SR42 Charring rates of timber (1992)

Abbreviation
SR042
Valid from
1/01/1992

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Author
P. C. R. Collier
Information type
Study report
Format
PDF

Description

This report describes an investigation into parameters that influence charring rate of timber. Firstly, from an international persepective the investigation sought to determine how internal properties of different timber products (solid and glulam) influenced charring, and also attempted to show how two New Zealand grown timbers differed from overseas grown timber, and why any differences existed. Secondly, the different charring rates produced by exposure to test and real fires are considered.

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SR42 Charring rates of timber (1992)

Description

This report describes an investigation into parameters that influence charring rate of timber. Firstly, from an international persepective the investigation sought to determine how internal properties of different timber products (solid and glulam) influenced charring, and also attempted to show how two New Zealand grown timbers differed from overseas grown timber, and why any differences existed. Secondly, the different charring rates produced by exposure to test and real fires are considered.

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SR42 Charring rates of timber (1992)
Description

This report describes an investigation into parameters that influence charring rate of timber. Firstly, from an international persepective the investigation sought to determine how internal properties of different timber products (solid and glulam) influenced charring, and also attempted to show how two New Zealand grown timbers differed from overseas grown timber, and why any differences existed. Secondly, the different charring rates produced by exposure to test and real fires are considered.

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SR42 Charring rates of timber (1992)

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