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Refinement and Validation of Firebrand Transport Sub Model for a Physics Based Bushfire Prediction Model: Design of  a Firebrand Generator
Refinement and Validation of Firebrand Transport Sub Model for a Physics Based Bushfire Prediction Model: Design of a Firebrand Generator
18 Aug 2015
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Refinement and Validation of Firebrand Transport Sub Model for a Physics Based Bushfire Prediction Model: Design of a Firebrand Generator

Firebrands are burning pieces of, for example, bark, leaf litter, and twigs. Firebrands can be transported by wind from metres to kilometres from the head fire. Firebrands are responsible for causing spot fires during the spread of bushfire. Firebrands are the primary factor in house loss during bushfire.

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