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Hinkley, P.L., 1956. A SOURCE OF HIGH INTENSITY RADIATION EMPLOYING AN ARC LAMP AND AN ELLIPSOIDAL MIRROR . Fire Research Notes 240
Tests have been made on full size sections of hulls for the lifeboats of oil tankers to compare the behaviour of three different materials of construction when exposed to a petrol fire representing the conditions to which a boat would be subjected when passing through a large area of sea covered with burning oil. Experiments were also included to determine the feasibility of using asbestos canopies over the boat to protect the occupants from radiant heat and smoke, and measurements were made to obtain data on the conditions in a boat protected in this manner.
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