Study of industrial grade thermal insulation as passive fire protection up to 1200 °c - Bjørge JS, Gunnarshaug A, Log T, Metallinou MM.

It has recently been demonstrated that 50 mm thick industrial grade thermal insulation may serve as passive fire protection of jet fire exposed thick walled steel distillation columns. The present study investigates the performance of thermal insulation in...
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