Log In Sign Up

NOTE: This is an unformatted excerpt from our online fire protection training library.

Nature of Smoke

References

Jin, T. 1974. Visibility through fire smoke. Main Reports on Production, Movement
and Control of Smoke in Buildings, pp. 100-153. Japanese Association of Fire Science and Engineering.

Jin, T. 1975. Visibility through fire smoke. Report of Fire Research Institute of Japan
5(42): 12-18.

Jin, T. 1985. Irritating effects of fire smoke on visibility. Fire Science and Technology
5(1), Sept.

Kimmerle, G. 1974. Aspects and methodology for the evaluation of toxicological
parameters during fire exposure. JFF/Combustion Toxicology 1: 4-51.

Klote, J.H., and Milke, J. A. (1992), Design of Smoke Management Systems, American
Society for Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineering, Atlanta, GA, 1992.

Levin, B.C. et al. 1987. Effects of exposure to single or multiple combinations of the
predominant toxic gases and low oxygen atmospheres produced in fires. Fundamental and Applied Toxicology 9(2): 236-250.

NFPA. 1995. "Guide for Smoke Management System in Malls, Atria, and Large Areas,"
NFPA 92B, Quincy, MA.

Purser, D.A. 1988. Toxicity assessment of combustion products. The SFPE Handbook of
Fire Protection Engineering, C.L. Beyler, ed., chapter 3. Quincy, MA: National Fire Protection Association.

Stone, J.P., R.N. Hazlett, L.E. Johnson, and H.W. Carhart. 1973. The transport of
hydrogen chloride by soot from burning polyvinyl chloride. J. Fire & Flammability. 4: 42-51.

NOTE: This is an unformatted excerpt from our online fire protection training library.

Contact Us:

Please fill in the fields below:

    Privacy Policy
    Please choose all that interest you.

    Contact Customer Service at AcademySupport@jensenhughes.com or 800-930-9414 option 1.

    Our regular support hours are 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, except holidays...