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Volume 10, Issue 4 - Dec 1996
Volume 10, Issue 3 - Sep 1996
Volume 10, Issue 2 - Jun 1996
Volume 10, Issue 1 - Mar 1996
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The Study about The Minimum Ignition Energy for Electrostatic Discharge in The Gasoline-air Mixture
Fire Science and Engineering, volume 10, issue 1, 1996, Pages 3~9
Electrostatic charge is generated in large scale or high speed processes dealing with materials with large resistance, or under complicated condition. Fire and explosion often occur due to electrostatic charge accumulated in flammable gases, vapor, liquids and powder. It is usually very difficult to verify the cause of accidents as well as the prevention. In this study, it is shown that the needle electrode needs the electrode gap from 1.8mm to 3.8mm, sphere electrode and plate electrodes need the electrode gap of 1.9mmfor the minimum ignition energy. The sphere electrode and the plate electrode requires 12.8mJ and 3.2mJ of minimum ignition energy respectively with the electrode gap of 1.1mm. The ignition voltage rises to very large value as the ground resistance increases.
A Study on the Effects of Fire According to Choice of Materials for Finishing Interior of buildings
Fire Science and Engineering, volume 10, issue 1, 1996, Pages 10~24
Recently as urban buildings become higher and deeper by reason of economic growth and concentration of population into cities, the supporting technology becomes largely advanced and many buildings have been constructed making use of new materials and structure methods. As these large buildings accomodate large population and its insides are variously used for uses, disasters in buildings have been growing day by day. One of the main reasons of the disasters are the varity of building functions. Among the disasters, the damages by fire accidents become very serious as losses of lives and property become increasing. Here, although there shoule be many other ways to minimize these disasters, 1 would review choice of interior materials of buildings and improvement of blind points and week points in construction methods for the purpose.
The Study of Promotion for Fire Assessment System
Fire Science and Engineering, volume 10, issue 1, 1996, Pages 25~43
This paper has been studied about promotion system for fire assessment. Mainly system carried out for BCJ (Building Center of Japan) and JFSC (Japan Fire Safety Center) fire risk assessment system. Much of the work of fire science and fire protection engineering is now explicitly designed to fill gaps or improve accuracy or flexibility In some comprehensive fire hazard or fire risk models.
Burning Rate of Methyl and Ethyl Alcohols
Fire Science and Engineering, volume 10, issue 1, 1996, Pages 44~48
Burning rate of immobilized methyl and ethyl alcohols on ceramic balls was studied. Experiments were performed by burning methyl, ethyl alcohols immobilized on sands (particle size 0.35mm) and ceramic balls (particle size 1-5mm) to measure mass burning rate, height burning rate and combustion temperature. The longer time from ignition to extinguishment was resulted from the larger particle size of ceramic balls and the smaller size of ceramic balls exhibited the higher mass burning rate. Of alcohols tested the relative magnitude of facilitation of combustion was methyl ＞ ethyl. Combustion temperature of alcohols, without regard to the types of alcohols, was not increased with smaller ceramic balls(up to 3mm of particle size). However, with larger ceramic balls, combustion temperatare of alcohols was increased by 40-50
and the highest combustion temperatare was obtained with sands (particle size 0.35mm).
반도체 산업에서의 사고사례 분석 및 안전대책 방안
Fire Science and Engineering, volume 10, issue 1, 1996, Pages 49~61
The Application of Decision Table for the Risk Assessement
Fire Science and Engineering, volume 10, issue 1, 1996, Pages 62~75