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Tanaka, T., Nakaya, I. and Yoshida, M., 1986. Full Scale Experiments For Determining The Burning Conditions To Be Applied To Toxicity Tests. Fire Safety Science 1: 129-138. doi:10.3801/IAFSS.FSS.1-129
A series of full scale steady state fire experiments were conducted with a propane burner as the fire source in an attempt to determine the thermal and atmospheric conditions to which building materials are likely to be subjected in the event of a building fire. As a result of the experiments, a close coupling was revealed between the temperature elevation and the oxygen depletion in the room of origin. Based on this finding and the results of other experiments with a crib fire source, some thoughts are presented on the burning conditions to be applied to toxicity test apparatus.
Full-scale experiments, Ignition sources: propane burner, Oxygen: depletion, Propane burner, Structural materials: atmospheric conditions, Structural materials: thermal conditions, Toxicity: burning conditions, Toxicity: full scale tests, Toxicity: test apparatus, Toxicity: tests
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