- Uniform heat flow with standard deviation of temperatures, inside the heart of the firebox, less than 10% of the temp. average.
- Reaching the furnace temperature of 550 ° C in 30 sec.
- Average heat flow greater than 80 kW / m2 in the first 20s. after reaching a min. of 800 ° C.
- The flames at the core exceed at least one meter, on each side the target object, engulfing it completely.
The Fast Cook Off test is conducted with the intention of determining the reaction grade following a direct detonation of the explosive artifact subjected to a fast heating induced by the development of incandescent flames from a hydrocarbon fire.
During the test, the object is engulfed in flames of such size as to ensure that approximately 90% of the heat exchanged with the object under test is radiative.