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Combustive Properties of Pinus rigida Plates Painted with Alkylenediaminoalkyl-Bis-Phosphonic Acid Salts (Mn+)
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  • Journal title : Fire Science and Engineering
  • Volume 28, Issue 6,  2014, pp.28-34
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Fire Science and Engineering
  • DOI : 10.7731/KIFSE.2014.28.6.028
 Title & Authors
Combustive Properties of Pinus rigida Plates Painted with Alkylenediaminoalkyl-Bis-Phosphonic Acid Salts (Mn+)
Park, Myung-Ho; Chung, Yeong-Jin;
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 Abstract
Two kinds of new piperazinomethyl-bis-phosphonic acid () were synthesized and their combustive properties of Pinus rigida plates treated with were tested in comparison with the previously synthesized chemicals. Pinus rigida specimens were painted in three times with 15 wt% solutions at the room temperature. After drying specimen treated with chemicals, combustive properties were examined by the cone calorimeter (ISO 5660-1). As a result, the combustion-retardation properties were partially increased by due to the treated solutions in the virgin Pinus rigida. Especially, the specimens treated with showed both the lower peak heat release rate () (173.48~145.36) s and total heat release rate (THRR) (73.0~55.2) than those of virgin piperazinomethyl-bis-phosphonic acid (PIPEABP)-plate. Compared with virgin PIPEABP-plate, the specimens treated with the showed low combustive properties. However the specimens treated with showed both the shorter time to ignition (TTI) (58~18) s and the time to flameout (Tf) (564~456) s than those of virgin PIPEABP-plate by increasing the thermal conductivity.
 Keywords
Alkylenediaminoalkyl-bis-phosphonic acid ();Time to ignition (TTI);Total heat released rate (THRR);Peak heat release rate (PHRR);
 Language
Korean
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