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121. Inhibitor Influence on the Bistability of a CSTR
Published: 1/1/1997
Authors: Valeri Ivan Babushok, T Noto, Donald R Burgess Jr., Anthony P Hamins, Wing Tsang
Abstract: Methane combustion in a continuously stirred flow tank reactor (CSTR) in the presence and absence of chemical inhibitors such as CF3I, CF3Br, CF3H, and a chemically inert gas with high heat capacity is simulated with the CHEMKIN program. The aim of t ...

122. Radiative Emission Fraction of Pool Fires Burning Silicone Fluids
Published: 1/1/1997
Authors: R Buch, Anthony P Hamins, K Konishi, D. Mattingly, Takashi Kashiwagi
Abstract: The steady-state mass burning flux and the radiative flux profiles to the surroundings were measured for a series of burning silicone fluids and organic fuels in 0.1-m, 0.3-m, 0.6-m and 1-m pool burners. Short-chain silicone oligomers and aliphatic/a ...

123. Influence of CF3I, CF3Br, and CF3H on the High-Temperature Combustion of Methane
Published: 12/1/1996
Authors: Valeri Ivan Babushok, T Noto, D R. Burgess, Anthony P Hamins, Wing Tsang
Abstract: The effects of a number of flame retardants (CF3I, CF3Br, and CF3H) on the high-temperature reactions of methane with air in a plug flow reactor are studied by numerical simulations using the Sandia Chemkin Code. The dependence of (a) the ignition de ...

124. Combustion of Polymethylmethacrylate Spheres at Normal and Reduced Gravity (NISTIR 5904)
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 5904
Published: 10/28/1996
Authors: Jiann C Yang, Anthony P Hamins, N Gorchkov, M Glover
Abstract: Polymer combustion is a highly complicated process where chemical reactions may occur not only in the gas phase, but also in the condensed phase as well as at the solid-gas interphase. The complication arises due to the coupling between the condensed ...

125. Computations of Inhibition Effectiveness of Halogenated Compounds in Premixed Flames (NISTIR 5904)
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 5904
Published: 10/1/1996
Authors: Valeri Ivan Babushok, T Noto, Anthony P Hamins, Wing Tsang
Abstract: The burning velocity is an important parameter which characterizes the inhibition efficiency of halon-containing additives employed as flame retardants. The burning velocity decreased with increasing inhibitor concentration. Rosser et al. studied exp ...

126. Effect of Halogenated Flame Inhibitors on C1-C2 Organic Flames
Published: 7/28/1996
Authors: T Noto, Valeri Ivan Babushok, Donald R Burgess Jr., Anthony P Hamins, Wing Tsang, A W Miziolek
Abstract: The influence of CF3Br, CF3I, CF4, CHF3, C2F6, and C2HF on laminar flame propagation in mixtures of CH4, CH3OH, C2H6, and C2H4 with air has been determined by numerical simulaitons. Comparisons are made with experimental results and earlier calculati ...

127. Global Properties of Gaseous Pool Fires
Published: 7/28/1996
Authors: Anthony P Hamins, K Konishi, Robert P. Borthwick, Takashi Kashiwagi
Abstract: Global flame properties were measured as a function of fuel mass in a series of experiments conducted on gaseous pool fires burning in a quiescent environment. The measurements included radiative heat loss, heat transfer to the burner, and sensible e ...

128. Suppression of a Baffle-Stabilized Spray Flame by Halogenated Agents
Published: 7/28/1996
Authors: Anthony P Hamins, Cary Presser, L Melton
Abstract: A series of experiments was conducted on baffle-stabilized spray flames in an effort to provide an improved understanding of the influence of various parameters on the processes controlling flame suppression. Measurements were made of the agent mass ...

129. Polymer Combustion and New Flame Retardants
Published: 5/20/1996
Authors: Takashi Kashiwagi, Anthony P Hamins, Kenneth David Steckler, Jeffrey W Gilman
Abstract: The combustion of polymers is a complex coupled process characterized by energy feedback from a flame to the polymer surface and subsequent gasification of the polymer to generate combustible degradation products. Energy feedback characteristics for ...

130. Heat Release Mechanisms in Inhibited Laminar Counterflow Flames (Journal)
Published: 1/1/1996
Authors: Ki Yong Lee, Don J. Cha, Anthony P Hamins, I K Puri
Abstract: Due to the participation of inhibitors in flame chemistry, it is difficult to concurrently characterize the complex interaction between their cooling action, and the chemical inhibition (which decrease temperature), and their contribution of heat rel ...

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