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Suppression Agent Vapor Loading and Effectiveness Assessment for Engine Nacelles

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Author(s)

J W. Fleming, Jiann C. Yang

Abstract

There is a high probability that gases or liquids with high boiling points, higher than that of Halon 1301, will be required to provide fire protection in engine nacelles. In such complex flow environments, the performance of the suppression agent will depend on a number of parameters including physical properties of the agent (heat capacity, boiling point, heat of vaporization), the application temperature, and the flow-imposed time constraints for liquid agent evaporation. This wok addresses the potential performance of possible compounds via a computational approach in order to eliminate unsuitable compounds from consideration and determine favorable properties that successful agents are likely to possess.
Conference Dates
May 24-26, 2005
Conference Location
Undefined
Conference Title
Halon Options Technical Working Conference

Keywords

droplets, engine nacelle, evaporation, fire suppression, halon, simulation

Citation

Fleming, J. and Yang, J. (2005), Suppression Agent Vapor Loading and Effectiveness Assessment for Engine Nacelles, Halon Options Technical Working Conference, Undefined, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=861357 (Accessed April 24, 2024)
Created May 25, 2005, Updated October 12, 2021