Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2011 09:53:54 -0400
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From: Dan Crowl <crowl**At_Symbol_Here**MTU.EDU>
Subject: Re: 4% hydrogen mixture
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Hi Kimberly,

I happened to notice your request for hydrogen flammability data.

I have a large database (approx. 1200 runs) of flammability data for 
hydrogen at a wide range of concentrations.  These runs were done in our 
automated 20 Liter sphere.  This is actually better data than the old 
ASTM 681 method.

The data includes complete pressure vs. time histories.

Also includes data for argon and helium.

I can send you the complete files on a dvd if you give me your mailing 

Dan Crowl
Michigan Tech University

On 9/22/2011 12:41 PM, Jeskie, Kimberly B. wrote:
> Has anyone actually tested a 4% hydrogen/ 96% argon mixture using ASTM
> E-681, as opposed to just taking the P-23 data or the Bureau of Mines
> Bulletin 503-1952 at face value?
> Kim
> Kimberly Begley Jeskie, MPH-OSHM
> Operations Manager
> Physical Sciences Directorate
> Oak Ridge National Laboratory
> (865) 574-4945

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