Development and validation of simple and practical models for calculating fire gas temperatures in rooms / fire cells
The data shows that the thermal properties of the surrounding structures have a great impact on the fire temperature development and on the fire exposure to the walls. The differences are also observed depending on how temperatures are probed, using PTs or TCs. The various measurements make the data series very useful for validation of fire models.
There are large differences in the fire exposure to the walls. The differences lies in both where and how the temperatures are probed but mostly what type of material the wall is made of. Using the thermal properties of the wall has a great impact which makes these data series a good tools for model developers to use and apply their model to.