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Ventilation Limited Fire

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In this video, you’ll obtain information to understand how fire behaves and the evidence it may leave behind.

Ventilation is the exchange of hot, oxygen-depleted gases, with cool, oxygen-rich air. This ventilation-limited fire consumes all the oxygen needed for combustion. Once the fire consumes the oxygen there isn’t any left to feed the fire.

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