Decision Analysis Model for Passenger-Aircraft Fire Safety with Application to Fire-Blocking of Seats
Interim rept. Nov 1982-Dec 1983
NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS WASHINGTONDC NATIONAL ENGINEERING LAB
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This report develops a generic model for analysis of the costs and benefits of fire-risk reducing strategies related to passenger airlines. The model calculates incremental costs for installing and operating these options. It also calculates estimated lives saved and property damage avoided, and it provides rules for combining costs and benefits into a single measure of attractiveness for an alternative. This model is then applied to the strategy of fire-blocking seats on passenger airlines, either on U.S. airlines or on all world airlines.
- Commercial and General Aviation
- Safety Engineering