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Applications of Fire Calorimetry A Round Table Discussion Held at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland 8th July 2004

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Author(s)

R Lyon, T R. Hull, Marc R. Nyden

Abstract

This document summarizes the discussions during a meeting that was convened to bring together fire scientists and engineers familiar with fire calorimeters and the use of fire calorimeter data for estimating the fire hazard of materials. The objectives of the meeting were to recommend procedures for evaluating data for unsteady burning in bench-scale fire calorimeters, to identify the important material and fire properties needed for fire hazard prediction, and to suggest procedures to extract material properties and fire parameters from experimental data for unsteady burning.
Citation
International Journal of Web Services Research

Keywords

bench-scale fire calorimetry, cone calorimetry, materials flammability

Citation

Lyon, R. , Hull, T. and Nyden, M. (2021), Applications of Fire Calorimetry A Round Table Discussion Held at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland 8th July 2004, International Journal of Web Services Research (Accessed December 3, 2021)
Created October 12, 2021