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Brandskydd ombord fartyg i Victoriaklassen

Nilsson, Filip LU and Björkman, Kristoffer LU (2017) In LUTVDG/TVBB VBRM01 20162
Division of Fire Safety Engineering
Abstract
In this report the fire safety on board vessels in the so called Victoria-class has been evaluated. A series of tests were conducted in a container at Revinge with the purpose to analyze the self-activation temperature and extinguishing effects of pyrotechnically generated aerosol (PGA) devices. The ventilations influence on the fire behavior and how the hull material is affected by fire were also assessed. Results showed that self-activation should not be used as an activation method in the engine room on board Victoria-class. Tests also showed that the ventilation conditions has great influence on both the behavior of the fire and the ability to achieve required concentration of the extinguishing agent. Regarding the hull material... (More)
In this report the fire safety on board vessels in the so called Victoria-class has been evaluated. A series of tests were conducted in a container at Revinge with the purpose to analyze the self-activation temperature and extinguishing effects of pyrotechnically generated aerosol (PGA) devices. The ventilations influence on the fire behavior and how the hull material is affected by fire were also assessed. Results showed that self-activation should not be used as an activation method in the engine room on board Victoria-class. Tests also showed that the ventilation conditions has great influence on both the behavior of the fire and the ability to achieve required concentration of the extinguishing agent. Regarding the hull material results showed that critical temperatures were reached within a few minutes. (Less)
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author
Nilsson, Filip LU and Björkman, Kristoffer LU
supervisor
organization
course
VBRM01 20162
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
PGA, Pyrotechnically generated aerosols, Ship, Engine room, Pyrotekniskt genererade aerosoler, Fartyg, Maskinrum
publication/series
LUTVDG/TVBB
report number
5538
language
Swedish
id
8904572
date added to LUP
2017-03-14 15:26:35
date last changed
2017-03-14 15:26:35
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  abstract     = {In this report the fire safety on board vessels in the so called Victoria-class has been evaluated. A series of tests were conducted in a container at Revinge with the purpose to analyze the self-activation temperature and extinguishing effects of pyrotechnically generated aerosol (PGA) devices. The ventilations influence on the fire behavior and how the hull material is affected by fire were also assessed. Results showed that self-activation should not be used as an activation method in the engine room on board Victoria-class. Tests also showed that the ventilation conditions has great influence on both the behavior of the fire and the ability to achieve required concentration of the extinguishing agent. Regarding the hull material results showed that critical temperatures were reached within a few minutes.},
  author       = {Nilsson, Filip and Björkman, Kristoffer},
  keyword      = {PGA,Pyrotechnically generated aerosols,Ship,Engine room,Pyrotekniskt genererade aerosoler,Fartyg,Maskinrum},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {LUTVDG/TVBB},
  title        = {Brandskydd ombord fartyg i Victoriaklassen},
  year         = {2017},
}