Multi- Chamber Concentration and Exposure Model (MCCEM)

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This page provides a description and a link to a "Multi- Chamber Concentration and Exposure Model (MCCEM)" modeling tool that can be used for modeling exposure levels or information needed in exposure assessment.

Short description

With MCCEM you can estimate average and peak indoor air concentrations of chemicals released from products or materials in houses, apartments, townhouses, or other residences. The data libraries contained in MCCEM are limited to residential settings. However, the model can be used to assess other indoor environments (e.g. schools, offices) if the user can supply the necessary inputs. You can also estimate inhalation exposures to these chemicals, calculated as single day doses, chronic average daily doses, or lifetime average daily doses. (All dose estimates are potential doses; they do not account for actual absorption into the body.)


Key words

intake, inhalation, indoor air, modeling, residents, homes, doses