Browse Publications Technical Papers 2009-01-0536
2009-04-20

Experimental Study on the Air Quality of Vehicle’s Cabin by Evaluating CO 2 Concentration and Fine Dust on the Actual Road 2009-01-0536

For a complete automotive HVAC system, it is desirable to keep good air quality control for the interior vehicle cabin. This experimental study for evaluating the CO2 concentration levels in a vehicle cabin was done on the roads in South Korea. Increasing levels of CO2 can cause a passenger to become tired, sleepy and cause headaches or discomfort. The study results shows that CO2 and fine dust concentration is a result of the number of passengers,_driving condition and HVAC user settings. The result from this investigation can be used to establish a development guide for air quality in a vehicle cabin.

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