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Fire Suppression System Performance of Alternative Agents in Aircraft Engine and Dry Bay Laboratory Simulations. Volume 1.


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Gann, R. G.

NIST SP 890; Volume 1; 789 p. November 1995.

Fire Suppression System Performance of Alternative Agents in Aircraft Engine and Dry Bay Laboratory Simulations. Volume 1, Gann, R. G., Editor(s), 1-782 pp, 1995.

Available from:

National Technical Information Service
Order number: PB96-117775

Keywords:

fire suppression; aircraft engines; nacelle fires; simulation; halon 1301; halon alternatives

Selected Papers

Executive Summary.
Gann, R. G. Introduction.
Gann, R. G. Suppression of High Speed Flames and Quasi-Detonations.
Gmurczyk, G. W.; Grosshandler, W. L. Photodegradation of CF3I.
Nyden, M. R. Effect of Suppressants on Metal Fires.
Ohlemiller, T. J.; Shields, J. R. Compatibility With Metals.
Stoudt, M. R.; Fink, J. L.; Dante, J. F.; Ricker, R. E. Interactions of Agents With Elastomers and Lubricants.
McKenna, G. B.; Horkay, F.; Verdier, P. H.; Waldron, W. K., Jr. Agent Stability Under Storage.
Harris, R. H., Jr. Optimization of System Discharge.
Yang, J. C.; Cleary, T. G.; Vazquez, I.; Boyer, C. I.; King, M. D.; Breuel, B. D.; Womeldorf, C. A.; Grosshandler, W. L.; Huber, M. L.; Weber, L.; Gmurczyk, G. W.