Fuel Values and Burning Times of Selected Fuel Arrays.
NAVAL ORDNANCE LAB WHITE OAK MD
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Fuel values and burning times of seventeen selected window fuel arrays were determined experimentally for conditions under which the arrays are commonly found. The results were compared with predicted fuel values and burning times made in conjunction with surveys of Providence and Detroit. The results indicate that the fuel values for the burning arrays are on the average 50 percent lower than those predicted. The flaming time of the fuels was found to be twice to six times those predicted, however the hanging fuels fell to the floor in considerably shorter times than the estimated burning times. Some of the implications of the results to room flashover are discussed. Author
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