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Jin, T. and Yamada, T., 1994. Experimental Study On Effect Of Escape Guidance In Fire Smoke By Travelling Flashing Of Light Sources. Fire Safety Science 4: 705-714. doi:10.3801/IAFSS.FSS.4-705
A new escape guidance system is now developing for safety indicates appropriate escape directions by making flashing successively away from hazardous area such as fire room evacuation. This system of row of light sources An experimental study is conducted to evaluate effectiveness of the escape guidance system under smoke and non smoke condition by changing the flashing light conditions i.e., spacing length between flashing lights and traveling speed. Effects of flashing light conditions and smoke on effectiveness of guidance are examined. The result shows that the escape guidance system can be expected as a powerful tool for safety evacuation even under smoke filled condition, when the spacing length is less than 1.0 m.
emergency exit signs, traveling flashing sign, evacuation, escape guidance, fire smoke
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