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Fire suppression capabilities of gas-like micromist

The proclamation of the Montreal protocol in 1987, phasing out ozone depleting halons as fire suppression agent has led to a worldwide research and development effort to find alternative systems. Read more

ACCE DTP fully-funded project: Does fire alter plant-mycorrhiza feedbacks in heathlands?

Background. Global fire regimes are changing. In the UK, fires are become more frequent and sometimes more severe. These changes irrevocably alter plant and soil communities, potentially affecting important interactions between plants and symbiotic soil mutualists. Read more

Behaviour of protected and unprotected high strength steel structures in fire

High strength steel is an increasingly popular material choice for civil engineering structures owing to its high performance and ability to reduce the overall material usage in a project. Read more

Lithium battery and composite fires

In the aerospace and ground transport industries, electrification of propulsion and reduction of vehicle weight through increased use of polymer matrix composites (PMCs) are the spearheads of the effort to decrease emissions. Read more

QUADRAT DTP: How much of the wildfire record are we seeing in the fossil record?

One of the consequences of recent climate change and human disturbance is that grassland, heath, peatland and forest ecosystems are now becoming more fire prone due to higher summer temperatures and reduced precipitation which creates a water deficit. Read more

Steppe fires, dust storms and deposition of the light-absorbing impurities on the Tien Shan glaciers

The project aims to assess the influence of the wildfire on the development of dust storms in the steppes of Central Asia and north-western China and evaluate the combined input of the wildfire and dust storms on the deposition of the Light Absorbing Impurities (LAI) on the snowpack and glaciers in the Tien Shan Mountains. Read more

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