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Old   July 3, 2009, 09:02
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Hi friends,
Anyone idea about procedure or guideline for calculating co concentration in car park area. I searched many papers but they could not give clear understanding to me. If you know the paper which give me the detail calculation for co concentration in car parking area then please suggest me....

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Old   August 3, 2009, 00:23
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Hi Mahesh

Mostly the dead spots in parking area are looked for and the CO2 Concentration level is measured in ppm (Parts per million). You can get the values on net.
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Old   August 3, 2009, 03:05
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Hi Mahesh

Mostly the dead spots in parking area are looked for and the CO2 Concentration level is measured in ppm (Parts per million). You can get the values on net.
Hi Uday,
but co concentration value in car park is depend on number of cars (both moving and standing) If considering moving cars travel distance by car in car park coming in focus then how to calculate co concentration?
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Well

You can monitor it at a point or you can monitor a volume average irrespective of the sources of co2 (stationary or moving) you can report the co2 level in ppm level. And for that case you will have to solve a transient case.
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