Bret W. Butler
Bret W. Butler
Research Mechanical Engineer, US Forest Service
Verified email at fs.fed.us
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Rate of spread of free-burning fires in woody fuels in a wind tunnel
WR Catchpole, EA Catchpole, BW Butler, RC Rothermel, GA Morris, ...
Combustion Science and Technology 131 (1-6), 1-37, 1998
2011998
Firefighter safety zones: a theoretical model based on radiative heating
BW Butler, JD Cohen
International Journal of Wildland Fire 8 (2), 73-77, 1998
1421998
Measurements of radiant emissive power and temperatures in crown fires
BW Butler, J Cohen, DJ Latham, RD Schuette, P Sopko, KS Shannon, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34 (8), 1577-1587, 2004
1412004
A radiation-driven model for crown fire spread
BW Butler, MA Finney, PL Andrews, FA Albini
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34 (8), 1588-1599, 2004
1132004
Current status and future needs of the BehavePlus Fire Modeling System
PL Andrews
International Journal of Wildland Fire 23 (1), 21-33, 2014
1102014
Predicting the ignition of crown fuels above a spreading surface fire. Part I: model idealization
MG Cruz, BW Butler, ME Alexander, JM Forthofer, RH Wakimoto
International Journal of Wildland Fire 15 (1), 47-60, 2006
106*2006
Modeling potential structure ignitions from flame radiation exposure with implications for wildland/urban interface fire management
JD Cohen, BW Butler
In: Proceedings of the 13th Fire and Forest Meteorology Conference …, 1998
1001998
4.4 simulating diurnally driven slope winds with windninja
J Forthofer, K Shannon, B Butler
USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Missoula, MT, 2009
832009
Measurements of convective and radiative heating in wildland fires
D Frankman, BW Webb, BW Butler, D Jimenez, JM Forthofer, P Sopko, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 22 (2), 157-167, 2013
772013
Fire behavior associated with the 1994 south canyon fire on storm king mountain, Colorado
BW Butler
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, 1998
691998
A comparison of three approaches for simulating fine-scale surface winds in support of wildland fire management. Part I. Model formulation and comparison against measurements
JM Forthofer, BW Butler, NS Wagenbrenner
International Journal of Wildland Fire 23 (7), 969-981, 2014
582014
Experimental measurements during combustion of moist individual foliage samplesA
BM Pickett, C Isackson, R Wunder, TH Fletcher, BW Butler, DR Weise
International Journal of Wildland Fire 19 (2), 153-162, 2010
572010
Wildland firefighter safety zones: a review of past science and summary of future needs
BW Butler
International Journal of Wildland Fire 23 (3), 295-308, 2014
532014
Tree injury and mortality in fires: developing process-based models
BW Butler, MB Dickinson
Fire Ecology 6 (1), 55-79, 2010
532010
Downscaling surface wind predictions from numerical weather prediction models in complex terrain with WindNinja
NS Wagenbrenner, JM Forthofer, BK Lamb, KS Shannon, BW Butler
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16 (8), 5229-5241, 2016
522016
Prediction and measurement of thermally induced cambial tissue necrosis in tree stems
JL Jones, BW Webb, BW Butler, MB Dickinson, D Jimenez, J Reardon, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 15 (1), 3-17, 2006
502006
Do mountain pine beetle outbreaks change the probability of active crown fire in lodgepole pine forests?
WM Jolly, R Parsons, JM Varner, BW Butler, KC Ryan, CL Gucker
Ecology. 93 (4): 941-946., 941-946, 2012
492012
Development of an advanced one-dimensional stem heating model for application in surface fires
JL Jones, BW Webb, D Jimenez, J Reardon, B Butler
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34 (1), 20-30, 2004
472004
Radiation heat transfer in a laboratory-scale, pulverized coal-fired reactor
BW Butler, MK Denison, BW Webb
Experimental thermal and fluid science 9 (1), 69-79, 1994
471994
Local temperature and wall radiant heat flux measurements in an industrial scale coal fired boiler
BW Butler, BW Webb
Fuel 70 (12), 1457-1464, 1991
461991
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