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Development of the Cone Calorimeter – A Bench Scale Heat Release Rate Apparatus Based on Oxygen Consumption,” NBSIR 82-2611, National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, MD, 1982. 70 Since this developmental work, the oxygen consumption heat release rate measurement technique has been further refined by Parker, Babrauskas, Janssens71 and others, and it has become a critical measurement tool as a part of more than a dozen small-scale, intermediate-scale, and large-scale fire test method standards in North America and throughout the world.
37 toxicity that will allow for more accurate predictions of the toxic affects of fire gases on humans. Control of the pyrolysis and combustion toxicity of materials reduces the threat from one of the major contributors to the death of humans from fire. , alcohol, compressed natural gas, and hydrogen) and other new fuels that may be developed. • Also the move to alternative and renewable energy sources may create new hazards associated with fire in which unique fire test methods are required to quantify the performance of home heating systems that may include items such as fuel cells, advanced photovoltaic systems, and hydrogen based systems.
3, Boston, MA, January 1959. ”58 These two efforts helped to raise the status of heat release rate calorimetry to a high level of importance. Major strides in heat release rate calorimetry were not made in North America until the early 1970s. Two efforts were underway at this time. One was led by E. E. Smith of Ohio State University and the second was led by W. J. Parker of the U. S. 60 Data from these two systems were gathered by strip chart recorders, and the heat release rates would be determined from the data following the test.