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| Fire Behaviar Os Elelc-g tela (talc) Case History. 207 ‘Stages of Fire Development 234 Science of Fire sesso 208 Factors That Affect Fire Development.......... 294 Energy 208 Incipient Stage 2a Forms of giton 240 Growth Stage 24 Modes of Combustion 212 Folly Developed $1490 nnn 246 Thermal Energy (Heat). seeneeeee 216 Decay Stage. 246 Heal and Temperature 27 Rapid Fre Developmen... su 2A? Sources of Thermal Energy 217 Fire Behavior and Heat Transfer 219 Fire Fighting Operations .................250 7 223 Temperature Reduction 250 Gaseous Fut ” a Fuel Removal 281 Liquid Fel x ‘oxygen Exclusion 2 251 Solid Fuel aa Chemical Flame nhition 251 oxygen... eH Ventilation an Fre Behavior 252 Self-Sustained Chemical Reaction .........233 Chapter Summary ad Review Questions 25d 204 chapter s+ fe Behavior ‘Ambient Conditions. Autoignition Autoignition Temp: Backdraft... Caron Monoxide (0) Ceiling set... . Chemical Flame inhibition Combustible Liquid Combustion... Condu Convection... Endothermic Reaction... Energy. Exothermic Reaction Fire Point. Fir Fire Tetrahedron... Fite Triangle... Flame... 7 Flammable Liquit Flammable Range Flashover Flash Point Flow Path... Free Radicals: Fuel Fuel-Contealied Fuel Load. Heat a Heat Flux... Heat of Combustion... Heat Release Rate (HAR). Hydrocarbon Fuel... Hydrogen Cyanide (it NFPA® Job Performance Requirements This chapter provides information that addresses the following job performance requirements [esi —J=] =] Me 210 Incipient Stage, 241 Joules (4) sone 210 Kinetic Energy. 209 Lower Flammabie (xiosive} Limit (UF ..232 Plane Oxidation . Oxidizer arora i Passive Agent 7 212 Piloted tgnition sciences 210 Plume. Polar Solvents sani ae Potential Energy eee 208 Products of Combs Pyrolysis. Radiation Reducing Agent. Rollover... Solubility Specific Gravity. ‘Spontaneous ig Tactical Ventilation 253 Temperature soso ncn Thermal Energy... Thermal Layering : Upper mane iin oe B82 Upper Layer ‘ Vapor Oensiy... Vapor Pressure Vaporization..... Ventilation-Contralied . Watt of NFPA® 1001, Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications (2013). Firefighter | 5.3.10 5.3.1 5.3.12 Chapter 5« Fire Behavior 205 falta irl ele rele 4. Explain the science of fire as it relates to energy, forms of ignition, and modes of combustion, 63:1) Describe the impact of thermal energy on heat, temperature, and heat transfer. (5.3.12) Recognize the physical states of fuel. (5.8.10) Explain the relationship between oxygen content and life safety. (6.3.11) Identify the products of self-sustained chemical reactions. (5.3.11) Explain the factors that affect fire development. (5:3:11) Describe the stages of fire development. (5.3.11) Recognize signs, causes, and effects of rapid fire development. (5.3.11) eo Pnanr on Describe the methods through which firefighting operations can influence fire behavior. 6.3.11, 5.3.12) 206 chapters «Fire Behavior