A mathematical model for ionization-type smoke detectors and the reduced source approximation
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In this paper, the author has characterized an ionization chamber's performance dominated by convective transport, provided exact solutions for different electrode geometries and a broad range of operating parameters, and developed an approximation to describe the performance of a detector in the presence of smoke particles.
KeywordsMathematical Model Exact Solution Civil Engineer Smoke Operating Parameter
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