Post-Fire Cleanup on the Space Station 941606

This paper addresses a 1993 study by the Space Station Freedom program examining the options for post-fire cleanup on-board the Station. The study established a model for the contamination from fires and the probable distribution of the contaminants within the module. This analysis was the basis for evaluating the options available for restoring the module after the event. The study examined the baselined crew protection gear and surface cleanup equipment and identifies inadequacies and recommends areas needing improvement.


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