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Anionic Effects in Hot Surface Catalyzed Combustions.

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Author(s)

W W. Bannister, F Lai, W Paramasawat, W Sriseubsai, A Donatelli, J Li, F Bonner, N Schott, P Kurup, J Egan, E.G E. Jahngen, P Muanchareon, N Euaphantasate, S K. Chiang, S Sengupta, C S. Kuo, R Nagarajan, J Chaospukhum, A Meesrisom, V Kongkadee, V Babrauskas
Proceedings Title
Halon Options Technical Working Conference, 16th Proceedings. HOTWC 2006
Conference Dates
May 16-18, 2006
Conference Location
Albuquerque, NM

Keywords

halon alternatives, halons, halon 1301, fire suppression, anionic effects, combustion, hydrocarbons, oxidation, equations, free radicals, air, hot surfaces, catalysts, electrostatic field, electrostatic charges

Citation

Bannister, W. , Lai, F. , Paramasawat, W. , Sriseubsai, W. , Donatelli, A. , Li, J. , Bonner, F. , Schott, N. , Kurup, P. , Egan, J. , Jahngen, E. , Muanchareon, P. , Euaphantasate, N. , Chiang, S. , Sengupta, S. , Kuo, C. , Nagarajan, R. , Chaospukhum, J. , Meesrisom, A. , Kongkadee, V. and Babrauskas, V. (2006), Anionic Effects in Hot Surface Catalyzed Combustions., Halon Options Technical Working Conference, 16th Proceedings. HOTWC 2006, Albuquerque, NM, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=916673 (Accessed April 20, 2024)
Created May 16, 2006, Updated February 17, 2017