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Old   January 28, 2002, 18:22
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John H. Mammoser
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I am wondering if anyone has modeled fire ejecting through windows in high rise buildings? If you know of a colleague who has or if you have researched something similar, please let me know.

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Old   January 29, 2002, 08:39
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Sergei Zhubrin
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You might like to have a look at here: the building is not high rise though and the combustion model is very simple. It should not really matter for demonstration, should it?
This is a PHOENICS example showing that the existing simulation techniques can be easily applied to do what is required.

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Old   January 30, 2002, 07:48
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Try :

http://www.itsc.com/
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Old   January 30, 2002, 13:22
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Doug
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Another place to check:

http://www.csefire.com

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