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Equations (November 2013)

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Resident Soil Equations

Composite Worker Soil Equations

This land use is for developing industrial default screening levels that are presented in the Generic Tables.

Outdoor Worker Soil Equations

This land use is only presented in the calculator portion of this tool and is not part of the Generic Tables.

Indoor Worker Soil Equations

This land use is only presented in the calculator portion of this tool and is not part of the Generic Tables.

Construction Worker Soil Equations for Standard Vehicle Traffic

This land use is only presented in the calculator portion of this tool and is not part of the Generic Tables.

Construction Worker Soil Equations for Other than Standard Vehicle Traffic (e.g. grading, tilling, excavating, dozing and wind)

This land use is only presented in the calculator portion of this tool and is not part of the Generic Tables.

Recreational Soil/Sediment Equations

This land use is only presented in the calculator portion of this tool and is not part of the Generic Tables.

Recreator Surface Water Equations

This land use is only presented in the calculator portion of this tool and is not part of the Generic Tables.

Tap Water Equations

Resident Air Equations

Worker Air Equations

This land use is for developing industrial default screening levels that are presented in the Generic Tables.

  • Noncarcinogenic
    • Inhalation


  • Carcinogenic
    • Inhalation


Fish Ingestion Equations

This land use is only presented in the calculator portion of this tool and is not part of the Generic Tables.

     

  • Noncarcinogenic


  • Carcinogenic


Supporting Equations

  • Wind Particulate Emission Factor


  • Wind Volatilization Factors



  • Mechanical Particulate Emission Factor for Construction Worker from Vehicle Traffic on Unpaved Roads


  • Mechanical Particulate Emission Factor for Construction Worker from other than Vehicle Traffic on Unpaved Roads


  • Unlimited Source Subchronic Volatilization Factor for Construction Worker


  • Mass Limit Subchronic Volatilization Factor for Construction Worker


  • Soil Saturation Limit


  • Diffusivity in Water


  • Diffusivity in Air


Soil to Groundwater Equations

  • Method 1


  • Method 2


  • Dilution Factor



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