A series of new reduced-scale compartment fire experiments were conducted, which included local measurements of temperature and species composition. The measurements are unique to the compartment fire literature. By design, the experiments provided a comprehensive and quantitative assessment of major and minor carbonaceous gaseous species and soot at two locations in the upper layer of fire in a 2/5 scale International Organization for Standards (ISO)9705 room.
Citation: Technical Note (NIST TN) - 1483
NIST Pub Series: Technical Note (NIST TN)
Pub Type: NIST PubsReport Number:
compartment fires, heat products, combustion products, ventilation, enclosures, burners, heat release rate, temperature, velocity, soot, heat flux, fuels, fire spread, doors, construction materials, carbon balance method, combustion efficiency, chemical analysis, thermocouples, probes, gas chromatography