Elliott T. Gall
Elliott T. Gall
Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Portland State University
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Measuring the penetration of ambient ozone into residential buildings
B Stephens, ET Gall, JA Siegel
Environmental science & technology 46 (2), 929-936, 2012
Passive reduction of human exposure to indoor ozone
DA Kunkel, ET Gall, JA Siegel, A Novoselac, GC Morrison, RL Corsi
Building and Environment 45 (2), 445-452, 2010
Indoor air pollution in developing countries: research and implementation needs for improvements in global public health
ET Gall, EM Carter, C Matt Earnest, B Stephens
American journal of public health 103 (4), e67-e72, 2013
Evaluation of three common green building materials for ozone removal, and primary and secondary emissions of aldehydes
E Gall, E Darling, JA Siegel, GC Morrison, RL Corsi
Atmospheric Environment 77, 910-918, 2013
Barriers and opportunities for passive removal of indoor ozone
ET Gall, RL Corsi, JA Siegel
Atmospheric environment 45 (19), 3338-3341, 2011
Ozone reaction with interior building materials: Influence of diurnal ozone variation, temperature and humidity
D Rim, ET Gall, RL Maddalena, WW Nazaroff
Atmospheric Environment 125, 15-23, 2016
Longitudinal assessment of thermal and perceived air quality acceptability in relation to temperature, humidity, and CO2 exposure in Singapore
TCT Cheung, S Schiavon, ET Gall, M Jin, WW Nazaroff
Building and Environment 115, 80-90, 2017
Impact of physical properties on ozone removal by several porous materials
ET Gall, RL Corsi, JA Siegel
Environmental science & technology 48 (7), 3682-3690, 2014
Exposure to particulate matter and ozone of outdoor origin in Singapore
ET Gall, A Chen, VWC Chang, WW Nazaroff
Building and Environment 93, 3-13, 2015
Indoor and outdoor particulate matter in primary school classrooms with fan-assisted natural ventilation in Singapore
A Chen, ET Gall, VWC Chang
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 23 (17), 17613-17624, 2016
Effectiveness of indoor plants for passive removal of indoor ozone
OA Abbass, DJ Sailor, ET Gall
Building and Environment 119, 62-70, 2017
Evaluation of nitrous acid sources and sinks in urban outflow
ET Gall, RJ Griffin, AL Steiner, J Dibb, E Scheuer, L Gong, AP Rutter, ...
Atmospheric Environment 127, 272-282, 2016
Effect of fiber material on ozone removal and carbonyl production from carpets
OA Abbass, DJ Sailor, ET Gall
Atmospheric Environment 148, 42-48, 2017
Bioaerosol deposition on an air-conditioning cooling coil
Y Wu, A Chen, I Luhung, ET Gall, Q Cao, VWC Chang, WW Nazaroff
Atmospheric Environment 144, 257-265, 2016
Real-time monitoring of personal exposures to carbon dioxide
ET Gall, T Cheung, I Luhung, S Schiavon, WW Nazaroff
Building and Environment 104, 59-67, 2016
Ozone reaction with human surfaces: Influences of surface reaction probability and indoor air flow condition
D Rim, ET Gall, S Ananth, Y Won
Building and Environment 130, 40-48, 2018
Modeling ozone removal to indoor materials, including the effects of porosity, pore diameter, and thickness
ET Gall, JA Siegel, RL Corsi
Environmental science & technology 49 (7), 4398-4406, 2015
New directions: Potential climate and productivity benefits from CO2 capture in commercial buildings
ET Gall, WW Nazaroff
Home energy-efficiency retrofits
B Stephens, EM Carter, ET Gall, CM Earnest, EA Walsh, DE Hun, ...
Environmental health perspectives 119 (7), a283-a284, 2011
Particulate matter in urban nursery schools: A case study of Seoul, Korea during winter months
D Rim, ET Gall, JB Kim, GN Bae
Building and Environment 119, 1-10, 2017
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