A photocatalytic facade for air pollution mitigation
Gil Rivas, Dante
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Exposure of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) caused by anthropogenic sources result in health impact, environmental impact, neurological impact, and equity impact. The project's proposal is to carry out a literature review and to develop an air depolluting facade design that primarily improves the interior air quality of buildings, resulting in a healthy interior space for people. Secondarily, the air depolluting facade improves the environment due to enhanced building performance based on the design, material consideration, and technology application. The air depolluting facade provides various benefits such as a low maintenance system, a passive solution, solar control, and daylight illumination.
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