combustible material


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a substance that can be burned to provide heat or power

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TALE OF TWO CITIES--The amount of combustible material per square kilometer in Bangalore, India (top), is much higher than that in less-populated suburban Nashville (bottom).
A person with a burning piece of flax or some other combustible material approached the new pontiff while he was seated on his throne and intoned: "Remember, O man, that thou art dust, and unto dust shalt thou return.
The garage was filled with stacks of newspapers and other combustible material that could have been ignited by electric- or propane-powered space heaters, a detective said.
Boxes, paper, and other combustible material may catch on fire if left too close to pumps, motors, and other electrical and heat producing appliances and equipment.
Robert Kaplan is therefore working with combustible material in his book, the story of the handful of Americans who over the past 200 years have chosen to learn Arabic and live in Araby.
Coating plastic materials with this coating turns the plastic from a combustible material to a non combustible material.
Kim says the blaze may have started when a spark from construction at the site of a national art museum landed in combustible material.
Building regulations do state that structures built of combustible material (ie a wooden shed) must be at least two metres from the main house.
A flashover is the ignition of all combustible material in an enclosed space.
Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service said there was an element of luck that the petrol can landed where there was not much combustible material.
The building contained combustible material like cardboard boxes, which were being stored there.
Town manager Bruce Radford said: "The blaze has burned up a great deal of combustible material and the steady rainfall has helped to dampen it.
Because they typically don't cut, weed, graze, or prune more than a small area surrounding their homes, they live within the natural buildup of combustible material.
In addition to core sand, WMS and UWMS sieve analyses, percent methylene blue (MB) clay, percent loss on ignition and percent volatile combustible material are required to follow agglomeration behavior.
Bryant Construction Ltd of Shirley, Solihull, West Midlands, who were refurbishing the wing of the hotel where the fire broke out, admitted three similar charges by leaving the smoke detector and fire alarm out of action and storing combustible material s.