2018 - Fellow of the Combustion Institute for groundbreaking advances in the understanding of fire dynamics, combustion in microgravity, and protection and supression systems
2008 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
His primary scientific interests are in Combustion, Mechanics, Ignition system, Airflow and Simulation. His biological study focuses on Cone calorimeter. His Mechanics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Meteorology, Flame spread and Thermodynamics.
The Ignition system study combines topics in areas such as Critical heat flux, Heat flux, Flow conditions, Solid fuel and Composite material. The various areas that he examines in his Airflow study include Porosity, Environmental engineering and Incineration. His work carried out in the field of Simulation brings together such families of science as Thermocouple, Computational fluid dynamics, Marine engineering and Fire test.
His primary areas of investigation include Combustion, Mechanics, Composite material, Ignition system and Waste management. He mostly deals with Smouldering in his studies of Combustion. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Diffusion flame and Flame spread.
His work on Laminar flame speed as part of his general Diffusion flame study is frequently connected to Diffusion, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Jose L. Torero has included themes like Flammability and Critical heat flux, Heat flux in his Ignition system study. The concepts of his Environmental remediation study are interwoven with issues in Coal tar and Environmental engineering.
Jose L. Torero mainly investigates Composite material, Mechanics, Thermal, Heat transfer and Flame spread. His Mechanics research includes themes of Combustion, Airflow and Thermal radiation. His Combustion study combines topics in areas such as Waste management, Soil water, Contamination and Coal tar.
His Thermal study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mechanical engineering, Heat sink, Atmospheric sciences, Heat flux and Efficient energy use. Jose L. Torero has researched Heat transfer in several fields, including Smouldering, Work, Thermal equilibrium and Organic liquids. His Flame spread research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Soot, Radiative transfer and Gravity.
Combustion, Mechanics, Smouldering, Heat transfer and Thermal radiation are his primary areas of study. The Combustion study combines topics in areas such as Waste management and Soil contamination. His studies link Airflow with Mechanics.
His research integrates issues of Soil water, Coal tar and Contamination, Environmental remediation in his study of Smouldering. His work deals with themes such as Energy balance, Fire protection and Work, which intersect with Heat transfer. His Thermal radiation study also includes
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SFPE handbook of fire protection engineering
Morgan J. Hurley;Daniel Gottuk;John R. Hall;Kazunori Harada.
The severity of smouldering peat fires and damage to the forest soil
Guillermo Rein;Natalie Cleaver;Clare Ashton;Paolo Pironi.
SOOTING BEHAVIOR DYNAMICS OF A NON-BUOYANT LAMINAR DIFFUSION FLAME
A. Fuentes;S. Rouvreau;P. Joulain;J.-P. Vantelon.
Combustion Science and Technology (2007)
Application of genetic algorithms and thermogravimetry to determine the kinetics of polyurethane foam in smoldering combustion
Guillermo Rein;Chris Lautenberger;A. Carlos Fernandez-Pello;Jose L. Torero.
Combustion and Flame (2006)
How did the WTC towers collapse: a new theory
Asif Sohail Usmani;Y.C. Chung;J.L. Torero.
Fire Safety Journal (2003)
Forward smolder of polyurethane foam in a forced air flow
J.L. Torero;A.C. Fernandez-Pello.
Combustion and Flame (1996)
Opposed Forced Flow Smoldering of Polyurethane Foam
J. L. Torero;A.C. Fernandez-Pello;M. Kitano.
Combustion Science and Technology (1993)
Round-robin study of a priori modelling predictions of the Dalmarnock Fire Test One
Guillermo Rein;Jose L. Torero;Wolfram Jahn;Jamie Stern-Gottfried;Jamie Stern-Gottfried.
Fire Safety Journal (2009)
Kinetic and Fuel Property Effects on Forward Smoldering Combustion
S. V. Leach;G. Rein;Janet L Ellzey;Ofodike A Ezekoye.
Combustion and Flame (2000)
Upward flame spread on a vertically oriented fuel surface: The effect of finite width
Ali S. Rangwala;Steven G. Buckley;Jose L. Torero.
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute (2007)
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