The post makes use of the Adobe Flash player
The third installment in our series of mass balance tutorials is on the three zone mass balance model. Using this tutorial, you can explore realistic 3-room residential layouts and potential exposures that may occur when a smoker is in an adjacent room.
I just added a new Flash-based tutorial on the two-zone mass balance model. This tutorial allows you to interactively explore the effect of different parameters on the transport of pollution generated in one room to an adjacent room. In the future, I will be adding more Flash-based tutorials, and I will create Flash simulations of secondhand smoke exposure aimed at different audiences.
I have started created tutorials that make use of the Flash animation player. To start, the first tutorial is on the mass balance model. This model is one of the the basic building blocks for simulating indoor exposure to SHS.
This is the first interactive flash-based simulation at SimSmoke.Org. Please "play" with the car exposure simulation below, which features integrated instructions. When you are done using the simulation, please take a survey.
[Ed. note: The embedded flash does not seem to work with some versions of Internet Explorer. If you do not see an embedded flash animation below, please click on this link. You will need the Adobe Flash Player to see this simulation.]