News & Events > Respiratory Webinar: How to Use the RIFM 2-Box Air Dispersion Modeling Tool for Assessing Inhalation Exposure
Date/s: 5/31/12 - 5/31/12
Respiratory Webinar: How to Use the RIFM 2-Box Air Dispersion Modeling Tool for Assessing Inhalation Exposure
We are not able to provide the presentation from the webinar but if you and your colleagues are interested in further instruction on the RIFM 2-Box Air Dispersion Model, available from the RIFM Database, contact Dr. Madhuri Singal, email@example.com.
RIFM conducted a free informational webinar regarding The RIFM 2-Box Air Dispersion Model. The objective of the webinar is to educate users of this software program that is now available to RIFM members. The program is a computational indoor air exposure model that characterizes the movement of a single chemical inside a room of interest and the remaining space in a house. The program allows for the determination of air concentrations from the time of initial exposure until the end of a defined day (24 hours). The model is designed to account for different types of air care and consumer products under defined consumer use conditions. The goal of this webinar is to walk participants through the use of the software program. In alignment with the previously demonstrated MPPD program, this software will function independently but also in conjunction with MPPD as well. Additionally, the 2-Box Air Dispersion Model has been instrumental in the Systemic Quantitative Risk Assessment task force efforts to evaluate exposure from dermal, oral, and inhalation routes.