It started under the stairs and travelled upwards, like a chimney effect
Pal chose the rocky hillside on the west side of Prescott after surveying 200 sites throughout Arizona, He wanted to build a home as tall as possible, to create the chimney effect
that is paramount to the natural heating and cooling of the home, while providing the most amazing views.
Any domestic property where you have a stairwell, if you've got a fire downstairs, you've got what's called the chimney effect
Waterproof storm vents allow for the active circulation of air even in the wettest conditions, with side and front and back yoke vents creating a chimney effect
that allows cool air in and humid air to escape.
The holes will create] a chimney effect
because it will be very hot and it will rise through the opening.
The candle generates a soft suction which creates a chimney effect
vibrating the air near the ear drum and so giving it a gentle massage.
creates pressure and the hot gas is transported through the height difference.
The objective was to improve the chimney effect
to remove the heat which accumulates under the carbon fibre-reinforced cladding while optimising air supply in the process, a statement said.
As with Jeffrey Gray, a prosecution expert who gave evidence last week, Reed described the chimney effect
caused by the gap between the stairs acting as a conduit for the fire on the ground floor, allowing it to travel quickly to the second floor.
I put the candle in the ear and light the other end so it causes a chimney effect
By unstable he means that warm air masses rise, creating a kind of chimney effect
that pulls smoke and burning embers high, which contributes to the spot fires that jump beyond fire lines.
Flames rapidly spread - drawn upstairs by the chimney effect
of an open top-floor window - and by the time Mrs Spence was woken by the smoke, the house was already ablaze and filling with dense smoke, Mr MacDonald told the jury.