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ASTM E582-2007(2013)e1 Standard Test Method for Minimum Ignition Energy and Quenching Distance in Gaseous Mixtures

Standard Number:  ASTM E582-2007(2013)e1
Title:  Standard Test Method for Minimum Ignition Energy and Quenching Distance in Gaseous Mixtures
Language:  English
Status:  Current
Publisher:  American Society for Testing Material (ASTM)
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1.1 This test method covers the determination of minimum energy for ignition (initiation of deflagration) and associated flat-plate ignition quenching distances.2 The complete description is specific to alkane or alkene fuels admixed with air at normal ambient temperature and pressure. This method is applicable to mixtures of the specified fuels with air, varying from the most easily ignitable mixture to mixtures near to the limit-of-flammability compositions.

  
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