It is important to carry out the environmental monitoring during the construction of facilities in the urban areas. The article represents the research of the indoor air of a higher educational institution in relation to existence of such contaminants as the particulate matter of PM2.5 and PM10. Samples were taken on all floors at several academic buildings of a higher educational institution from September to November 2014 and from March to May 2015. As a result of the research, the regression dependence was obtained, indicating interrelation of the distribution of dust particles PM2.5 and PM10 and the particulate matter with the building height. Thus, the maximum size of the dust particles is detected at 1-4 floors of rooms, on the upper floors a smaller diameter of particles is observed. It is revealed that dust particle diameter decreases when the building height increases. The findings confirm the relevance of the further research as for the problems of an assessment of influence of dust emissions on the public health and the development of measures for the indoor air quality improvement as well as for the problems of the ventilation and air cleaning modernization at a design stage of facilities' construction and their placement under the conditions of urban development.
Kozlovtseva, E. Y., Loboyko, V. F., & Nikolenko, D. A. (2016). Monitoring of Fine Dust Pollution of Multistory Buildings Air Environment as an Adoption Factor of Town-planning Decisions. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 150, pp. 1954–1959). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2016.07.197