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Santa Ana Fire Department Experiment at 1315 South Bristol, July 14, 1994. Report of Test.

Published

Author(s)

Anthony D. Putorti Jr., William D. Walton, W H. Twilley, Scott Deal, John Albers

Abstract

This report of test addresses a fire experiment conducted on July 14, 1994 in a vacant single family dwelling at 1315 South Bristol Street in Santa Ana, California. Fire phenomena measured included: temperatures within various rooms, the velocity and temperature of outflowing cases, smoke detector activation time, sprinkler activation times, and time to full room involvement.
Citation
Report of Test FR 3995

Keywords

fire departments, experiments, home fires, residential buildings, smoke detectors, sprinklers, temperature, large scale fire tests, single family dwellings, sprinkler activation

Citation

Putorti, A. , Walton, W. , Twilley, W. , Deal, S. and Albers, J. (1994), Santa Ana Fire Department Experiment at 1315 South Bristol, July 14, 1994. Report of Test., Report of Test FR 3995, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=911216 (Accessed June 13, 2024)

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Created August 31, 1994, Updated February 19, 2017