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Fire Technology 3/2012

Issue 3/2012

Table of Contents ( 12 Articles )

01-07-2012 | Editorial | Issue 3/2012

Introduction to this Special Issue

Bogdan Z. Dlugogorski, Eric M. Kennedy, Richard G. Gann

01-07-2012 | Issue 3/2012

Evaluation of the Fire Suppression Effectiveness of Manually Applied Compressed-Air-Foam (CAF) System

Andrew K. Kim, George P. Crampton

01-07-2012 | Issue 3/2012

Testing Water Mist Systems Against Large Fires in Tunnels: Integrating Test Data with CFD Simulations

Jack R. Mawhinney, Javier Trelles

01-07-2012 | Issue 3/2012

Comparison of Numerical and Experimental Results of Fire Induced Doorway Flows

Bin Xiao

01-07-2012 | Issue 3/2012

Development of a Cup Burner Apparatus for Fire Suppression Evaluation of High-Expansion Foams

James W. Fleming, Ronald S. Sheinson

01-07-2012 | Issue 3/2012

Suppression Performance Comparison for Aspirated, Compressed-Air and In Situ Chemically Generated Class B Foams

Ashlea J. Laundess, Mark S. Rayson, Bogdan Z. Dlugogorski, Eric M. Kennedy

01-07-2012 | Issue 3/2012

Effects of Fine Water Mist on a Confined Blast

Ramagopal Ananth, Heather D. Willauer, John P. Farley, Frederick W. Williams

01-07-2012 | Editorial | Issue 3/2012

Guest Editor’s Introduction

K. Ghazi Wakili

01-07-2012 | Issue 3/2012

Fire Behaviour of Tropical and European Wood and Fire Resistance of Fire Doors Made of this Wood

Erich Hugi, Regina Weber

01-07-2012 | Issue 3/2012

Conductive and Radiative Heat Transfer in Ceramic and Metal Foams at Fire Temperatures

Contribution to the Special Issue “Materials in Fire” Guest Editor K. Ghazi Wakili
Rémi Coquard, Denis Rochais, Dominique Baillis

01-07-2012 | Issue 3/2012

A New Fire Resistant Light Mineral Wool

Andrea Frangi, Vanessa Schleifer, Erich Hugi

01-07-2012 | Issue 3/2012 Open Access

An Overview of Modeling Cement Based Materials at Elevated Temperatures with Mechanics of Multi-Phase Porous Media

Dariusz Gawin, Francesco Pesavento

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