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Vertical wall fire in a stratified atmosphere

A. K. Kulkarni

Vertical wall fire in a stratified atmosphere

by A. K. Kulkarni

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Published by Pennsylvania State University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Technical Information Service, distributor in University Park, PA, [Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fire testing -- Mathematical models,
  • Walls -- Testing -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAnil K. Kulkarni, Jen-Jyn Hwang and Shao-Luen Chou
    SeriesNBS-GCR -- 87-525, NBS-GCR -- 87-525
    ContributionsHwang, Jen-Jyn, Chou, Shao-Luen, Pennsylvania State University. Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Center for Fire Research (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 54 p. :
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14649114M

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Vertical wall fire in a stratified atmosphere by A. K. Kulkarni Download PDF EPUB FB2

Part A. Experiments on wall fire in a stratified ambient atmosphere --pt. B.A mathematical model for a turbulent natural convection flow over a vertical wall immersed in a stratified atmosphere. Series Title: NBS-GCR, Responsibility: Anil K. Kulkarni, Jen-Jyn Hwang and Shao-Luen Chou.

An Experimental Study of Vertical Wall Fire in a Stratified Ambient Atmosphere J. Hwang* A. Kulkarni Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania I Experiments were conducted on flat, vertical samples of polymethylmetha- crylate burning in ambient atmospheres having nonuniform vertical distribu- tion of temperature and oxygen mass Cited by: 1.

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