Building in bushfire-prone areas: information and advice
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CHAPTER Z How buildings are ignited damaged or destroyed
Assessing and quantifying the attack
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3959 for protection adequate protection adjacent aluminium attack by burning burning debris bushfire attack bushfire-prone areas Clause combustible materials concrete construction cotton covered CSIRO damage desirable doors entry of burning existing vegetation fabrics fibre-cement sheet Fibreglass fibres finished ground level fire front fire-retardant treated timber fire-retardant treatments flame contact flooring system flyscreens fuel load fuel reduction fuel-reduced area glass glazing ground/floor gap Handbook hazard heat and flame ignited by burning ignition sources intense radiant heat Laminated glass located masonry mesh metal mineral wool modes of attack particleboard pise polystyrene polyurethane posts and columns posts or columns rammed earth rate of spread rayon re-entrant corners reduce roof pitch rooflights sarking screens sealed SHEETED ROOFS shutters siting slope soffit Standards Australia suitable fire retardant supporting posts thermoplastic Timber cladding Timber Framing treatments or coatings trees underfloor space upgraded room ventilation vents and weepholes verandahs wall Wind loads windbreaks Window frames