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Thomas, P.H., Simms, D.L. and Law, M., 1956. THE EFFECT OF MOISTURE CONTENT ON THE SPONTANEOUS IGNITION OF WOOD BY RADIATION. Fire Research Notes 280
The time taken to ignite wood by a given intensity of irradiation increases with increasing moisture content. These times have been measured over a range of intensities and moisture contents for woods of different densities. An empirical relation has been developed using a theoretical model which predicts these increased times satisfactorily.
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