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121. Chemical Effects of CF3H in Extinguishing Counterflow CO/Air/H2 Diffusion Flames.
Published: 7/28/1996
Authors: Gregory T Linteris, G S Fallon, H K Chelliah
Abstract: The relative importance of introducing CF3H as a fire suppressant with the oxidizer or the fuel stream, and its chemical and thermal effects on the extinction condition of counterflow CO/air/H2 diffusion flames, are investigated both experimentally a ...

122. Experimental Study of the Inhibition of Premixed and Diffusion Flames by Iron Pentacarbonyl
Published: 7/21/1996
Authors: D Reinelt, Gregory T Linteris
Abstract: The recent ban on the production of CF3Br has motivated a search for alternate agents for fire suppression; however, a replacement agent with all of the desirable properties of CF3Br is proving difficult to find. While most of the research has co ...

123. Inhibition of Premixed Methane-Air Flames by Fluoromethanes
Published: 4/1/1996
Authors: Gregory T Linteris, L Truett
Abstract: This paper presents the first calculations and measurements of the burning velocity of premixed hydrocarbon flames inhibited by the three one-carbon fluorinated species CH2F2, CF3H, and CF4. The chemistry of these agents is expected to be similar ...

124. Inhibition of Flames by Condensed-Phase Agents
Published: 3/26/1996
Authors: Gregory T Linteris, D Reinelt
Abstract: The ban on the production of the fire suppressant CF3Br has created a need for replacement agents. Obvious alternatives are other halogenated hydrocarbons, and much research has recently been devoted to understanding their relative performance an ...

125. Prediction of HF Formation During Suppression (NIST SP 890)
Series: Special Publication (NIST SP)
Report Number: 890
Published: 11/1/1995
Authors: Gregory T Linteris, G. Gmurczyk
Abstract: The acid gases hydrogen fluoride, hydrogen chloride, and hydrogen bromide (HX, where X denotes a halogen), are thought to be the most damaging and dangerous of the potential decomposition products, and much study has been devoted to determining t ...

126. Effect of CF3H and CF3Br on Laminar Diffusion Flames in Normal and Microgravity
Published: 10/16/1995
Authors: B. A. VanDerWege, M T Bush, S Hochgreb, Gregory T Linteris
Abstract: Due to the ban on production of bromotrifluoromethane (CF3Br) because of its high ozone destruction potential, there has been recent interest in finding a replacement for it for fire extinguishing applications. While a variety of potential replac ...

127. Inhibition of Premixed Methane-Air Flames by Halon Alternatives
Published: 9/10/1995
Authors: Gregory T Linteris, L Truett
Abstract: Halogenated hydrocarbons are effective and widely used as fire suppressants. Because of their suspected destruction of stratospheric ozone, however, the production of these agents, the most popular being halon 1301 (CF3Br), has been discontinued. ...

128. Inhibition of Premixed Methane-Air Flames by Iron Pentacarbonyl
Published: 7/31/1995
Authors: Gregory T Linteris, G. Gmurczyk
Abstract: Brominated fire suppressants are effective and widely used. Due to their destruction of stratospheric ozone, however, the production of these chemical was halted in January 1994. Although testing and development of possible substitutes is occurri ...

129. Parametric Study of Hydrogen Fluoride Formation in Suppressed Fires
Series: OTHER
Published: 5/9/1995
Authors: Gregory T Linteris, G. Gmurczyk
Abstract: Some of the proposed replacements for CF3Br, the fluorinated hydrocarbons, are required in higher concentrations to extinguish fires and contain more halogen atoms per molecule. Since they decompose in the flame, they produce correspondingly more h ...

130. Asymptotic and Numerical Analysis of a Premixed Laminar Nitrogen Dioxide-Hydrogen Flame
Published: 1/1/1995
Authors: Gregory T Linteris, F A Williams
Abstract: A kinetic mechanism of eighty-some reactions for flames in mixtures of hydrogen and nitrogen dioxide is systematically reduced to twenty-four-, eleven-, seven-, two-, and one-step mechanisms. The numerically predicted burning rates for the full m ...

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