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Fire, Volume 3, Issue 1 (March 2020) – 7 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Shown is a QUIC-Fire simulated smoke plume from a pine-forest wildfire. A simple, [...] Read more. Shown is a QUIC-Fire simulated smoke plume from a pine-forest wildfire. A simple, computationally-efficient surrogate model was created for predicting particulate emission factors for reduced-order simulations. Leveraging a database of detailed simulations, the surrogate model translates particle-formation phenomena to simple correlations connecting fire characteristics (flame length, gas velocities, and local oxygen concentrations) to local emission factors as well as estimate emitted particle size distributions. Emitted particles are subsequently transported and dispersed using QUIC-Plume, a plume trajectory model, with QUIC-Fire velocity fields.View this paper.