A fast model of radiative impact on structures exposed to a fire front in the urban interface is presented. The front is viewed as a collection of turbulent diffusion flames whose properties (composition and temperature) are taken from a database...
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Modeling thermal impact of wildland fires on structures in the urban interface. Part 2: Radiative impact of a fire front
Person: Consalvi, Porterie, Nicolas, Loraud, Kaiss
Created Year: 2005
Resource Group: Document