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Thomas, P.H. and Simms, D.L., 1959. THERMAL DAMAGE TO FABRICS AT HIGH INTENSITIES OF RADIATION. Fire Research Notes 392
When the intensity of thermal radiation is greater than a certain value, the total incident energy required to produce the disintegration of a fabric increases with increasing intensity of irradiation, i.e. with decreasing exposure time. This increase in energy has been related to the time lag occurring in the chemical reaction, i.e. the induction period.
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