Fire Extinction Using Carbon Dioxide Hydrate

@article{Hatakeyama2009FireEU,
  title={Fire Extinction Using Carbon Dioxide Hydrate},
  author={Takashi Hatakeyama and Eisuke Aida and Takeshi Yokomori and Ryo Ohmura and Toshihisa Ueda},
  journal={Industrial \& Engineering Chemistry Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={48},
  pages={4083-4087}
}
Clathrate hydrates formed with nonflammable gases may be suitable for use as fire extinguishing agents because the dissociation of the hydrates decreases the temperature in the flame base and the nonflammable gases released from the dissociated hydrates prevent the supply of oxygen to the flame base. In the present study, we performed experiments to extinguish pool flames using the hydrate crystals formed with carbon dioxide. From the experimental result, the critical mass of CO2 hydrate to… 
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