In the Berlin Philharmonic Hall, the Aerosol Transmission Measurement System (ATMoS) was used by the Institute (Labor für Biofluidmechanik) in cooperation with the Technical University of Berlin (Prof. Paschereit, Experimentelle Strömungsmechanik) to investigate aerosol dispersion and aerosol transmission in order to assess the potential risk of infection between the audience in the main hall of the Philharmonic Hall and in the chamber music hall. Measurements were also taken on the stages in order to be able to provide a risk assessment for the musicians. First, a qualitative investigation was carried out with smoke to visualize the hall flow. Depending on this, so-called emitter and absorber dummies were positioned in the blocks for the quantitative investigation.
Experimental Fluid MechanicsCharité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin
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