Pool Operator: Dynamics of Indoor Air Quality in Indoor Pool Facilities


SKU: TR-APSP25 Category:

Dynamics of Indoor Air Quality in Indoor Pool Facilities

Indoor air quality (IAQ) in indoor pools is known to be affected by water quality, circulation of water in the pool, the design and operation of the HVAC system, and bather load. In this session, attendees will examine the project, review field experiments conducted to quantify IAQ dynamics in several indoor pool facilities, and discuss the mathematical model developed to simulate IAQ dynamics. Ernest Blatchley will explain how the model can be used to predict the effects of changes to system behavior, including changes to water treatment that affect water quality, as well as changes to HVAC system operation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Examine factors that affect indoor air quality (IAQ) in pools.
  • Identify the modeling approach to simulate IAQ dynamics.
  • Discuss possible approaches to improve IAQ.

CEUs: 1

Presenter: Ernest R. (Chip) Blatchley III

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