FULL-SCALE AIRCRAFT CABIN AND EE-BAY TEST RESULTS FROM GREENWOOD, MS Presented 29 August 2000 to: INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS FIRE PROTECTION WORKING GROUP. Joe Wolfe Naval Aviation Systems Team (732) 323-7343. 737-200 TEST AIRCRAFT.
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FULL-SCALE AIRCRAFT CABIN AND EE-BAY TEST RESULTS FROM GREENWOOD, MSPresented 29 August 2000 to:INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS FIRE PROTECTIONWORKING GROUP
Naval Aviation Systems Team
Greenwood, MS test aircraft and test equipment shown
Aircraft interior and instrumentation shown
Backside view and side view of stow bin
Aircraft constraints followed for low pressure nozzle installation.
No interference with aircraft systems for low pressure installation
View between the stow bins
Wire bundles being set in place for wire arc fire above the ceilingtest condition
Wire arc event after low pressure water mist application.
No arcing detected after mist activation.
Electrically arced cable bundles above fuel source.
Pyrogen aerosol generator installed in the EE-bay.