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SR320 Characterising fire plumes from openings in external walls (2015)

Abbreviation
SR320
Valid from
01/01/2015

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Author
P. C. R. Collier
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Study report
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PDF

Description

This literature review is targeted at understanding the development of window fire plumes from openings in the external walls of buildings. The purpose is to characterise the likely thermal exposure conditions for evaluating potential horizontal and vertical fire spread scenarios.

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SR320 Characterising fire plumes from openings in external walls (2015)

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This literature review is targeted at understanding the development of window fire plumes from openings in the external walls of buildings. The purpose is to characterise the likely thermal exposure conditions for evaluating potential horizontal and vertical fire spread scenarios.

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SR320 Characterising fire plumes from openings in external walls (2015)
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This literature review is targeted at understanding the development of window fire plumes from openings in the external walls of buildings. The purpose is to characterise the likely thermal exposure conditions for evaluating potential horizontal and vertical fire spread scenarios.

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SR320 Characterising fire plumes from openings in external walls (2015)

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