공동주택에서의 플러쉬아웃 현황 및 개선방향을 위한 연구

Title
공동주택에서의 플러쉬아웃 현황 및 개선방향을 위한 연구
Other Titles
A Study on the Current Status and Improvement in Performing Flush-out in Multi-family Residential Buildings
Authors
박준석
Keywords
플러쉬아웃; 실내공기질; 설문조사; 시뮬레이션; 환기; 공동주택; Flush-out; Indoor Air Quality; Questionnaire Survey; Simulation; Ventilation; Multi-family Residential Buildings
Issue Date
2015-08
Publisher
대한건축학회
Citation
대한건축학회논문집 계획계, v. 31, NO 8, Page. 129-137
Abstract
Volatile organic compounds in buildings from finishing materials, adhesives, built-in furniture, etc. can cause headaches, atopic dermatitis, etc. for occupants in the buildings. To mitigate this, the Korean government has obligated to flush out the buildings after new construction and before occupancy since 2011. In this study, the current status of performing flush-out in multi-family residential buildings in Korea were analyzed, and its improvement would be proposed. At first, a questionnaire survey was conducted to figure out the current status of flush-out performances targeting a number of construction companies who have already constructed multi-family residential buildings with compliance of the obligation. Through the analysis of this survey, several conditions that need to be improved for flush-out were identified. Secondly, the identified conditions were evaluated in varying conditions using a simulation program to figure out an effective way of performing flush-out rather than as it is. As a result, a flush-out performance period with an appropriate supply air volume, and indoor temperature and humidity were identified to be improved through the survey, and it revealed through the simulation that the flush-out should be performed at least 14 days to reduce the indoor air pollution more than a half.
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Article/NODE06505178http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/26786
ISSN
1226-9093; 2384-177X
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.5659/JAIK_PD.2015.31.8.129
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