In this work wood crib burning behaviors have been simulated by using the FDS(Fire Dynamic Simulator) program. Wood cribs are regularly stacked arrays of wood sticks, and available for the performance rating of fire-extinguishers. On the basis of an angle iron supporter 26 layers of wood sticks have been stacked up. Each layer consists of 5 or 6 wood sticks which are placed in parallel, with a constant distance, and in alternating rows. They are laid between the horizontally adjacent sticks at the before last layer. The wood crib is ignited instantaneously by an amount of burning gasoline below. A comprehensive simulation of such a practical sophisticated combustion is still too difficult to realize with any currently available computer, although the performance of modern processors is getting better everyday. We could carry it out here through parallel computing on the HPC(High Performance Computing) cluster as the feasible alternative. At last the validation has been executed by means of temperature distribution data measured by the thermal video camera.