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Bowes, P.C., 1974. IGNITION DUE TO SELF-HEATING IN A PLANE SLAB WITH A CONSTANT HEAT FLUX ON ONE FACE. Fire Research Notes 1020
This note gives a theoretical analysis of ignition due to self-heating in a plane slab with one face exposed to a constant heat flux and with the other face maintained at a constant temperature. The results are applicable to practical situations such as the ignition of panels by nearby flue pipes and the ignition of thick layers of combustible dust on enclosed electrical equipment.