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Lawson, D.I., 1954. THE SPREAD OF FLAME ALONG VERTICALLY HANGING FABRICS. Fire Research Notes 129
Materials generally propagate flame most rapidly when hanging vertically. It has been reported (1) that an empirical relation shows the vertical speed of burning for cellulosic materials such as paper wood veneers and cotton to be inversely proportional to the weight per unit area.