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  • Principles of Turbomachinery in Air-Breathing Engines
    Principles of Turbomachinery in Air-Breathing Engines. Ideal for the reader who will face practical situations and design decisions in the gas turbine industry, this book reviews fundamentals of fluid mechanics and thermodynamics, and places students in appropriate real-life design settings.
  • Air-Handling With Care
    systems and specialized connectors and valves contain potent compounds, thereby minimizing worker exposure. Secondary ways to limit exposure is by using personnel protective equipment such as gowns with breathing air or purified-air powered respirators. The facilities housing potent compound processes
  • Breathing new life into an aging science facility
    At 40 years old, Gallahue Hall at Butler. University in Indianapolis has plenty of. character and subtle nuances that left. an impression of nostalgic collegiate academia. Unfortunately, the facility also left users with a. headache. They were working in an environment. with inconsistent air
  • Indoor Air Quality Solutions
    When breathing in, a human absorbs oxygen from the air and releases carbin dioxide, water and volatile organic olfactory substances into the air when exhaling. The air inhaled contains 21% by volume oxygen and 0.035% by volume carbon dioxide, the air exhaled contains 16% by volume oxygen and 4%
  • A Quick Guide to Air-Purifying Respirators
    be identified based upon the level of protection offered: air-purifying respirators (APR), filtering devices. for use in contaminated air, and supplied air respirators (SAR), breathing apparatus that deliver breathable air from an independent source. This guide discusses air-purifying respirators options
  • In the News: ROBD2 Hypoxia Training by the US Air Force
    Check out this recent article regarding the use of the Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device in preparing US Air Force Airmen for the "Worse Case Scenario."
  • Understanding Air Flow Calibrations for Personal Monitoring Pumps
    Personal monitoring pumps have long been the standard for collecting air sampling data in occupational exposures to gases, vapors and particulates. They offer extreme application versatility in a portable package that allows a full work shift breathing zone sample, with minimal hindrance
  • Correcting Air Sample Volumes to Standard Conditions
    are compressed and become denser. At lower pressures (like high altitudes) gases are decompressed and become less dense. Hence, the "thinner" air and labored breathing we experience at high altitudes, and as many auto race fans know, racecars produce less horsepower and run slower when their circuit

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