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Boilover and Crude Oil Fire
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Experimental Study Of Boilover In Crude Oil Fires
An experimental study of boilover phenomena in connection with crude oil and kerosene pool fires was carried out in the large scale test facilities of the Fire Research Institute of Japan. ArabianExpand
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The effect of diameter on the burning of crude oil pool fires
In order to understand the combustion characteristics of crude oil pool fires, an experimental study was carried out at the Fire Research Institute (FRI) large scale test facility. The radiativeExpand
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Combustion properties of large liquid pool fires
Data from a number of large liquid pool fire experiments, recorded at the Fire Research Institute of Japan over more than a dozen years, were gathered and compiled. Burning rate and radiative outputsExpand
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Evaluation of danger from fermentation-induced spontaneous ignition of wood chips.
Recently we conducted investigations in biological wastes because large pile-up storage of waste wood chips and others caused many fires in Japan. This paper shows the experimental results on woodExpand
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Combustion characteristics of crude oils
Small-scale free-burning pool fire tests were conducted in a cone calorimeter to obtain the combustion characteristics of 14 different crude oils. Measurements included the heat release rate based onExpand
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SADT prediction of autocatalytic material using isothermal calorimetry analysis
Although plant experience is essential, it is possible to assess the hazard of large scale process operation using a logical process based on experimental data. This paper reported an analyticalExpand
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Heat generation of refuse derived fuel with water
In order to clarify the scenario of fires and accidents resulting from spontaneous combustion of Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF), exothermic phenomenon of RDF with water at ambient temperature wasExpand
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Thermal behavior of sewage sludge derived fuels
The utility of sewage sludge as a biomass fuel is taken as an approach to deal with global warming. Thermal characterization of this new type of fuel is a premise before it is practically used inExpand
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Evaluation on thermal hazard of methyl ethyl ketone peroxide by using adiabatic method
Abstract Ketone peroxides are capable of spontaneous decomposition, and violent decomposition occurs if they contact with strong mineral acids. In this paper, an adiabatic method is used toExpand
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