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061 - Glazing in fire with Yu Wang

The relation between ventilation conditions and fire severity is quite a fundamental one. You don't even have to be a fire safety engineer to realize that more air means a bigger fire. But how does air get into the compartmen...

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061 - Glazing in fire with Yu Wang

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061 - Glazing in fire with Yu Wang

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The relation between ventilation conditions and fire severity is quite a fundamental one. You don't even have to be a fire safety engineer to realize that more air means a bigger fire. But how does air get into the compartme…

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059 - Residential fire safety with Dan Madrzykowski and Charlie Fleischmann

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058 - Animal pyrocognition - a path to undestand our beginnings with fire with Ivo Jacobs

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057 - Structural fire engineering with Thomas Gernay

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