Aug 20, 2011

Energy Transport in Firefighter Protective Clothing

This is a nice fire engineering project report on energy transport in firefighter protective clothing and firefighting protective clothing is a highly advanced system designed to protect people from being burned in high temperature environments. Studies have shown a time delay from when a firefighter enters a high temperature environment until the skin feels a temperature increase. A similar time delay is found when the firefighter leaves the hot environment until the skin begins to cool. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.

An experiment was conducted that used thermocouples to observe room temperatures, outside gear temperatures and skin temperatures of firefighters in high intensity and long duration heat exposures. Computer models were created to duplicate and understand the resulting temperature response in the tests. Use only for your reference and study. Thanks to the author for the report.

Author:- Spangler, Kevin B


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