SOLIDS DATA REFERENCES
Heat Flux for Ignition
|Material||qmin(kW/m2)||qcrit(kW/m2)||Tig(K)||Link to Graph||Reference||Description||h||kpc(kj/m2K)2s|
|Polyethylene Sheeting 4mil||19.5||15.49||Graph||FireTEC||4 mil Fire Retardant polyethylene sheeting||0.0135||0.16|
|Polyethylene Sheeting 2mil||19.5||13||Graph||FireTEC||2 mil polyethylene sheeting||0.0135||0.16|
|Polyethylene Sheeting 6mil||14.5||13.1||Graph||FireTEC||6 mil polyethylene sheeting||0.0135||0.16|
|ABS Plastic||13.0||5.7||Graph||FireTEC||ABS Plastic ~0.125" thick||0.0135|
|Particle Board||17.7||0.50||563-648||Graph||Quintiere||Particle board|
|Douglas Fir||13.3||12.85||Graph||Spearpoint||50mm douglas fir heated across the grain|
|Oak||20*||12.5||Graph||Yang et al.||Oak, lowest heat flux exposed was 20 kW/m2|
|Cherry||20*||13||Graph||Yang et al.||Cherry, lowest heat flux exposed was 20 kW/m2|
|Beech||20*||13||Graph||Yang et al.||Beech, lowest heat flux exposed was 20 kW/m2|
|Composite Decking (Veranda)||12.5||8.35||Graph||FireTEC||Veranda composite plastic decking|
|PMMA||15||4||523||Rhodes et al||Black Polycast PMMA 100x100x25mm samples||0.010||2.12|
Please note that qcrithas been calculated in most cases and is a derived value, not experimentally obtained.
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