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Samanian S, Bahmani S. Monitoring of atmospheric pollutants Carpet Museum of Iran for proactive protection carpet museum. goljaam 2019; 15 (35) :239-256
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1- Shiraz University
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The greatest reputation of Iranian handmade carpets is after the beauty of its design, its brightness, its durability and its longevity. Some of these carpets, which are a valuable treasure of the art of this border, are kept in museums and collections that are surrounded by conditions Non-normative acts cause serious damage, and sometimes even damage to them.
Air pollutants are very numerous in terms of their origin and health effects, and it is virtually impossible to check all of them. Therefore, a group of air pollutants, called carbon monoxide, ozone, particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide, are commonly studied. Therefore, considering the importance and necessity of controlling pollutants and their essential role in managing environmental conditions, it is necessary to identify major pollutants in the museum and how their effective control in the environment is the main objective of this research. . Important factors such as dust, carbon oxides, sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides should be analyzed instantaneously and permanently in order to control compliance with standard standards in the carpet museum environment.
This research is a descriptive cross-sectional study carried out with environmental studies, statistical and sampling methods as well as library and laboratory studies. To identify and introduce atmospheric contaminants and to study, measure and monitor these factors in the museum to identify the most practical And the most appropriate carpet and carpet maintenance method. Therefore, the carpet museum in Tehran has been selected to implement these methods. Finally, it was determined that the pollutants in the Persian carpet museum were in the year 1395; in the summer, it was more than the winter season. Which was the most infected months of the year in the summer of August (due to the highest occurrence of dust phenomena) and January-December (due to the most invasive phenomenon). March was the most desirable month of the year due to the increasing volatility of atmospheric conditions and the reduction of urban traffic volumes.
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Received: 2018/01/31 | Accepted: 2019/07/26 | Published: 2020/08/28

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