Fully-developed Fire Temperature in a Compartment with Varying Wood Fuel Loads

Keisuke Himoto, Masaki Noaki & Ken Matsuyama
Appropriate evaluation of fire behavior during the fully-developed phase is important for assessing the risk of building collapse and fire spread to adjacent buildings. In this study, a series of model experiments was conducted to investigate the fire behavior in compartments with varying wood fuel loads. Under small opening conditions, the increase in the wood fuel load had no notable effect on the heat release rate (HRR), but increased the fire duration and gas temperature....
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