Anomalous Effects of Water in Firefighting: Increased Fire Intensities by Azeotropic Distillation Effects.
Anomalous Effects of Water in Firefighting: Increased
Fire Intensities by Azeotropic Distillation Effects.
Bannister, W. W.; Chen, C. C.; Euaphantasate, N.
Halon Options Technical Working Conference.
Proceedings. HOTWC 2001. Sponsored by: University of
New Mexico, Fire Suppression Systems Assoc., Fire and
Safety Group, GlobeTech, Inc., Halon Alternative
Research Corp., Hughes Associates, Inc., Kidde plc.,
Modular Protection, Corp., Next Generation Fire
Suppression Technology Program, Sandia National
Laboratories, Summit Environmental Corp., Inc. and 3M
Specialty Materials. April 24-26, 2001, Albuquerque, NM,
Daniels, B. L.; Cole, D. G., Editor(s)(s), 425-432 pp,
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halon alternatives; fire protection; water; fire
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