A 3-D computational fluid dynamics model is used to estimate the thermal impact on structures exposed to fire in the urban interface. The burning of vegetation is represented by a well-adjusted gas burner diffusion flame. This article examines two...
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Modeling thermal impact of wildland fires on structures in the urban interface. Part 1: radiative and convective components of flames representative of vegetation fires
Person: Porterie, Nicolas, Consalvi, Loraud, Giroud, Picard
Created Year: 2005
Resource Group: Document