Henrique A. LimaDanielli A. Lima

This article describes a model for forest fire spread simulation via cellular automata. This approach took into account important environmental factors such as wind direction, the flame intensity, wind speed and flammability. The model simulates a dense artificial environment through a two-dimensional lattice with identical trees. Fire is represented on a microscopic level as groups of flames that interact with their environment and may spread throughout the forest according to some rules of interaction. Preliminary results showed that the simulation can present interesting behaviors that transcribe many aspects of propagation in a real world scenario.

http://www.lbd.dcc.ufmg.br/colecoes/wcama/2014/003.pdf

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Henrique A. LimaDanielli A. Lima

This article describes a model for forest fire spread simulation via cellular automata. This approach took into account important environmental factors such as wind direction, the flame intensity, wind speed and flammability. The model simulates a dense artificial environment through a two-dimensional lattice with identical trees. Fire is represented on a microscopic level as groups of flames that interact with their environment and may spread throughout the forest according to some rules of interaction. Preliminary results showed that the simulation can present interesting behaviors that transcribe many aspects of propagation in a real world scenario.

http://www.lbd.dcc.ufmg.br/colecoes/wcama/2014/003.pdf

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