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Dataset: Time Series Data from Sensors in the Duct Above a Kitchen Cooktop During Normal Cooking and Ignition Conditions
Provided by National Institute of Standards and Technology
Updated 12 Jul 2021

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The dataset on this page is a cache of the dataset https://catalog.data.gov/dataset/time-series-data-from-sensors-in-the-duct-above-a-kitchen-cooktop-during-normal-cooking-an-451cd. It is a snapshot of the dataset as it appeared on 20 Jul 2021 13:21 GMT. The current dataset could have changed in the meantime. Attribution: Contains data retrieved from Data.gov.

This data set includes the time series data from 16 electrochemical, optical, temperature and humidity sensors in 60 experiments to characterize the conditions preceding cooktop ignition compared to the conditions of normal cooking. The sensors are placed in the exhaust duct above a mock-up kitchen cooktop. Experiments cover a broad range of conditions, including both unattended cooking and normal cooking scenarios, where 39 experiments led to auto-ignition. The experiments involve a variety of cooking oils and foods and were conducted using either an electric coil cooktop, gas-fueled cooktop, or electric oven.

Dataset:Time Series Data from Sensors in the Duct Above a Kitchen Cooktop During Normal Cooking and Ignition Conditions
Provider:National Institute of Standards and Technology
Created:11/03/2021
Updated:12/07/2021
Licence:License information is derived automatically. Refer to source for license information before using this data.
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Country:United States of America

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