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Suppressant: Sulfur containing compounds

 Suppressant:Sulfur-containing Compounds

Evaluation of Halon Alternatives.. Robin, M. L.; 1991

Halon Alternatives Extinguishment Pathways.. Sheinson, R. S.; 1991

Inerting of Methane-Air Mixutres by Halon 1301 (CF3Br) and Halon Substitutes.. Zlochower, I. A.; Hertzberg, M. A.; 1991

Modes of Chemical Suppression Action: Guidance for Agent Evaluation.. Sheinson, R. S.; Baldwin, S. P.; 1993

Modeling of the Flow Properties and Discharge of Halon Replacement Agents.. DiNenno, P. J.; Forssell, E. W.; Ferreira, M. J.; Hanauska, C.; Johnson, B. A.; 1994

Cup Burner as a Suppression Mechanism Research Tool: Results, Interpretations, and Implications.. Sheinson, R. S.; Maranghides, A.; 1997

Next-Generation Fire Suppression Technology Program: NMERIC/CGET Projects Overview.. Mather, J. D.; Tapscott, R. E.; 1998

Next Generation Fire Suppression Technology Program: FY2002 Progress.. Gann, R. G.; 2002

Next Generation Fire Suppression Technology Program: FY2004 Progress.. Gann, R. G.; 2004

F-Gas Regulation and Its Implications in Fire Suppression Applications.. Robin, M. L.; 2006

Created October 20, 2011, Updated January 6, 2017