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Fire Prevention and Health Assessment in Hypoxic Environment

Author:
  • Petter Berg
  • Andreas Lindgren
Publishing year: 2004
Language: English
Publication/Series: LUTVDG/TVBB--5144--SE
Document type: Student publication for Master's degree (two years)

Summary

The main objective is to investigate if hypoxic environment is a viable fire prevention method in occupied enclosures. Hypoxic environment is a technique where the oxygen concentration is constantly reduced inside an enclosure. The purpose with the technique is to prevent fires and in case of a fire reduce the risk for fire spreading. The risks are studied and different reduced oxygen concentrations have been analysed. Suitable objects and activities are discussed which illustrate the issues and complications. The conclusions made in this study are possible to use as help when designing a hypoxic environment.

Keywords

  • Technology and Engineering
  • Hypoxic environment
  • fire prevention
  • health assessment
  • health effects
  • fire behaviour
  • occupants
  • risk
  • safety
  • safety management
  • hypoxia

Other

5144
  • Göran Holmstedt (Professor)
  • ISSN: 1402-3504