Thermocouple Probe Orientation Affects Prescribed Fire Behavior Estimation.

@article{Coates2018ThermocouplePO,
  title={Thermocouple Probe Orientation Affects Prescribed Fire Behavior Estimation.},
  author={T. Adam Coates and Alex T. Chow and Donald L. Hagan and Thomas A. Waldrop and G. G. Wang and William C. Bridges and Mary-Frances Rogers and James H Dozier},
  journal={Journal of environmental quality},
  year={2018},
  volume={47 1},
  pages={
          170-176
        }
}
Understanding the relationship between fire intensity and fuel mass is essential information for scientists and forest managers seeking to manage forests using prescribed fires. Peak burning temperature, duration of heating, and area under the temperature profile are fire behavior metrics obtained from thermocouple-datalogger assemblies used to characterize… CONTINUE READING