The Journal of Biological Physics and Chemistry
Volume 14, Number 4
The problem of contaminated aircraft cabin air
I. Engineering Aspects
A description of the types of high speed rotary shaft seals in gas turbine engines and the implications for cabin air quality
R.K. Flitney pp. 85–89
Routine mechanical causes of aircraft air supply contamination
G.A. Davidson pp. 90–93
Air quality monitoring for the International Space Station applicable to aircraft cabins and cockpits
A. Honne, H. Schumann-Olsen, K. Kaspersen, H. Mosebach and D. Kampf pp. 94–102
II. Health Aspects
Respiratory symptoms and lung injury after inhaling fumes on aircraft: toxic fumes or hyperventilation?
J. Burdon pp. 103–106
Delayed cognitive impairment and pilot incapacitation following contaminated air inhalation
L.W. Coxon pp. 107–110
SPECT evaluation of possible organophosphate exposure
T. Earnest pp. 111–112
Is there such a thing as aerotoxic syndrome?
J.J. Ramsden pp. 113–116
Fumes in the aircraft cabin or cockpit: what air treatment technologies are available?
K. Bull pp. 117–121
A counterpoint to key misperceptions about exposure to aviation engine oil and hydraulic fluid fumes
J. Anderson pp. 122–132
Is it time to act?
S. Michaelis pp. 133–135