Focuses mostly on methods of evaluating how and to what extent hydraulic fluids and other fluids used in high-risk industrial situations resist catching on fire. The 14 papers from a symposium in Indianapolis, June 1995, also discuss the relatively neglected topics of potential toxicity of fluid combustion byproducts, and pool fire burning. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
George E. Totten, Jurgen Reichel
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