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Document Type: Postprint
Title: Cabin Air Sampling Study Functionality Test.
Authors: Muir, Helen
Walton, Christopher
McKeown, Rebecca
Issue Date: Jan-2008
Citation: Helen Muir, Christopher Walton, Rebecca McKeown, Cabin Air Sampling Study Functionality Test. Cranfield University School of Engineering, January 2008
Abstract: The Department for Transport (DFT), on behalf of the Government’s Aviation Health Working Group (AHWG), commissioned Cranfield University to organise, manage and deliver a functionality test of a variety of air sampling devices capable of detecting a wide range of compounds in a cabin air environment. The functionality test was to be the preliminary stage of a major monitoring study of the cabin air environment, which the Department intends to conduct.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1826/2389
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