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Fire Fighting Aboard Ships

Hazard Analysis and Behavior of Combustible Materials

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Published by Gulf Pub Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fire Science And Technology,
  • Offshore engineering,
  • Security & fire alarm systems,
  • Fires and fire prevention,
  • Ship Maintenance And Repair,
  • Handbooks, manuals, etc,
  • Ships

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsM. G. Stavitskiy (Editor, Translator), T. G. Selitskaya (Translator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages260
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8350961M
    ISBN 100872013065
    ISBN 109780872013063
    OCLC/WorldCa9370862

    A Caribbean cruise vacation for more than 2, people ended abruptly on Ma , after a fire ignited aboard the gigantic cruise ship Star Princess, charring some . Get this from a library! Fire aboard: the problems of prevention and control in ships, port installations, and offshore structures. [Frank Rushbrook]. Fire fighting Some fires aboard ship may start from an enemy hit, a cigarette or match carelessly thrown away, or the spontaneous ignition of various combustible substances. Others may start from the use of spark- or flame-producing tools and equipment in an atmosphere containing explosive vapors, the improper stowage of flammable materials, or.


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Fire Fighting Aboard Ships: Structural Design and Fire Extinguishing Systems (English and Russian Edition)Format: Paperback. Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals Handbooks, manuals, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Borʹba s pozharami na sudakh. English. Fire fighting aboard ships. ISBN ()Published date:First published rd edition Rushbrooks Fire Aboard By Frank Rushbrook This unique page book, is a must for all persons and companies in any way interested in fire on board ships.

These persons include: ship owners : $   Know Your Fire Classes. To fight the fire, you need to know your types of fires, as each has its own prevention strategies as well as firefighting tactics.

The types of fires on ships are classified by the type of fuel involved. Class A (General fire) – Common materials such as wood, paper and cloths are the main fuel for the flames.

Fire and Flooding are the two potential hazards in ships. Fire fighting needs to be seen in broader sense in terms of fire, fire prevention, fire detection and fire fighting. : Controlled fire is used in our day to day lives for useful purposes.

Only uncontrolled fire is dangerous which can cause damage to ship’s crew and ship. Emergency: Fire Fighting on Board Ship Sailorinsight Octo December 7, SAFETY 1 So far we have mentioned activities intended for use both at sea and in port, but in port, there may be a few changes.

Item attributes ISBN: Published date: First published rd edition Item details. Bibliographic Notes. This unique page book, is a must for all persons and companies in any way interested in fire on board ships. STCW – Essential fire fighting training for seafarers. Red One’s Maritime Fire Fighting Training School, which forms part of the Academy of Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service is a recognised leader in the provision of top quality marine fire fighting training.

Chapters 1 and 2 deal with historical data relating to fire-fighting through the ages and to fighting of fire on board ship. Chapter 3 is an analysis of trends in ship fires. Colour charts illustrate the trend of ship fires for the years to Chapter 4 and 5 give examples of actual fire cases which have taken place at sea and in port.5/5(1).

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and Martynenko, V.I.}, abstractNote = {The volume zeros in on fire hazards on ships afloat or under construction/repair. It examines fire hazards peculiar to ships carrying.

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