Time weighted averages




Time weighted averages


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Meaning of term time weighted averages

The amount of hazardous material collected per cubic meter of air in a measured amount of time averaged over an eight hour day. This takes into account the fact that most hazardous substance exposure is uneven and the TWA gives a figure for total exposure


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Maddy, D. L., Krueger, B. E., &, Hoover, R. L. (1992). Reference and technical manual: A comprehensive guide to stained glass (2nd ed.), 738-764. Lee's Summit, MO: Stained Glass Association of America.


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