SUPDET® 2018: Gaseous and Clean Agents

Thursday, November 15, 12:30-2:30 pm ET

SUPDET® 2018: Gaseous and Clean Agents

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Since 1997, the Research Foundation has organized Suppression, Detection and Signaling Research and Applications Symposium (SUPDET®), an annual symposium which brings together leading experts in the field of fire protection engineering for the purpose of sharing recent research and development on techniques used for fire suppression, detection, and signaling. These events are generally attended by a variety of fire protection professionals, such as engineers, researchers, insurers, designers, manufacturers, installers, and AHJs. This webinar will present multiple presentations on the topics of gaseous and clean agents.

PRESENTERS:

  • A Case Study in Oxygen Reduction Systems: Protecting the Star Spangled Banner - Presenter: James H. Call, Smithsonian Institution
  • Discharge Characteristics of the Super-Pressurized Halocarbon Clean Agents - Presenter: Arash Aran, Johnson Controls Inc.
  • Noise Measurement Technique and Metrics for Fire Suppression Nozzles - Presenters: Sudarshan Koushik, Duane McCormick, and May Corn, United Technologies Research Center (UTRC), Paul Johnson, United Technologies
  • Carbon Dioxide Flow Calculations - Presenter: Eric Forssell, Jensen Hughes

Who will benefit: Engineers, researchers, insurers, designers, manufacturers, installers, and AHJs.

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