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APPENDIX A CONFERI~CE PROGRAM ON FIRE AND SMOKE RESISTANT MATERIALS National Academy of Sciences 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. November 8-10, 1994 Tuesday, November ~ 8:30 Conference Introduction Eli M. Pearce, Polytechnic University 9:00 Federal Aviation Administration Fire-Safety Mission Thomas E. McSweeny, Federal Aviation Administration (FAAJ 9:30 10:m Il:m Il:30 12:00 Airplane Accidents and Fires Thomas M. Murray, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group Heat Exposure and Burning Behavior of Cabin Materials During an Aircraft Post-Crash Fuel Fire Constantine P. Sarkos, Federal Aviation Administration, Technical Center Fundamental Fire Properties of Combustible Materials Dougal D. Drysdale, University of Edinburgh Fire Tests and Hazard Evaluation James G. Quintiere, University of Maryland Fire Properties of Materials Archie Tewarson, Factory Mutual (presented by Ronald Alpert, Factory Mutual) 1:30 Fire-Screen~ng Results of Polymers and Composites Usman Sorathia, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division 2:00 Fire Properties of Future Material Candidates Charles A. Wilkie, Marquette University 243

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244 2:30 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 Improved Fire- arm Smoke-Resistant Materials Meeting FR Goals Using Polymer Additive Systems Edward D. Weil, Polytechnic University Developments in Thermally Stable Polymers Paul Hergenrother, National Aeronautics arut Space Administration, Langley Research Center An Overview of inorganic and Organome~lic Polymers Ma01 Zeldin, City University of New York Staten Islar~ Flame-Retarding Woo! Textile Materials arid the Evaluation of Thermally Stable Polymers for Commercial Airplanes Sally A. Hasselbrack, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group ADJOURN Wednesday, November 9 8:30 Smoke Toxicity David Purser, Fire Research Station, United Kingdom 9:00 9:30 In-Service Performance Criteria for Aircraft Hanns-Ioerg Betz, Lufthansa German Airlines Design of Aircraft Interiors Swen I. Scha~ch, Deutsche Aerospace Airbus 10:00 Processing and Manufacturing of Interior Components Hans-Dieter Berg, Deutsche Aerospace Airbus 10:30 Charge to Workshop and Logistics Eli M. Pearce, Polytechnic University Il:m Breakout Sessions Session ~ - Toxicity Issues Session Chair: Stephanie Skaggs, New Mexico Engineering Research Institute Session II - Fire Perfoanance Parameters Session Chair: Richard Gann, National Institute of Standards arm Technology Session m - Drivers for Materials Development Session Chair: Dennis Nollen, DuPont

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Amp ~ ~ - ma ~ Tact Session Chair: John Rock, ~o 5:00 A ~ O CRUD lliue day, DlDv _ or 1@ A:30 PI :m 12:00 D1scuss10n of Conclusions 1: ~^DJOu~ 245 B ^ ut Groups Season Chars All

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