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Nine papers are featured. Two review the role of ASTM in fire modeling and describe ASTM E 906. Other papers present: a new simple model of fire growth in a compartment; a model of hydrogen chloride and decay; a fire loss modeling code for industrial facilities; characteristic times for describing forced-ventilation enclosure fires; optical and gravimetric soot measuring techniques for the cone calorimeter; a computer model for the heat release rate of wood; and a benchmark compartment fire model computer code.
The Role of ASTM in Fire Modeling
Release Rate Tests for a Mathematical Model
Green T., Smith E.
Model for the Mass Transfer and Decay of Hydrogen Chloride in a Fire Scenario
Galloway F., Hirschler M.
Defining Characteristic Times in Forced Ventilation Enclosure Fires
Alvares N., Foote K., Pagni P.
Smoke and Soot Data Determinations in the Cone Calorimeter
Babrauskas V., Mulholland G.
A Program for the Development of a Benchmark Compartment Fire Model Computer Code
Cooper L., Mitler H., Rockett J., Stroup D.