Simulation Analysis of Toxic Chemical Material Deposition Process Based on Building Protection

Chuang Qiao

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 1161-1165

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Abstract

In order to promote the application of green building materials and prevent the damage to the environment and human body caused by toxic chemical materials in buildings, the simulation analysis method of toxic chemical materials deposition process based on building protection was proposed on the premise of full consideration of building protection. By analyzing the three main toxic components of building toxic chemical materials, formaldehyde, asbestos and stupid, the paper summarizes the influence of the use and waste stages of building chemical materials on the ecological environment. According to the influence status, the deposition process of three main toxic substances in building toxic chemical materials was simulated by using physical meteorological deposition technology and flow tank method. According to the simulation results of the deposition process, a set of reasonable and effective measures to prevent the toxic pollution of construction chemical materials are developed, which can meet the requirement of minimizing the impact on the ecological environment under the condition of building protection.

Keywords

building protection, toxic chemical materials, sedimentary process, simulation

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