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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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지진화재사례로 본 국내 도시지역의 안전대책 연구
Fire Science and Engineering, volume 10, issue 2, 1996, Pages 3~12
This is a paper to figure out characteristics and damages of earthquake fire occurred in Kobe, Japan by analyzing the various damage cases. The policy implications were considered in terms of safety in metropolitan areas in Korea.
Estimation of Upper Explosive Limits of Paraffinic and Olefinic Hydrocarbon Compounds
Fire Science and Engineering, volume 10, issue 2, 1996, Pages 13~19
An estimation methodology, based on statistics and numerical method, has been developed for estimating the upper explosive limits(UEL) of paraffinic and olefinic hydrocarbon compounds. With proposed method, the UEL has been calculated for 24 paraffinic and 10 olefinic hydrocarbon compounds. The estimated the UEL agree with the experimental values within a few percent. A comparisond with four other methods avaiable in the literature are also presented. It is hoped eventually that this method will permit estimation of the UEL with improved accuracy and broader application for other compounds.
Planning Controls for Land Use Safety
Fire Science and Engineering, volume 10, issue 2, 1996, Pages 20~27
This paper discussed the limit of existing safety controls where the use of land around hazardous industry. There is a gap between engineering evaluation of acceptable criteria for loss reduction and risk exposure to the areas of high risk outside plants from the aspects of risk perception. The paper performed how land use safety could be designed between the density of uses with the duration of risk exposure by type of land use. It concluded the needs of multi-dimensional presentation for an appropriate risk controls on existing and future land use safety.
Modeling and Thermal Characteristic Simulation of Power Semiconductor Device (IGBT)
Fire Science and Engineering, volume 10, issue 2, 1996, Pages 28~39
A recently developed electro-thermal simulation methodology is used to analyze the behavior of a PWM(Pulse-Width-Modulated) voltage source inverter which uses IGBT(Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor) as the switching devices. In the electro-thermal network simulation methdology, the simulator solves for the temperature distribution within the power semiconductor devices(IGBT electro-thermal model), control logic circuitry, the IGBT gate drivers, the thermal network component models for the power silicon chips, package, and heat sinks as well as the current and voltage within the electrical network. The thermal network describes the flow of heat form the chip surface through the package and heat sink and thus determines the evolution of the chip surface temperature used by the power semiconductor device models. The thermal component model for the device silicon chip, packages, and heat sink are developed by discretizing the nonlinear heat diffusion equation and are represented in component from so that the thermal component models for various package and heat sink can be readily connected to on another to form the thermal network.
기포탑반응기에서 가스 SENSOR 재료인 PZT 분말의 합성(I)
Fire Science and Engineering, volume 10, issue 2, 1996, Pages 40~51
A synthesis process for PZT powder using NH
gas as a precipitator in a bubble column reactor was experimentally successful in develope a production process of Piezoelectric ceramic PZT powder. Also as a reaction by coprecipitation, the crystalized PZT ceramic powder at the condition of over pH 9 could be attained. The time needed for reaction on the condition of NH
gas flow rate=0.5 1/min, Ar gas flow rate=2.0 1/min, Feed flow rate=2.33 ml /sec was less than five minutes, so it could synthesize PZT powder for such a few moments. And the synthesized PZT powder was 0.17
in diameter on an average.
Fire Hazard Assessment for the Nuclear Power Plant
Fire Science and Engineering, volume 10, issue 2, 1996, Pages 52~64
Propylene Sphere에서 Leak 발생시 DOW Chemical F & EI와 Computer Release Modeling과의 비교
Fire Science and Engineering, volume 10, issue 2, 1996, Pages 65~76