Asumisterveysohje - Asuntojen ja muiden oleskelutilojen
fysikaaliset, kemialliset ja mikrobiologiset tekijät. Sosiaali- ja terveysministeriön oppaita 2003.
Asumisterveysopas : Sosiaali- ja terveysministeriön Asumisterveysohjeen (STM:n oppaita 2003:1) soveltamisopas
Palomäki, Eero: Rakennusmateriaalit ja terveys
Seuri, Markku ; Reiman, Marjut: Rakennusten kosteusvauriot, home ja terveys
lectures, assignments, presentations, laboratory work
The theory part:
The course consists of 9 lectures. The lectures will include assignments. The outputs are evaluated as a whole on a scale of 0-5.
Own presentation in a group of 2-3 persons. Evaluation 0-5. Activity and participation have an increasing impact on the grade.
80% attendance required. Also the absentees have to produce lecture-related output (notes, learning diary work or assignments) and a research seminar presentation.
The laboratory work
Evaluating pass / fail
Alternative method: Task.
03.09.2019 - 13.10.2019
10.06.2019 - 03.09.2019
Leila Kakko, Tuuli Välineva
Degree Programme in Laboratory Engineering
TAMK Main Campus
Laboratory work can be replaced with a written assignment.
lectures and laboratory work 29 h
independent work ~51 h
The student knows the most common concepts related to building health. The student knows the principles of indoor climate quality classification. The student knows the most common chemical, microbiological and physical factors related to indoor air quality. The student knows the most important research and measurement methods used in the assessment of building health and indoor air quality and the related sampling.
The student can explain the most common concepts related to building health. The student knows the quality rating of indoor climate and understands how legislation regulates indoor air quality. The student is able to describe chemical, microbiological and physical factors related to indoor air quality and their effects. The student is able to describe the key research and measurement methods and related sampling used in the assessment of structural health and indoor air quality, and will understand the sources of error associated with sampling and analysis methods.
The student is able to explain the concepts related to building health and the quality classification of indoor climate and is familiar with the relevant legislation. The student is able to explain the chemical, microbiological and physical factors related to indoor air quality and to understand how they affect building health as a whole.
The student is able to explain the main research and measurement methods used in the assessment of structural health and indoor air quality and related sampling, to evaluate the quality factors of samples and analyzes and their results based on literature and reference values.
The requirements for grade 1 are not fullfilled