Book review: Temperature Calculation in Fire Safety Engineering (Ulf Wickström)

Wickström TextbookCraig Beyler, Editor-in-Chief of Fire Science Reviews, takes a close look into Temperature Calculation in Fire Safety Engineering, by Professor Ulf Wickström, recently published by Springer. This textbook provides a consistent scientific background to engineering calculation methods applicable to analyses of materials reaction-to-fire and fire resistance of structures. Read more here.


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