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SR226 Residential kitchen local fire protection - cost effectiveness analysis (2010)

Abbreviation
SR226
Valid from
01/01/2010

Information provider
´╗┐BRANZ Limited
Author
A. P. Robbins
Information type
Study report
Format
PDF

Description

This is the second of a series of two reports prepared during research into kitchen stove-top fires and a method of using cost effectiveness analyses to compare various solutions. The first report in this series is BRANZ Study Report 225 Residential kitchen local fire protection - experiments.

Scope

This project focuses on reducing the problem of cooking fires using the approach of local suppression systems. Specifically, the cost effectiveness analysis aspect of this project was to develop a framework to assess the impact of potential local fire protection systems for stove-top kitchen fires. An example system of a single residential sprinkler head was used for demonstration purposes for the cost effectiveness assessment framework presented here.

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SR226 Residential kitchen local fire protection - cost effectiveness analysis (2010)

Description

This is the second of a series of two reports prepared during research into kitchen stove-top fires and a method of using cost effectiveness analyses to compare various solutions. The first report in this series is BRANZ Study Report 225 Residential kitchen local fire protection - experiments.

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SR226 Residential kitchen local fire protection - cost effectiveness analysis (2010)
Description

This is the second of a series of two reports prepared during research into kitchen stove-top fires and a method of using cost effectiveness analyses to compare various solutions. The first report in this series is BRANZ Study Report 225 Residential kitchen local fire protection - experiments.

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