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Fei Tang

Bio: Fei Tang is an academic researcher from Hefei University of Technology. The author has contributed to research in topics: Ceiling (cloud) & Plume. The author has an hindex of 26, co-authored 70 publications receiving 1790 citations. Previous affiliations of Fei Tang include University of Warwick & University of Science and Technology of China.


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TL;DR: In this article, a scale model of an 0.8m cubic fire compartment with six window-like geometries and an attached 3m (wide) × 5m (high) facade wall was used.

144 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors analyzed the longitudinal decay profiles of CO concentration and smoke temperature in a tunnel fire smoke flow and compared with their difference investigated, under different longitudinal ventilation velocities.

136 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, a series of experiments were carried out in a model-scale tunnel to investigate the buoyant flow stratification behaviors in a tunnel fire with complexity of combination of longitudinal ventilation and ceiling extraction, which had not been studied before.

114 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors investigated experimentally the thermal buoyant smoke back-layering flow length beneath the tunnel ceiling with combination ceiling extraction and longitudinal ventilation, especially focusing on the condition that the ceiling extraction is employed at upstream side of the fire source, which has not previously been reported.

105 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors investigated the probability of flames being ejected out intermittently with a certain probability in a 0.8m cubic enclosure for seven different opening geometries, where a Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) porous gas burner was used as a fire source.

87 citations


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01 Sep 1982
Abstract: Fifty-five full-scale steady-state experiments were conducted to study the flow induced by a simulated pool fire in a compartment under conditions characteristic of the developing fire period. The mass flow rate through the door or window opening and bounds on the fire plume entrainment rate are presented as a function of opening geometry, fire strength, and fire location. The characteristics of the measured opening flow rates are explained by a simple hydrostatic model based on temperature distribution. A good correlation between the measured results and the idealized flows, taking into account the complete temperature distribution, is demonstrated. Entrainment results for fires near walls are in reasonable agreement with results from free-standing plume models. Except for the smallest openings, fires in other locations entrain at a rate two to three times the rate predicted by these models. This phenomenon is attributed to room disturbances caused by the opening flow and is similar to the behavior of a fire plume in a cross wind.

233 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors reviewed the physics and correlations for the burning behavior of pool fires in wind, and discussed also challenges for future research on this topic, especially for wind-blown large scale pool fires.

182 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the effect of tunnel slope on the fire induced hot gas temperature profile beneath the ceiling has not been clarified nor included in existing models and experiments are carried out in a reduced scale model tunnel with dimensions of 6m (length) − 1.3m (width) − 0.8m (height).

154 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors analyzed the physics characteristics of the flame plume temperature, induced by a ceiling jet and their coupling with an extraction flow, using a ceiling smoke extraction. And the results indicated that the new global model can effectively predict experimental data.

147 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a series of burning experiments were conducted in a model-scale mechanical ventilation tunnel to study the characteristics of smoke layer thickness and plug-holing with multiple point extraction system.

126 citations