By Vincenzo Belgiorno, Vincenzo Naddeo, Tiziano Zarra

Content material:
Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–5): V. Naddeo, V. Belgiorno and T. Zarra
Chapter 2 Odour Characterization and publicity results (pages 7–29): V. Naddeo, V. Belgiorno and T. Zarra
Chapter three tools and strategies for Odour Sampling and size (pages 31–83): T. Zarra, V. Naddeo, V. Belgiorno, T. Higuchi, N. Dutta and M. Bhuyan
Chapter four ideas for Odour regulate (pages 85–124): J. M. Estrada, R. Lebrero, G. Quijano, N. J. R. Kraakman and R. Munoz
Chapter five Dispersion Modelling for Odour publicity review (pages 125–174): M. Piringer and G. Schauberger
Chapter 6 Odour rules and guidelines (pages 175–186): S. Sironi, L. Capelli, L. Dentoni and R. Del Rosso
Chapter 7 systems for Odour effect evaluate (pages 187–203): V. Naddeo, V. Belgiorno and T. Zarra
Chapter eight Case stories for review, regulate and Prediction of Odour effect (pages 205–283): J. Lehtinen, S. Giuliani, T. Zarra, M. Reiser, V. Naddeo, M. Kranert, V. Belgiorno, A.C. Romain, J. Nicolas, I. Sowka, K.Y. Wang, N. Kalogerakis and M. Lazaridis

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Dynamic olfactometry allows us to determine the odour concentration (Cod ) of an odorous air sample relating to the sensation caused by the sample directly on a panel of opportunely selected people. Cod is expressed in European odour units per cubic metre (ouE m−3 ), and it represents the number of dilutions with neutral air that are necessary to bring the odorous sample to its odour detection threshold concentration. Dilution may be static or dynamic. The first includes the mixing of fixed volumes of odour with neutral air, while the second includes the mixing of separate volumes.

In fact, on numerous occasions, more importance is attributed to bad odours than to more hazardous pollutants not directly perceivable by our senses. 5 Odour Annoyance and Nuisance Health, according to the well-known definition of the World Health Organization (WHO), is not only absence of disease but a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing. Disturbed wellbeing in general is nonspecific, that is, without reference to a causative condition, which is typically attributed subjectively.

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