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Measurements Of The Transient Development Of A Ceiling Layer

Palm, S. and Zukoski, E.E., 1994. Measurements Of The Transient Development Of A Ceiling Layer. Fire Safety Science 4: 325-335. doi:10.3801/IAFSS.FSS.4-325


The results of a study of the transient production of CO and other species in a ceiling layer during the development of the layer are presented. The aim of this work is to produce a set of data that can be used as a check on models for species production, particularly of carbon monoxide production, in strongly vitiated ceiling layers under transient conditions.


transient, diffusion flames, species production, carbon monoxide

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