Transient Application Recirculating Pool Fire, Agent Effectiveness Screen: Final Report
William L. Grosshandler, Anthony P. Hamins, Jiann C. Yang, Kevin B. McGrattan, Cary Presser
A three-year research effort has been conducted as part of the Next Generation Program (NGP) to develop a laboratory screening device suitable for predicting the behavior of halon alternatives in full-scale fire suppression experiments. Most of the work has focused on the transient delivery of gaseous agents and interactions with an obstacle-stabilized propane pool tire. The final report of this effort was recently issued as a NlST report (NISTIR 6733). Motivation for the study and significant findings are summarized in this paper.
, Hamins, A.
, Yang, J.
, McGrattan, K.
and Presser, C.
Transient Application Recirculating Pool Fire, Agent Effectiveness Screen: Final Report, Special Publication (NIST SP), National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=909116
(Accessed October 6, 2022)