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Aerosol Science & Engineering

 

This interactive and animated computer program is designed for aerosol science and engineering education in the introductory level. Each module in the program contains a narrative of the background/principles and a web calculator/simulator. Through the various modules, you'll be able to learn what aerosol is about, how aerosol moves, how we can measure or collect aerosol, how the aerosol in the atmosphere influences life, and how we can assess the health effects of aerosol.

Learning About Cyclones Optical Particle Counter Respiratory Deposition
Learning About Cyclones Optical Particle Counter Respiratory Deposition
Atmospheric Aerosol
Aerosol Transport
Aerosol Instrumentation
Atmospheric Aerosol Aerosol Transport - Inertia Aerosol Instrumentation
Health Related Aerosol
Aerosol in Health Care Thermophoresis Bioaerosol


Once you are familiar with all the modules, you can then directly access the hub page to use the integrated features of the web calculators/simulators. Data can be transferred between modules only if you start from the hub page.

Access the Hub

Note: The animations require Macromedia Flash Player. If you do not see the animation beside this text, download the Flash Player plugin.

This program is created by the University of Florida and Washington University in St. Louis through the support of NSF Grant No. DUE-0127429 and DUE 0442802. Disclaimer: Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Instructions | Credits

 

University of Florida Washington University in St. Louis

Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences

 
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Center for Instructional Technology & Training  
National Science Foundation