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The Forum is intended to provide for dialogue and discussion among fire experts, scientists and consultants. Contributions to The Forum will not be refereed in the conventional sense, but will be subject to review by the Journal's Editorial Board relative to appropriateness, clarity, timeliness,...
Release rate tests were made on upholstery systems at several radiant heat flux levels to determine the effect a fiberglass barrier has on their com bustibility. Four fabrics and two foams were used. From results of release rate tests on these typical upholstery systems, with and without the...
A simple model is developed for predicting the two-dimensional temperature distribution ahead of and behind a flame front in vertical downward flame prop agation over a thick combustible solid. In the model, heat conduction in the solid from the burning region to the unburnt fuel ahead of the...
Prototype aircraft interior panels were installed as ceilings in a quarter-scale enclosure model lined with a non-flammable insulating material. Flashover con ditions were generated by a 52-kilowatt propane burner. The heat requirements for flashover, with an inert ceiling, agreed with those...
Research in combustion toxicology over the past few years has led to a reason able understanding and even quantification of some of the effects of fire effluent toxicants and, with the availability of a modest amount of both non-human primate and human exposure data, the combustion toxicologist...
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