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Characteristic of Auto Ignition Temperature due to the Mixture Ratio of Ethylene Glycol and Water
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  • Journal title : Fire Science and Engineering
  • Volume 30, Issue 1,  2016, pp.24-30
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Fire Science and Engineering
  • DOI : 10.7731/KIFSE.2016.30.1.024
 Title & Authors
Characteristic of Auto Ignition Temperature due to the Mixture Ratio of Ethylene Glycol and Water
Kim, Jung-Hun; Choi, Jae-Wook;
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 Abstract
Autoignition characteristic is an important factor of all combustible substances, and a critical determinant in assessing the effectiveness of fire hazard prevention. This study investigated the autoignition characteristic of mixtures of Ethylene Glycol and water using an ASTM D2155 type ignition temperature measuring apparatus. It was possible to get the minimum temperature as from 100% Ethylene Glycol within range of . A volume of of a mixed sample of Ethylene Glycol and water (80 : 20) was ignited at the same temperature (). Also it was possible to get the auto ignition temperature as from a mixed sample of Ethylene Glycol and water (60 : 40) within range of . The instantaneous ignition temperatures determined for of each of the three samples were , and , respectively. Both auto ignition temperatures and instantaneous ignition temperatures were increased through the addition of water to the samples.
 Keywords
Auto ignition;Flammable;Minimum auto ignition temperatures;Instantaneous ignition temperatures;
 Language
Korean
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