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A Study on the Damaged Pattern of Dryvit by External Flame
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Damaged Pattern of Dryvit by External Flame
Park, Young Ju; Hong, Yi Pyo; Lee, Hae Pyeong;
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 Abstract
In this study, temperature characteristics and fire damage form were analyzed to investigate flame spreading form and fire probability from ignition sources subject to drivit component materials which is finishing material in architecture. Ignition sources were limited to a gas torch and exterior panel board fire, and the size of the sample was manufacture in 30 cm length 50 cm height 5cm thickness size. Marble (inner wall) + 3 mm drivit (outer wall), marble (inner wall) + 4 mm plaster stone (outer wall), sandwich panel + 3 mm driver bit (outer wall), sandwich panel + 3 mm driver bit + insulation (outer wall), and gypsum board (inner wall) + 3 mm drivit (outer wall) were prepared for the sample. As result of the research for temperature characteristics, large temperature difference by each material was shown in at 30 seconds and at 300 seconds. Especially when the inner wall was a plaster board, lowest temperature of was shown at 300 seconds and marble inner wall showed the following lowest temperature of . Temperature rising over was shown in other materials. Regarding fire damage form, drivit or gypsum board outer wall parts exposed to fire showed combustion and carbonization to show calcination(breaking phenomenon) and influence of heat exposure was higher as calcination became more severe.
 Keywords
drybit;sandwich panel;damaged pattern;EPS panels;glass wool panel;heat insulating material;
 Language
Korean
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