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Thermocouples have been widely used to measure temperature in research and industry. For the purpose of building fire experiments, the thermo couple has been and will be a major instrument to obtain the temperature field of the fire environment, and hence to quantify the intensity of building...
The effect of an object in or near a large fire on the physical pro cesses which result in the heat flux from the fire is defined by the object geometry and temperature, and therefore the fire phenomena and the object physical states can be coupled. Two primary modes of coupling, radiative and...
The effect of high temperature additives in intumescent systems was examined in a laboratory environment. A matrix of ceramic fibers/minerals was incorporated into two intumescent systems. The material performance was determined using a series of small-scale propane-fired furnace tests based on...
Part 1 of this two part paper describes the development of a theo retical model for the interaction of the moving heat source and a solid substrate when they are in contact. For purposes of the model the substrate is assumed to act as a continuum and the Fourier equation for transient,...
A sample of Sitka Spruce litter has been examined in a microcalo rimeter at temperatures up to 58°C, and kinetic parameters deduced from the re sults in a way which is explained step by step. The kinetic parameters were then used to predict the ignition temperature of the material in a field...
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