A Revised Correlation on Downstream Temperature Distribution of Fire-Induced Flow with Mechanical Longitudinal Ventilation

@inproceedings{Li2016ARC,
  title={A Revised Correlation on Downstream Temperature Distribution of Fire-Induced Flow with Mechanical Longitudinal Ventilation},
  author={Shuya Li and Y. Zhao and W. Wang},
  year={2016}
}
To evaluate the stability of smoke stratification and fire evacuation effectively, the temperature distribution downstream the fire beneath the ceiling of tunnels with mechanical longitudinal ventilation needs to be estimated. Based on Li model, a revised correlation is proposed by concerning the effects of the mechanical longitudinal ventilation velocity and the width of the tunnel. Ten full-scale field test data in three real tunnels from Hu et al. are employed to correlate the revised… Expand

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