were identified each of odor 2-Octenal 28.31%, Hexanal 24.06%, Valeraldehyde 16.07%, Butyraldehyde 9.69%, Heptanal 4.97%, Propionaldehyde 4.64%, Acetaldehyde 3.31%. The TLVs of 7 major odor compounds are lower value level of 0.001~0.0001 ppmv, odor causing even in trace level. We need to be concerned with reduction of aldehyde compounds in the odor problem by a stuffing agent production process or ironing process of the textile containing a stuffing agent.
Supported by : 부산대학교
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