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Название: Scale Modeling in Fire // Proceedings of the Ninth International Seminar on Fire and Explosion Hazards. Vol. 1: 21-26 April 2019, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Авторы: Quintiere J. G.
Организация: University of Maryland; Q DOT
Выходные сведения: Saint Petersburg, 2019
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Тип документа: Статья, доклад
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Язык: Английский
DOI: 10.18720/SPBPU/2/k19-138
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Following Ref. [17], a review is made of work on scale modeling in fire is presented from the experience of the author. Primarily scale modeling in air is discussed but there is a brief discussion of scale model with salt and fresh water for smoke movement. A complete set of dimensionless groups is presented for fire, then it is illustrated how selections are made for the partial scaling of specific fire scenarios. Studies have been motivated by basic research interests as well as for fire investigation. The dynamics floorcovering fire spread in a corridor is studied to reveal many features of fire behavior and validation is made with full- scale. Smoke movement in a department store atrium is studied to reveal its design flaws. The challenge to develop a water mist system to pass a fire test designed to insure safety on transport ferries was systematically done using a scale model, and confirmed at full-scale. Scaling was examined for a fire development in a furnished bedroom pushing the limited of modeling to its utmost, but finding some success in illustrating very similar overall behavior.

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