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Seto Releases New Paper on Particle Emissions from Cooking Oil Fumes and Interventions

Posted: 4/30/2023 (CSDE Research)

Recent work by CSDE Affiliate Edmund Seto, “Characterization of time- and size-dependent particle emissions and decay from cooking oil fumes in residence: Impacts of various intervention measures“, has appeared in Building Simulation. Through a real-world campaign in a naturally-ventilated apartment in the northwest US, this study investigates the temporal profiles of size-resolved particle number concentrations (PNCs) ranging from 0.3 to 10 ┬Ám from frying cooking activities. The cooking scenarios included various combinations of window ventilation, venting range hood (VRH) use, and portable air cleaner (PAC) utilization.

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