1990-07-01

Evaluation of the Suitability of CO Measurement for Fire Detection in Space 901285

Methods of fire detection for space application are reviewed and compared. Arguments are given in favour of a decentralized, combined particulate and gas measurement system with highly sensitive, selective and miniaturized sensor elements. For the COLUMBUS pressurized modules this leads to a new baseline concept which now includes ionization chamber and light scattering smoke detectors in the return ducts as well as CO sensors on rack level.

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