Smoke Abatement System for Crash Rescue/Fire Training Facilities
Final rept. Sep 1979-Sep 1981
AIR FORCE ENGINEERING AND SERVICES CENTER TYNDALL AFB FL ENGINEERING AND SERVICES LAB
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This report provides the design for a smoke-abated aircraft crash rescue trainer. The design is for a 75-ft diameter fire area suitable for operation in freezing and nonfreezing climates. With this system liquid petroleum fuels can be burned with little or no smoke by injecting a fine water spray near the surface of the burning fuel. This method of smoke abatement is being applied at military fire fighting training facilities. The report includes all equipment necessary for the smoke abatement function and provides detailed step-by-step operating procedures.
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