Kristopher Overholt

Affiliations: 
Mechanical Engienering University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
Area:
Fire Protection
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Weinschenk CG, Overholt KJ, Madrzykowski D. (2015) Simulation of an Attic Fire in a Wood Frame Residential Structure, Chicago, IL Fire Technology
Overholt KJ, Kurzawski AJ, Cabrera J, et al. (2014) Fire behavior and heat fluxes for lab-scale burning of little bluestem grass Fire Safety Journal. 67: 70-81
McGrattan K, Peacock R, Overholt K. (2014) Validation of Fire Models Applied to Nuclear Power Plant Safety Fire Technology
Overholt KJ, Floyd JE, Ezekoye OA. (2014) Computational Modeling and Validation of Aerosol Deposition in Ventilation Ducts Fire Technology
Overholt KJ, Ezekoye OA. (2014) Quantitative Testing of Fire Scenario Hypotheses: A Bayesian Inference Approach Fire Technology. 1-33
Overholt KJ, Cabrera J, Kurzawski A, et al. (2014) Characterization of Fuel Properties and Fire Spread Rates for Little Bluestem Grass Fire Technology. 50: 9-38
Cabrera JM, Overholt KJ, Abbasi M, et al. (2013) Glovebox fire suppression experimental and computational characterization Asme 2013 Heat Transfer Summer Conf. Collocated With the Asme 2013 7th Int. Conf. On Energy Sustainability and the Asme 2013 11th Int. Conf. On Fuel Cell Science, Engineering and Technology, Ht 2013. 2
Overholt KJ, Ezekoye OA. (2012) An inverse fire modeling methodology for the determination of fire size, fire location, and soot deposition in a compartment Asme International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Proceedings (Imece). 7: 1899-1907
Overholt KJ, Ezekoye OA. (2012) Characterizing Heat Release Rates Using an Inverse Fire Modeling Technique Fire Technology. 48: 893-909
Overholt KJ, Gollner MJ, Perricone J, et al. (2011) Warehouse commodity classification from fundamental principles. Part II: Flame heights and flame spread Fire Safety Journal. 46: 317-329
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