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Dispersion of combustion products from balanced flue wall terminals



Dispersion of combustion products from balanced flue wall terminals



Environmental Technology Letters 9(6): 471-478



A review is given of an experimentally study into the dispersion of combustion products from the terminal of a natural-gas-fired balanced flue room heater. Results from this study are presented as the cumulative frequency distribution of the hourly averaged NO2 concentration measurements. The results are compared to the Dutch requirements for ambient air quality. It appears that the ambient air quality is only marginally influenced by the presence of the flue terminal.

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DOI: 10.1080/09593338809384594

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