Fire suppression performance of water mist under ventilation and cycling discharge conditions

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ConferenceInternational Fire and Emergency Management Symposium 2006: 21 April 2006, Seoul, Korea
Pages265274; # of pages: 10
SubjectWater mist
AbstractWhen gaseous agents are used to extinguish fires, ventilation systems in the compartment must be shut down, otherwise the fire protection system can be expected to fail. Recent research [1] showed that water mist fire suppression systems were able to extinguish fires effectively with a definable degree of ventilation, such as with open doors or vents in a compartment, while gaseous agents could not work effectively under such ventilation conditions.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number45611
NPARC number20377224
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