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O'dogherty, M.J. and Young, R.A., 1965. THE PERFORMANCE OF AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEMS PART II - THE EFFECT OF WATER APPLICATION RATE AND FIRE SIZE ON THE EXTINCTION OF WOODEN CRIB FIRES. Fire Research Notes 603
This report describes experiments on the extinction of wooden crib fires by water spray. A study was made of the effect of variations in water application rate, the rate. of heat output of the fire, and crib construction. Measurements were made of fire spread, extinction time, quantity of water required for extinction, and air temperatures at ceiling level of the building used.