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2018

  • D. Cancellieri, V. Leroy-Cancellieri, X. Silvani, F. Morandini, New experimental diagnostics in combustion of forest fuels : microscale appreciation for a macroscale approach, Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 18, 1957-1968, 2018
  • X. Silvani, F. Morandini, J.L. Dupuy, A. Susset, R. Vernet, O. Lambert. Measuring velocity field and heat transfer during natural fire spread over large inclinable bench, Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, 92, 184-201, 2018
  • F. Morandini, X. Silvani, J.L. Dupuy, A. Susset. Fire spread across a sloping fuel bed: flame dynamics and heat transfers, Combustion and Flame, 190, 158-170, 2018
  • T. Toulouse, L. Rossi, M. A. Akhloufi, A. Pieri, X. Maldague. A multimodal 3D framework for fires characteristics estimation, Measurement Science and Technology, 29, 025404, 2018
  • Z. Li, L.S. Mihaylova, O. Isupova, L. Rossi. Autonomous Flame detection in Videos with Dirichlet process Gaussian Mixture Colour Model, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, Special Section on Multisensor Fusion and Integration for Intelligent Systems, 14(3), 1146-1154, 2018
  • C. Lac, J-P Chaboureau, V. Masson, et al (Filippi J.B.). Overview of the Meso-NH model version 5.4 and its applications. Geoscientific Model Development; 11:1929–1969, 2018
  • J-B Filippi, F. Bosseur, C. Mari, et C. Lac, Simulation of a Large Wildfire in a Coupled Fire-Atmosphere Model. Atmosphere; 9:218, 2018

 

2017

  • Zhang, C, Rochoux, M, Tang, W, Gollner, M, Filippi, J-B et Trouvé, A. Evaluation of a data-driven wildland fire spread forecast model with spatially-distributed parameter estimation in simulations of the FireFlux I field-scale experiment. Fire Safety Journal 2017; 91:758–767.
  • Y. Perez-Ramirez, W.E. Mell, P.A. Santoni, J.B. Tramoni, F. Bosseur. Examination of WFDS in modeling spreading fires in a furniture calorimeter, Fire Technology, 53(5), 1795-1832, 2017
  • L. Leonelli, T. Barboni, P.A. Santoni, Y. Quilichini, A. Copalle, A characterization of aerosols emissions from the combustion of dead shrub twigs and leaves using a cone calorimeter, Fire Safety Journal, 91, 800-810, 2017
  • T. Toulouse, L. Rossi, A. Campana, T. Celik, M. Akhloufi. An evolving image dataset for processing and analysis, Fire Safety Journal, 92, 188-194, 2017
  • N. Chiaramonti, E. Romagnoli, P.A. Santoni, T. Barboni. Comparison of the combustion of pine species with two sizes of calorimeter: 10 g vs. 100 g, Fire technology, 53, 741-770, 2017
  • T. Toulouse, L. Rossi, A. Campana, T. Celik, M. Akhloufi. Computer vision for wildfire research: an evolving image dataset for processing and analysis, Fire Safety Journal, 92, 188-194, 2017
  • J. Chatelon, JH Balbi, D. Morvan, JL Rossi and T. Marcelli. A convective model for laboratory fires with well-ordered vertically-oriented fuel beds, Fire Safety Journal, 90, 54-61, 2017
  • V. Tihay-Felicelli, P.A. Santoni, G. Gerandi, T. Barboni. Smoke emissions due to burning of green waste in the mediterranean area: influence of fuel moisture content and fuel mass, Atmospheric Environment, 159, 92-106, 2017
  • T. Barboni, L. Leonelli, P.A. Santoni, V. Tihay-Felicelli. Influence of particle size on the heat release rate and smoke opacity during the burning of dead Cistus leaves and twigs, Journal of Fire sciences, 35(4), 259-283, 2017
  • G. Lapa, F. Morandini, L. Ferrat. Sap flow and photosynthetic response to climate and drought of Pinus nigra in a Mediterranean natural forest. Trees, 31:1711–1721, 2017
2016
  • D.R. Weise, E. Koo, X. Zhou, S. Mahalingam, F. Morandini, JH Balbi. Fire spread in chaparral - a comparison of laboratory data and model predictions in burning live fuels, International Journal of Wildland Fire, 25, 980-994, 2016
  • V. Tihay-Felicelli, P.A Santoni, T. Barboni, L. Leonelli. Autoignition of Dead Shrub Twigs: Influence of Diameter on Ignition, Fire Technology, 2016, 52(3), 897-929
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