Aviation fires can start in the cabin of an aircraft during flight in areas such as the galley, which is the most common in-flight and ground fire/smoke area due to electrical equipment, such as ovens, coffee makers, water heaters, and trash compactors. Aviation fires are also caused by faults in aircraft electrical systems, and lavatory fires can be caused by burning cigarettes placed in waste bins, as well as by issues with the electrical equipment inside a lavatory which may cause a fire like the toilet flush and lighting. ForensisGroup’s aviation fires expert witnesses have experience in the field of aviation operations and electrical engineering.
These professionals conduct engineering investigations, accident investigations, and aviation safety assessments. They have expertise in aircraft electrical generators and motors, aircraft power systems, on-board computers, and aircraft electrical systems. Others work in fire protection engineering, specializing in combustion science and heat transfer. Many have experience pertaining to combustion and explosions, fire extinguishing, and smoke detectors. They conduct researching into efficiency, stability, and chemical properties of fire extinguishers, study fire characteristics of aviation fires, conduct fire tests and analysis, and analyze commercial and private aircraft fires.
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