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ISO TR 16312-2

Guidance for assessing the validity of physical fire models for obtaining fire effluent toxicity data for fire hazard and risk assessment — Part 2: Evaluation of individual physical fire models

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 January 2021
Status: active
Page Count: 52
ICS Code (Other standards related to protection against fire): 13.220.99
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This document assesses the utility of physical fire models that have been standardized, are commonly used, and/or are cited in national or international standards, for generating fire effluent toxicity data of known accuracy. This is achieved by using the criteria established in ISO 16312-1 and the guidelines established in ISO 19706. The aspects of the models that are considered are: the intended application of the model, the combustion principles it manifests, the fire stage(s) that the model attempts to replicate, the types of data generated, the nature and appropriateness of the combustion conditions to which test specimens are exposed, and the degree of validity established for the model.

Document History

ISO TR 16312-2
January 1, 2021
Guidance for assessing the validity of physical fire models for obtaining fire effluent toxicity data for fire hazard and risk assessment — Part 2: Evaluation of individual physical fire models
This document assesses the utility of physical fire models that have been standardized, are commonly used, and/or are cited in national or international standards, for generating fire effluent...
March 1, 2007
Guidance for assessing the validity of physical fire models for obtaining fire effluent toxicity data for fire hazard and risk assessment — Part 2: Evaluation of individual physical fire models
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