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Session Overview
Session
Plenary session 4: CO2 and humans
Time:
Tuesday, 22/June/2021:
3:00pm - 4:00pm

Session Chair: Guangyu Cao
Session Co-chair: Moon Keun Kim
Location: Zoom room #1
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  • Keynote lecture: Pawel Wargocki, CO2 exposure — The truth about the infamous 1000 ppmv threshold, and other COol facts

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CO2 exposure — The truth about the infamous 1000 ppmv threshold.

Pawel Wargocki

Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Denmark

Pawel will speak about the effects of CO2 on individuals and its relevance in connection with the current pandemic. There are few new studies on CO2 and the matter is not completely solved. Pawel will also speak about the use of CO2 in connection with DCV and when air cleaners are used. Finally he will discuss the use of CO2 for evaluating IAQ and ventilation. We have some new data on CO2 emission rates from sleeping and awake people. Colleagues have looked also on the CO2 levels in the vicinity of occupants compared with the levels at the room level. All this makes a very interesting and timely story when CO2 sensors become prevalent and affordable. Pawel will tough upon how touse sensors properly.



 
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