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Indoor Environmental Quality

Select Proceedings of the 1st ACIEQ

  • Arun Sharma
  • Radha Goyal
  • Richie Mittal
Conference proceedings

Part of the Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering book series (LNCE, volume 60)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. Amit K. Mishra, P. Mishra, Sunil Gulia, S. K. Goyal
    Pages 19-26
  3. Khaiwal Ravindra, Maninder Kaur-Sidhu, Suman Mor
    Pages 27-33
  4. Yaparla Deepthi, S. M. Shiva Nagendra, Sathyanarayana N. Gummadi
    Pages 35-44
  5. Sumanth Chinthala, Sunil Gulia, Mukesh Khare
    Pages 45-52
  6. Akansha Gupta, Radha Goyal, Priyanka Kulshreshtha, Ashish Jain
    Pages 67-76
  7. Palak Balyan, Chirashree Ghosh, Shukla Das, B. D. Banerjee
    Pages 85-94
  8. Pratima Singh, Renu Arora, Radha Goyal
    Pages 95-108
  9. Abinaya Sekar, Prem Mohan, George K. Varghese, M. K. Ravi Varma
    Pages 109-117

About these proceedings


This volume presents selected papers presented during the First Asian Conference on Indoor Environmental Quality (ACIEQ). The contents cover themes of indoor air quality monitoring and modeling; the influence of  confounding factors like thermal comfort parameters, such as temperature and relative humidity with respect to different building types, e.g., residential, commercial, institutional; ventilation characteristics, lighting and acoustics.  It also focuses on people's  performance, productivity, and behavior  with respect to their exposure to  various indoor air pollutants and parameters influencing the overall indoor environmental quality. This volume is primarily aimed at researchers working in environmental science and engineering, building architecture and design, HVAC and ventilation, public health, and  epidemiology. The contents of this volume will also be useful to policy makers working on occupational health and building codes.


Indoor Environmental Quality Thermal Comfort Air Quality Index Indoor Air Quality Modelling Indoor Air Quality Monitoring Acoustics

Editors and affiliations

  • Arun Sharma
    • 1
  • Radha Goyal
    • 2
  • Richie Mittal
    • 3
  1. 1.Department of Community MedicineUniversity College of Medical SciencesNew DelhiIndia
  2. 2.Indian Pollution Control AssociationNew DelhiIndia
  3. 3.Overdrive Engineering Solutions Pvt. LtdNoidaIndia

About the editors

Arun Kumar Sharma is a Professor in the Department of Community Medicine and Head of the Department of Bio-statistics and Medical Informatics at the University College of Medical Sciences, India. He has done his MBBS from University of Calcutta and MD and DNBE in community medicine from Banaras Hindu University, in addition to having done fellowships with the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champain (USA),University of Pennsylvania (USA), and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (USA). Prof Sharma's research work studies the impact of pollutants on the respiratory health of urban populations as well as the impact of HIV and diabetes. 
Radha Goyal is the Deputy Director of the Indian Pollution Control Association (IPCA), where she is responsible for all research and development related activities and projects of IPCA in area of air and waste management. Dr Goyal is in charge of the Air Quality Management Services (AQMS) division of IPCA, specifically working on indoor air quality, in addition to being a principal investigator for a number of projects mapping air quality in Delhi NCR and assessing its impact. She has done her PhD from the Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi.  

Richie Mittal is the Managing Director of OverDrive Engineering Private Limited, which specialized in energy efficient design and engineering of air conditioning and cooling systems for enclosed facilities. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Indoor Air Quality Association (USA), and is a member of many professional societies and associations.

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“Given the enormous challenges of air improvement in megacities such as Delhi, these findings are immediately applicable at a time that indoor air pollutants of all kinds are meriting increased attention.” (John T. Pierce, Doody's Book Reviews, April 16, 2021)