4 edition of Risks and issues in fire safety on the space station found in the catalog.
Risks and issues in fire safety on the space station
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 106430., NASA technical memorandum -- 106430.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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British astronaut Tim Peake, who is currently on a mission at the International Space Station, has explained how to safely respond to a fire in deep outer space.
Mr Peake was speaking via a Facebook question and answer session directly from the space station. The elements of the U.S. space program fire-safety strategy, as derived by the authors (ref. 5) from this early assessment, is illustrated in figure 1. The strategy is, in effect, a tradeoff of minimum risk levels against practical fire protection.
The desired, lowest-risk element is fire prevention through exclusion. With safety and programmatic risks to address, further delays are likely. This could ultimately jeopardize the United States' uninterrupted access to the space station and may lessen NASA’s return on investment with the contractors.
Commercial. Fire Detection. On Earth, smoke rises so smoke detectors are typically set on the ceilings. This isn't the case in space. The flow of air is strictly controlled within the space station, so sensors are placed in the ventilation systems for the best chance of early detection.
Placement of fire detection is critical throughout your premises, as is the choice of detector type for each area in. Risks and issues in fire safety on the Space Station A fire in the inhabited portion of a spacecraft is a greatly feared hazard, but fire protection in space operations is complicated by two factors.
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In space, a smaller, blue flame burns on the center of the wick. Credit: NASA Convection, the movement of air, is an important way that heat is transferred to other spaces.
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