New fire-simulating tool could improve in-flight fire safety

Some of the most dangerous fires are the ones you don’t see coming. That goes not only for fires in buildings but for those kilometers off the ground, aboard commercial airliners. Many aircraft have systems to detect fires early on, but fires that spark in their attics, or overhead compartments—spaces with curved ceilings, filled with air ducts, electrical wiring and structural elements—could potentially sneak past them. Read More

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