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“…10 [20][21]. The heat loss of the fuel layer is the main reason behind the decrease in burning rate compared to pool fires [12][13][14][15].…”
Section: Spill Fire Modelmentioning
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“…10 [20][21]. The heat loss of the fuel layer is the main reason behind the decrease in burning rate compared to pool fires [12][13][14][15].…”
Section: Spill Fire Modelmentioning
“…These values are provided by Babrauskas [20] and Ditch (kW/m 2 ) [21]. The heat loss ( out q ) of the fuel layer is the main reason for the decrease in burning rate.…”
Section: Spill Fire Modelmentioning
“…Based on the energy conservation, Ditch et al proposed a regression rate model of pool fires [8]. where qf is the heat transfer per unit surface area of the pool including the convective (12.5 kW/m 2 ) and radiative component, △He is the heat of gasification, Ys is the smoke yield (0.008 for methanol [18]), D is the pool diameter, cp is the specific heat, Tb is the boiling point and Ta is the ambient temperature.…”
Section: Fuel Layermentioning
“…For the fuel burning, many experiments with burning diameters ranging from around 0.01 meters to around 80 meters have been carried out to study the steady-state burning rate [6]. Based on these experiments, empirical models have been established, and these are gathered and discussed by, for example, Babrauskas [7] and Ditch et al [8]. As a result, the existing models for spread and burning can lay a foundation for spill fire research.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…In the experiment [1], the radiant heat from the flames of combustible and flammable liquids is studied depending on the type of liquid and the diameter of the spill. In [2], additionally, the absorption of radiant heat by combustible liquid vapors and particles of smoke is taken into account. Determining the safety distance from the pool fire is considered in [3].…”
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