Library of Articles
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The following articles are available to download:
Sustained Combustion of an Animal Carcass and Its Implications for the Consumption of Human Bodies in Fires, by DeHaan and Nurbakhsh, Journal of Forensic Sciences, Sept. 2001, 1076-1081.
Combustion of Animal Fat and Its Implications for the Consumption of Human Bodies in Fires, by DeHaan, Campbell, and Nurbakhsh, Science & Justice 1999; 39(1):27-38.
Volatile Organic Compounds from the Combustion of Human and Animal Tissue, by DeHaan, Brien, and Large, Science & Justice, Vol. 44, No. 4 (2004) 223-236.
The Dynamics of Flash Fires Involving Flammable Hydrocarbon Liquids, by DeHaan, The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology 17(1):24-31, 1996.
Deflagrations Involving Stratified Heavier-Than-Air Vapor/Air Mixtures, by DeHaan, Crowhurst, Hoare, Bensilum, and Shipp, Fire Safety Journal 36 (2001) 693-710.
Spontaneous Ignition Part I: What Really Happens, by DeHaan, Fire & Arson Investigator, March 1996.
Spontaneous Ignition Part II: Investigation, by DeHaan, Fire & Arson Investigator, June 1996. [note this file is ~1.7 MB]
Reliability of Fire Tests & Computer Modeling in Fire Scene Reconstruction, Part One, by DeHaan, Fire & Arson Investigator, January 2005.
Reliability of Fire Tests & Computer Modeling in Fire Scene Reconstruction, Part Two, by DeHaan, Fire & Arson Investigator, April 2005 [note this file is ~6 MB].
Combustion Properties of Human and Large Animal Remains, by DeHaan and Pope, poster presented at Interflam 2007 [note this file is a 1m x 1m poster and is 1.7 MB].
Reconstruction of a Fatal Fire in a Parked Motor Vehicle, by J.D. DeHaan and F.L. Fisher, Fire & Arson Investigator, January 2003, pp. 42-46.
Exploding Gas Cans and Other Fire Myths, by J.D. DeHaan, The CAC News, 3rd Quarter, 2004 pp. 20-26.
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