Biomedical Science & Research Journals | The Potential Risk of Carbon Dioxide Gas in Closed Areas in Faculty Places - Study Case

Carbon dioxide gas is the main greenhouse which is coming from different sources like combustion of organic matter, fossil fuel and deforestation, ocean release etc. In addition, human being exhales CO2 during his respiration and the average human exhales about 2.3pounds of carbon dioxide on an average day. The study was conducted in public faculty place where many students who used to come to the college in order to have their lessons in different majors. Therefore, there are sitting in different classrooms, library and canteen or roaming and walking between corridors. Three parameters were measured, and they are temperature and humidity and Concentration of Carbon dioxide in both units as % & ppm.

The target of study was to correlate between concentration of CO2 and the presence of students at different locations with various times. Thus, the classrooms and crowed areas with human being started to become hotter and hotter with passing time and especially with less ventilation sources such as exhaust fans or fresh air exchanger system because of releasing of CO2 in second. As it is noticed the windows will be closed in order to make the rooms cooler and cooler but that will condense gases and settle down on the student’ bodies. The below picture shows the reality of situation of students in their classrooms with less ventilation and closed windows during class session and it is same everywhere in the world


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