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Combustive Characteristics of Pinus Rigida Specimens Treated with Bis-(dialkylaminoalkyl) Phosphinic Acid Derivatives
비스-디알킬아미노알킬 포스핀산 유도체로 처리된 리기다 소나무 시험편의 연소특성
- Jin, Eui (Fire & Disaster Prevention Research Center, Kangwon National University) ;
- Chung, Yeong-Jin (Department of Fire & Disaster Prevention, Kangwon National University)
- Received : 2013.08.07
- Accepted : 2013.09.03
- Published : 2013.12.10
This study was performed to test the combustive properties of pinus rigida specimens treated with bis-(dimethylaminomethyl) phosphinic acid, bis-(diethylaminomethyl) phosphinic acid (DEDAP), and bis-(dibuthylaminomethyl) phosphinic acid. Pinus rigida specimens were painted in three times with 15 wt% bis-(dialkylaminoalkyl) phosphinic acid solutions at the room temperature. After drying the treated specimens, combustive properties were examined by the cone calorimeter (ISO 5660-1). Combustion-retardation properties were found to be improved partially due to the treated bis-(dialkylaminoalkyl) phosphinic acids in the virgin pinus rigida. In particular, the specimens treated with DEDAP showed both the lower total heat release rate (
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