Ignition and flame spread properties of wood, elaborated during a new test method based on convective heat flux
Publication: Research - peer-review › Conference abstract for conference – Annual report year: 2006
Ignition and flame spread properties on selected types of wood and wall papers are elaborated. Tests are established in a new test setup in which the test specimen can be fixed in different angles due to a horizontal level. The heat exposing the test objects is arranged as a convective flux, established from a Bunsen burners pilot flame. This principal is somewhat in contrast to the more typical radiation established fluxes. For instance, the ISO 9239 (DS 2000) test method is based on a gas fired radiant panel. And in the ISO 5657 standard, the ignition properties are investigated on test materials where a radiator cone is placed just above the specimen, and a horizontal oriented masking plate separates them.
|State||Published - 2006|
|Event||Fire and Materials 2007 -|
|Conference||Fire and Materials 2007|
|Period||01/01/2007 → …|