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Jason January 11, 2004 18:45

Fire spread model in Phoenics
 
Anyone can let know if fire spread model is incorporated into Phoenics? thanks.

Jason

Jason January 12, 2004 23:37

Re: Fire spread model in Phoenics
 
I know that it's possible vis user FORTRAN, but I would like to know if the flame spread model is build-in the code. Thanks.

Leon Mills January 13, 2004 01:32

Re: Fire spread model in Phoenics
 
What level of flame spread are you talking about.

Is it a simple fire 'groth' according to the t2 rule, or are you talking about flame spread as in vertical or horizontal flame spread.

The first case pheonics has the capcity to emulate with using FORTRAN. The second option require FORTRN.

Hope this helps,

Leon

Jason January 13, 2004 01:42

Re: Fire spread model in Phoenics
 
Thanks for your reply. What do you mean by "The first case pheonics has the capacity to emulate with using FORTRAN" and "The second option require FORTRN" ? what is t2 rule? I am interested in the vertical or horizontal flame spread, is there built-in models in PHOENICS so that I just input the data is enough? or I must modify the user subroutine and re-compile it?


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