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Initiation of Smouldering Combustion in Biomass
Initiation of Smouldering Combustion in Biomass
18 Aug 2015
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Initiation of Smouldering Combustion in Biomass

Smoulder is a type of slow, low-temperature combustion of relevance to bushfires. It occurs both in pre-fire and post-fire stages. Many fires are caused by smouldering fire; once ignited, smouldering often lasts for days or weeks and can turn into flaming combustion.

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Paul R. Medwell; Cristian H. Birzer; Phillip J. van Eyk
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