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Fire Research and Safety. 11th Joint Panel Meeting. October 19-24, 1989.


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Jason, N. H.; Cramer, D. M.

NISTIR 4449;

U.S./Japan Government Cooperative Program on Natural Resources (UJNR). Fire Research and Safety. 11th Joint Panel Meeting. October 19-24, 1989, Berkeley, CA, Jason, N. H.; Cramer, D. M., Editor(s)(s), 366 pp, 1990.
Order number: PB92-109164

Keywords:

fire safety; fire research; building fires; building materials; combustion toxicology; compartment fires; computers; halons; hazard assessment; oil spills; pool fires; risk analysis; smoke

Abstract:

The 11th Joint Meeting of the United States-Japan Panel on Fire Research and Safety was held on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley, October 19-24, 1989. Some disruption of the meeting resulted from the October 17 earthquake. The epicenter was about 60 miles southeast of San Francisco, in the Loma Prieta mountains near Santa Cruz. Thus, some of the papers were not presented, but are included in this volume. This volume comprises a total of 6 progress reports and 30 supporting papers in 3 areas: Risk, Hazard and Evacuation; Fire and Toxicity Chemistry; and Fire and Smoke Physics. The next Panel Meeting will be held in Japan in the autumn of 1992.

Selected Papers

Progress Report on U.S. Research in Fire Risk, Hazard, and Evacuation.
Hall, J. R., Jr. Progress Report on Risk, Hazard and Evacuation in Japan.
Tsukagoshi, I. Analysis on Fatalities' Characteristics of Residential Fires.
Sekizawa, A. Simulation of Fire Propagation in a Wood Frame House.
Hagiwara, I.; Tsukagoshi, I. Concept of a Performance Based Design Method for Building Fire Safety.
Tanaka, T. Carbon Monoxide Production and Prediction.
Pitts, W. M. Expected Fire Resisting Performance and Evaluation Methods for Building Materials.
Suzuki, H.; Goto, T. Replacement for the Halogenated Fire Suppressants: A Research Strategy and Plan.
Gann, R. G. Effects of Polymer Characteristics on Flammability Properties.
Kashiwagi, T.; Omori, A. Progress Report on Fire Toxicity and Chemistry Research in the United States.
Levin, B. C. Progress Report on Fire and Toxicity Chemistry in Japan.
Suzuki, H. Large-Scale Toxicity Correlations.
Babrauskas, V. Numerical Calculations and Computer Graphic Analysis of Window-to-Window Propagation of Building Fires.
Satoh, K.; Kozeki, D. Study on Combustion Property of Crude Oil--A Joint Study Between NIST/CFR and FRI.
Koseki, H.; Mulholland, G. W.; Jin, T. Review of Progress in the Fire and Smoke Physics Area.
Zukoski, E. E. Progress Report on Fire and Smoke Physics in Japan.
Hasemi, Y. Unsteady-State Upward Flame Spreading Velocity Along Vertical Combustible Solid and Influence of External Radiation on the Flame Spreading Velocity.
Hasemi, Y.; Yoshida, M.; Nohara, A. Concurrent Turbulent Flame Spread.
Zhou, L.; Fernandez-Pello, A. C. Collaborative Experiment of Interior Lining Materials.
Hasemi, Y. North American Wood Industry Room Fire Test and Predictive Modeling Program.
Shaw, J. R. Fire Risk Analysis: General Conceptual Framework for Describing Models.
Hall, J. R., Jr.; Sekizawa, A. Radiation From Turbulent-Jet Flames and Wall Fires.
Alpert, R. L. Inflow of Air Required at Wall and Ceiling Apertures to Prevent Escape of Fire Smoke.
Heskestad, G.; Spaulding, R. D. Estimation of Thermal Radiation From Large Pool Fires.
Hayasaka, H.; Koseki, H. Burning Behavior in a Poorly-Ventilated Compartment Fire--Ghosting Fire.
Sugawa, O.; Kawagoe, K.; Oka, Y. Smoke Control Tests at the Plaza Hotel in Washington, DC.
Klote, J. H. Scaling Law of Smoke Movement in Atrium.
Tsujimoto, M.; Takenouchi, T.; Uehara, S. Smoke Control Calculation for Pressurized Elevator Shaft.
Matsushita, T. Method for Estimating [Ascertaining] Smoke Leakage Through Small Openings Using Tracer Gas.
Yamada, T. Full Scale Simulation of a Fatal Fire and Comparison of Results With Two Multiroom Models.
Levine, R. S.; Nelson, H. E. Burning of Oil Spills.
Evans, D. D.; Walton, W. D. Experimental Study on Gasoline Pool Fire Using a Full Scale Service Station Model and 1/15 Reduced Scale Model.
Sugawa, O.; Kawagoe, K.; Oka, Y. Thermal Analysis of Effect of a Compartment Fire on Window Glass. September 1, 1988-August 31, 1989.
Joshi, A.; Pagni, P. J. Heat Transfer Mechanisms in Materials on Fire Retardation.
Ohtani, H.; Koseki, H.; Hirano, T. Effectiveness Evaluation of Expense for Loss Prevention.
Hirano, T. Performance Based Design Method for Fire Safety of Buildings.
Tanaka, T. Development of a Method for Predicting the Fire Risk of Products.
Clarke, F. B., III EXIT89: An Evacuation Model for High-Rise Buildings.
Fahy, R. F. Development of a Laboratory Radiant Combustion Apparatus for Smoke Toxicity and Smoke Corrosivity Studies.
Grand, A. F.