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Author Parot, R.; Rivera, J.I.; Reszka, P.; Torero, J.L.; Fuentes, A. doi  openurl
  Title (up) A simplified analytical model for radiation dominated ignition of solid fuels exposed to multiple non-steady heat fluxes Type
  Year 2022 Publication Combustion and Flame Abbreviated Journal Combust. Flame  
  Volume 237 Issue Pages 111866  
  Keywords Ignition delay time; Fire safety; Integral heat equation; Solid ignition; Translucent solids; In-depth absorption of radiation  
  Abstract Heat fluxes from fires are strongly time-dependent. Historically, the thermal ignition theory in its classical form has neglected this time dependency until recent years, where theories have been developed to include time-varying incident heat fluxes. This article proposes a simplified general model formulation for the heating of solid fuels exposed to four different heat flux behaviors, considering the penetration of radiation into the medium. The incident heat flux cases developed where: Constant, Linear, Exponential and Polynomial, which represent different situations related to structural and wildland fires. The analytical models consider a spatially averaged medium temperature and exact and approximate solutions are presented, based on the critical ignition temperature criterion, which are valid for solids of any optical thickness. The results were validated by comparison with various models presented in the literature, where the model granted in this work was capable to adjust to all of them, especially when high heat fluxes are involved. Therefore, the proposed model acquires a significant engineering utility since it provides a single model to be used as a general and versatile tool to predict the ignition delay time in a manageable way for solid fuels exposed to different fire conditions.  
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  ISSN 0010-2180 ISBN Medium  
  Area Expedition Conference  
  Notes WOS:000735880500007 Approved  
  Call Number UAI @ alexi.delcanto @ Serial 1521  
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