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Prediction of human models with instrumental equipment on combustion damage - experiment report

9 Experimental Report

9.1 General. Describe information on 9.2. 9.6 Should be included in the test report.

9.2 Sample type. See Article 1 for the purpose of the experiment.

9.3 Sample Description. Describe the samples (multiple) of the information items below: Type, size, fabric unit area of clothing / assembly, fiber type, color, and non-standard clothing function and design characteristics. Includes clothes / components such as any pretreated description, and any holes or slits in clothing / assemblies to accommodate cable connections.

9.4 Exposure conditions. Record, information describing the exposure conditions, including: total number and total arrangement for creating a flash exposure burner; The simple sketch is sufficient; the average value of the standard deviation measured from all-naked exposure after the exposure of the thermal current density level and before and after each test series (see 8.1.4 and D.2); nominal heat flux density, duration of exposure And duration of data acquisition time For each test; regarding exposure conditions, any other information may be conducive to the results of the test piece.

9.5 Results Calculation

9.5.1 General

The total surface area of the second and third degrees burn may be based on two measurements: the dummy receives the total surface area of the second and third degrees, and / or The total energy on the surface of the body model is transferred during data acquisition. These two measurements have a direct relationship.

For all materials, assessments and specifications of clothing, at least information from the computer program, 9.5.2 and 9.5.3. The total area of the total area of the thermal flux sensor containing the body model and the total area of the human body model of the upper surface of the sample is both burn. For authentication purposes, it is preferred to use burns based on the total area of the thermal flux sensor containing the human body model.

Note: Other useful measurements are the time it takes to occur in pain and first-degree burn damage.

9.5.2 Prediction of the human body model The total area of the human model is based on the total area of the human model contains heat flux sensor; the predicted dummy area of the secondary burn ; the degree burn Predict the dummy area. Burns II and III Division The sum of changes are expected to be related to changes in false populations, such as standard deviations.

9.5.3 The total area of the predicted area of the region-based region of the human model is covered by the sample. Different burn predicted

coverage area. Three-degree burn is expected to be covered. Burns II and III degree burn sum expect the total coverage area and the relevant changes, such as standard deviations.

9.5.4 Other information on the report. Each energy transferred by all heat flux sensorsThe sum of the sum of the total amount of the sample period of the total amount of energy that is heated.The position of the population is shown and the burn level is predicted in the second, three-degree burn zone.The results of each of the heat flux sensors in the table.

9.6 Observation

Any opinions on the results of the test records on the exposure of the sample.These observations may include, but are not limited to,

thermal manikin intensity, duration and after-sales service, flame and / or wonderful position;

smoke and / or toxic gas generation;

Physical stability of the test sample, including dimensional changes (if any);

Any other observation that can be used to explain the performance of the test piece.

Supported with visual image record (see 5.7, 8.2.3, 8.2.5 and 8.3).

Article Source: Qinsun (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd.


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