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Jet fire

A jet or spray fire is a turbulent diffusion flame resulting from the combustion of a fuel continuously realeased with some significant momentum in a particular direction or directions.  Jet fires can arise from releases of gaseous, flashing liquid (two phase) and pure liquid inventories.  References:Health & Safety Executive.

 

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