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Morgan, H.P., 1977. THE FLOW OF BUOYANT FIRE GASES BENEATH CORRIDOR CEILINGS: A THEORY. Fire Research Notes 1076
Formulae for the mass flux and velocity beneath corridor ceilings of buoyant fire gases are derived theoretically. The theory is based on assumptions applying to simple corridors, of the type often occurring in practice, and on the application of the Steady Flow Energy Equation to the flowing layer. Practical applications of these formulae in calculating flows in corridors, tunnels and malls are discussed.
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