Characterization and Toxicity of Smoke
12 peer-reviewed papers on smoke toxicity, smoke chemistry, and smoke characterization. Studies address smoke hazard assessment, smoke spread modeling, appropriateness of toxicity tests, appropriateness of animal species as human substitutes, effect of materials on nuclear winter, and more. For researchers, regulators, producers, and those involved in the field of smoke research.
Table of Contents
The Toxicity of Hydrogen Chloride and of the Smoke Generated by Poly (Vinyl Chloride), Including Effects on Various Animal Species, and the Implications for Fire Safety
Hinderer R., Hirschler M.
Relationship Between Generation of CO and CO2 and Toxicity of the Environments Created by Materials in Flaming and Nonflaming Fires and Effect of Fire Ventilation
Developments in International Smoke Obscuration Tests and British Assessment Procedures for Smoke Hazards in Fire Scenarios Containing Plastics
Predicting the Toxic Hazard of Cable Fires
Clarke F., Steele S., van Kuijk H.
Investigation of the Dual LC50 Values in Woods Using the University of Pittsburgh Combustion Toxicity Apparatus
Performance Testing for the Corrosivity of Smoke
Babrauskas V., Hirschler M., O'Neill T., Ryan J.
Steady State Combustion of Polymeric Materials
Generation of Smoke from Electrical Cables
Khan M., Tewarson A.
Smoke Characterization in Enclosure Environments
Correlation of Wood Smoke Produced from NBS Smoke Chamber and OSU Heat Release Apparatus
The Use of Medium-Scale Experiments to Determine Smoke Characteristics
Brown N., Dod R., Fleischmann C., Mowrer F., Novakov T., Williamson R.
Experimental Fire Tower Studies on Controlling Smoke Movement Caused by Stack and Wind Action
Klote J., Tamura G.
Paper ID: STP1082-EB
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