New issue of Fire Technology Online Now
Monday, May 16, 2016
The July 2016 issue of Fire Technology, the international, peer-reviewed quarterly journal of SFPE and NFPA, is now online. This special issue focuses on Special Issue on Operation Tomodachi. SFPE members get free online access to Fire Technology via the Member Resources section of the website [login required].
Articles in this issue include:
- Editorial: Special Issue on Operation Tomodachi—Fire Research by Samuel L. Manzello, Sayaka Suzuki
- Brief Communication: Structural Fire Experimental Capabilities at the NIST National Fire Research Laboratory by Matthew Bundy, Anthony Hamins, John Gross, William Grosshandler et al.
- Original Paper: Critical Factors Governing the Residual Response of Reinforced Concrete Beams Exposed to Fire by Venkatesh K. Kodur, Ankit Agrawal
- Original Paper: Flexural Capacity of Composite Beams Subjected to Fire: Fiber-Based Models and Benchmarking by Kristi L. Selden, Amit H. Varma
- Original Paper: Fire Resistance of Timber Panel Structures Under Standard Fire Exposure by Junichi Suzuki, Tensei Mizukami, Tomohiro Naruse, Yasuhiro Araki
- Original Paper: The Effect of Wind on Burning Rate of Wood Cribs by Sara McAllister, Mark Finney
- Original Paper: Ignition of Wood Fencing Assemblies Exposed to Continuous Wind-Driven Firebrand Showers by Sayaka Suzuki, Erik Johnsson, Alexander Maranghides, Samuel L. Manzello
- Original Paper: Experimental Study on Flame Height and Radiant Heat of Fire Whirls by Ritsu Dobashi, Tetsuya Okura, Ryosuke Nagaoka, Yasuhiro Hayashi et al.
- Original Paper: Fire Spread Caused by Combustible Facades in Japan by Yuhei Nishio, Hideki Yoshioka, Takafumi Noguchi, Manabu Kanematsu et al.
- Original Paper: Experimental Study on Near-Limiting Burning Behavior of Thermoplastic Materials with Various Thicknesses Under Candle-Like Burning Configuration by Yuji Nakamura, Koki Kizawa, Shohei Mizuguchi, Aki Hosogai et al.
- Original Paper: Post-Earthquake Fire Performance of Buildings: Summary of a Large-Scale Experiment and Conceptual Framework for Integrated Performance-Based Seismic and Fire Design by Brian J. Meacham
- Original Paper: Modeling of the Drift and Accumulation of Tsunami-Driven Combustible Objects: Towards Tsunami-Induced Fire Spread Simulation by Tomoaki Nishino, Yugo Imazu
- Original Paper: Examination of Extinguishment Method with Liquid Nitrogen Packed in a Spherical Ice Capsule by Hiroyuki Torikai, Miho Ishidoya, Akihiko Ito