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Investigation by contact and non-contact method of firehazardous characteristics of some building materials on the basis of wood D. P. Kasymov, M. V. Agafontsev, V. V. Perminov, A. Yu. Chechekov

Contributor(s): Agafontsev, Mikhail V | Perminov, Vladislav V | Chechekov, A. YuMaterial type: ArticleArticleContent type: Текст Media type: электронный Subject(s): пожароопасные свойства | инфракрасная термография | строительные материалы | древесина | антипиренGenre/Form: статьи в журналах Online resources: Click here to access online In: Journal of Physics: Conference Series Vol. 1129. P. 012017 (1-6)Abstract: In this paper the effect of fire front on the surface of wood samples (pine, aspen, larch, plywood and oriented strand board) was considered to estimate the effect of different wood-fire retardants. Infrared thermography was used as a diagnostic method. The ignition probability was estimated for the chosen experimental parameters for each kind of wood. In the infrared region the sample surface characteristics were recorded using a thermal imager JADE J530SB with a 2.5–2.7 micron optical filter that allowed measuring a temperature within the range of 500–850 K. In order to record a temperature within the range of 293–550 K, the recording was conducted without a filter. The fire hazard characteristics of wood after fire retardant treatment showed a significant reduction in the surface temperature and the resistance to fire for the chosen parameters of the experiment compared to the same untreated samples. The charring depth of the wood samples was determined depending on the type of wood, as well as on the type of the fire retardant used.
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In this paper the effect of fire front on the surface of wood samples (pine, aspen, larch, plywood and oriented strand board) was considered to estimate the effect of different wood-fire retardants. Infrared thermography was used as a diagnostic method. The ignition probability was estimated for the chosen experimental parameters for each kind of wood. In the infrared region the sample surface characteristics were recorded using a thermal imager JADE J530SB with a 2.5–2.7 micron optical filter that allowed measuring a temperature within the range of 500–850 K. In order to record a temperature within the range of 293–550 K, the recording was conducted without a filter. The fire hazard characteristics of wood after fire retardant treatment showed a significant reduction in the surface temperature and the resistance to fire for the chosen parameters of the experiment compared to the same untreated samples. The charring depth of the wood samples was determined depending on the type of wood, as well as on the type of the fire retardant used.

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