BEHAVE: Fire Behavior Prediction and Fuel Modeling System : BURN Subsystem, Part 1
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station, 1986 - Fire testing - 130 pages
Describes BURN Subsystem, Part 1, the operational fire behavior prediction subsystem of the BEHAVE fire behavior prediction and fuel modeling system. The manual covers operation of the computer program, assumptions of the mathematical models used in the calculations, and application of the predictions.
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20-ft windspeed acres application attack BEHAVE Burn day calculations CH/H CHANGE CLOCKWISE FROM UPHILL CONTAIN crown custom fuel models DEGREES CLOCKWISE described DIRECT DISPATCH distance effective effective windspeed ELEVATION ENTER INPUT estimate example exhibit Figure fire behavior prediction FIRE1 fireline intensity flame length Forest Forest and Range Forest Service fuel model fuel model file fuel moisture GRASS heat per unit height HELP ignition included independent initialization input values intensity KEYWORD limited LINE LINE BUILDING RATE linked LIST live herbaceous load maximum spread MI/H MIDFLAME WINDSPEED module MOIS NFDRS NOPAUSE option OUTPUT parameters PAUSE PERCENT SLOPE question QUIT rain Range rate of spread ratio REACTION relative humidity Rothermel SITE slope specified SPREAD CALCULATIONS subsystem temperature TERSE tion TORCHING TREE U.S. Department unit area values VARIABLES WANT weather WIND VECTOR windspeed WORDY