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1. An Uncertainty Analysis of Mean Flow Velocity Measurements Used to Quantify Emissions from Stationary Sources
Published: 5/20/2014
Authors: Rodney A Bryant, Olatunde B. Sanni, Elizabeth F Moore, Matthew F Bundy, Aaron N Johnson
Abstract: Point velocity measurements conducted by traversing a pitot tube across the cross section of a flow conduit continues to be the standard practice for evaluating the accuracy of continuous flow monitoring devices. Such velocity traverses were condu ...

2. Analysis of Thermocouple Behavior in Compartment Fires
Published: 9/27/2007
Authors: Sung C. Kim, Anthony P Hamins, Matthew F Bundy, Gwon Ko, Erik L Johnsson
Abstract: The present study uses numerical simulations and analytical solutions to investigate the heat transfer processes associated with bare bead and double shield aspirated thermocouples. The uncertainty of thermocouple temperature measurements is emphasiz ...

3. Bench-Scale Flammability Measures for Electronic Equipment
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 7031
Published: 7/1/2003
Authors: Matthew F Bundy, Thomas J. Ohlemiller
Abstract: An experimental study of the bench-scale fire performance of 18 commercial polymeric materials was conducted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. The performance of these materials was characterized using three standard flammabilit ...

4. Characterization of Candle Flames
Published: 11/1/2005
Authors: Anthony P Hamins, Matthew F Bundy, Scott E. Dillon
Abstract: Common household open flame and radiant ignition sources are the actual or suspected cause for many fires. The purpose of this research is to identify the burning behavior and properties of common candles in order to provide additional tools for use ...

5. Characterization of Candles Flames as Ignition Sources
Published: 11/1/2005
Authors: Scott E. Dillon, Anthony P Hamins, Matthew F Bundy
Abstract: Common household open flame and radiant ignition sources are the actual or suspected cause for many fires. Because of their popular use, fire investigators have identified candles as one of the most important of these ignition sources. In spite of ...

6. Chemical Species and Temperature Mapping in Full Scale Underventilated Compartment Fires
Published: 7/5/2010
Authors: Andrew J. Lock, Matthew F Bundy, Erik L Johnsson, Kelly M Opert, Anthony P Hamins, Cheolhong Hwang, Ki Yong Lee
Abstract: Many injuries and deaths throughout the world are caused by fires each year. Many of the deaths are the result of toxic gas inhalation, such as carbon monoxide, by a victim remote from the actual fire source. In order to facilitate better building st ...

7. Comparing Methods for Determining Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Stationary Sources
Published: 3/3/2014
Authors: Rodney A Bryant, Matthew F Bundy, Ruowen Zong
Abstract: The largest source of carbon dioxide emissions is fossil fuel combustion. Since 1990, more than 90% of carbon dioxide emissions within the United States have come from fossil fuel combustion. Stationary sources such as power plants and industrial ...

8. Cone Calorimeter Analysis of UL-94 V-Rated Plastics
Published: 6/1/2007
Authors: A B. Morgan, Matthew F Bundy
Abstract: Cone calorimeter analysis was conducted on 18 thermoplastics with different UL-94 vertical burn test (V) ratings. Ratings varied from V-0 to no rating (NR), and the types of thermoplastics included were polycarbonate (PC), acrylonitrile-butadiene-sty ...

9. Creeping Flame Spread Along Fuel Cylinders in Forced and Natural Flows and Microgravity
Published: 7/20/2000
Authors: M A Delichatsios, R A Altenkirch, Matthew F Bundy, S Bhattacharjee, L Tang, K Sacksteder
Abstract: Semianalytical expressions are developed for creeping flame spread parallel to a fuel cylinder axis so that spread rates measured or predicted for flat surfaces over the same material can be directly used for cylindrical surfaces. Two phenomena are i ...

Published: 9/25/2011
Authors: Seul-Hyun Park, Samuel L Manzello, Matthew F Bundy, Tensei Mizukami
Abstract: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Center for Better Living (CBL) have formed an international collaboration to assess the performance and failure mechanisms of gypsum wall assemblies under real fires/furnace conditions ...

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