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01-1-S190-EP Unit 1 - Basic Concepts of Wildland Fire
01-2-S190-EP Unit Objective Define basic terminology used in wildland fire.
01-3-S190-EP Parts of a Fire
01-6-S190-EP Flank (Flanks)
01-7-S190-EP Rear or Heel
01-12-S190-EP Spot Fire
01-13-S190-EP Head Rear or Heel Origin Right Flank Left Flank Which flank is more active? Where would you start to fight this fire?
01-14-S190-EP What are these two fire parts called?
01-15-S190-EP Fire Behavior Terms
01-16-S190-EP Smoldering Fire burning without flame and barely spreading.
01-17-S190-EP Creeping Fire burning with a low flame and spreading slowly.
01-18-S190-EP Running Fire spread rapidly with a well defined head. *Click on image to play video
01-19-S190-EP Spotting Fire producing sparks or embers that are carried by the wind or convection that start new fires beyond the main fire *Click on image to play video
01-21-S190-EP Crowning Fire advances from top-to-top of trees or shrubs more or less independently of the surface fire. *Click on image to play video
01-22-S190-EP Flare up Sudden acceleration of fire spread or intensity, but of relatively short duration.
01-23-S190-EP Firewhirl A spinning, moving column of ascending air rising within a vortex and carrying aloft smoke, debris, and flames. *Click on image to play video
01-24-S190-EP What type of fire behavior is this? *Click on image to play video
01-25-S190-EP What type of fire behavior is this? *Click on image to play video
01-26-S190-EP Other useful firefighting terms Anchor point Control line Fireline Mop-up Contained Controlled L.C.E.S.
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01-3- S190- EP Convection Radiation Conduction.
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