Polymers and Fire

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Hull, T Richard ; Stec, Anna A (2009)
  • Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Subject: F100
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    2 The cost of fires - A review of the information available, Home Office Publications Unit, UK, 1997.

    3 ISO TS 19706:2004 Guidelines for assessing the fire threat to people.

    4 T. R. Hull, J. M. Carman and D. A. Purser, Prediction of CO evolution from smallscale polymer fires, Polymer International 49, 1259-1265, (2000).

    5 ISO 13571:2007, Life-threatening components of fire - Guidelines for the estimation of time available for escape using fire data.

    6 P.Blomqvist, and A.Lonnermark, Characterization of the Combustion Products in Largescale Fire Tests: Comparison of Three Experimental Configurations, Fire and Materials. 25, 71-81, (2001).

    7 B.Andersson, F.Markert, and G.Holmstedt, Combustion products generated by hetero-organic fuels on four different fire test scales Fire Safety Journal, 40, 439- 465, (2005).

    8 T R Hull, J M Carman and D A Purser Prediction of CO evolution from small-scale polymer fires, Polymer International 49, 1259, (2000).

    9 A.A.Stec, T.R.Hull, K.Lebek, J.A.Purser, D. A. Purser, The Effect of Temperature and Ventilation Condition on the Toxic Product Yields from Burning Polymers,Fire and Materials 32, 49-60, (2008).

    10 T R Hull and K T Paul, Bench-Scale Assessment of Combustion Toxicity - A Critical Analysis of Current Protocols Fire Safety Journal, 42, 340-365 (2007).

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