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Ashton, L.A. and Malhotra, H.L., 1960. THE PROTECTION OF OPENINGS AGAINST SPREAD OF FIRE FROM STOREY TO STOREY. Fire Research Notes 436
Building Codes and Byelaws at present generally include requirements aimed at reducing the risk of fire spreading from storey to storey through the windows. Experiments have been made both with model rooms and large scale structures to determine the protective value of these requirements and whether relaxations could be justified. This paper describes the large scale experiments on a four-storey building erected for the purpose.
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