Fire Simulation for Engineers/FDS/Ethanol pan

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A pan filled of ethanol[edit]

Here is an example of a steel pan filled with a thin layer of ethanol:

 &MATL ID='ethanol', EMISSIVITY=1.0, NU_FUEL=0.97,
     HEAT_OF_REACTION=880.,
     CONDUCTIVITY=0.17, SPECIFIC_HEAT=2.45, DENSITY=787.,
     ABSORPTION_COEFFICIENT=40., BOILING_TEMPERATURE=76. /
 &MATL ID='steel', EMISSIVITY=.95, DENSITY=7850.,
     CONDUCTIVITY=45.8, SPECIFIC_HEAT=0.46, / 
 &MATL ID='concrete', DENSITY=2200.,
     CONDUCTIVITY=1.2, SPECIFIC_HEAT=0.88, /
 &SURF ID='pool', MATL_ID='ethanol','steel','concrete',
     THICKNESS=0.01,0.001,0.05 /
 &VENT XB=0.,1.,0.,1.,0.,0., SURF_ID='pool' /