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CUSTER POWELL INCORPORATED

Fire Safety Consulting Services


Richard L. P. Custer, M.S.

Highlights of Qualifications

More than 25 years experience in fire protection


508-384-5110

Fax 508-384-5274

155 South Street

P.O. Box 741

Wrentham, Massachusetts 02093


Full-time faculty in undergraduate and graduate fire protection engineering education for over 14 years

More than 20 years experience in fire research and testing

Fellow, Society of Fire Protection Engineers

Fornmer C'hairman, National Fire Protection Association Technical Committee on Fire Investigations

Former Chairman, National Fire Protection Association Technical Committee on Electrical Fires

Member, Forensic Science Committee, International Association of Arson Investigators ,.

Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator, National Association of Fire Investigators

Institution of Fire Engineers, Diploma in Fire Science and Investigation

Former Associate Director, Center for Firesafety Stud.ies, Worcester Polytechnic Irstitute

Former Associate Director, Center for Fire Research, National Bureau of Standards

Author, "Fire Loss Investigation," in the Fire Protection Handbook, l7th Edition, National Fire Protection Association, 1991.

Editor, "Design C:alculations" Section in the Handbook o, f Fire Protection Engineering, First Edition, National Fire Protection Association; 1988.

Author of more than 100 papers and presentations.


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Details of Experience

1991-Present President, Custer Powell, Inc. {Wrentham, Massachusetts). Consultant in fire reconstruction, fire testing, and failure analysis; hazard and risk assessment; employee training and the development of customized training materials. Projects are very similar to those undertaken as Richard L.P. Custer and Company.

1981-1991 President, Richard L.P. Custer and Company (Rockville, Maryland, and Wrentham, Massachusetts). Consultant in fire protection, fire testing, and fire research. Projects included reconstruction and failure analysis, fire hazard and risk assessment for products and processes, interpretation of codes and standards, and employee fire training.

1990-Preseat Adjunct Associate Professor, Center for Firesafety Studies, Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Thesis advising for graduate students, faculty for Fire Failure Analysis.

1982-1990 Associate Professor of Fire Protectioa and Mechanicai Engineering and Associate Director, Center for Firesafety Studies, Worcester Polytechnic Institute {Worcester, Massachusetts). Professor in the first program Ieading to a master's degree in fire protection engineering in the United States. Taught courses in fire detection and suppression and fire protection analysis. Conducted sponsored research and advised master's degree candidates.

1981-1982 Executive Director, National Center for Technology in Law, Inc. (Rockville, Maryland), a company formed as a clearinghouse for technical information used in personal injury litigation.

1979-1980 Recipient of U.S. Department of Commerce Science and Technology Fellowship, (Washington, DC.) Served as Energy Aide on staff of U.S. Senator John C. Culver.

1970-1981 Ernployed in a variety of capacities at the Center for F'ire Research (formerly the Office of Fire Research and Safety) at the U.S. Deparbnent of Commerce National Bureau of Standards. (Maryland) Activities included fire testing, smoke detector and sprinkler research, evaluation of fire protection equipment, and participation in national and international standards-making and technical management. Positions included fire prevention engineer, Chief of the F'ire Detection and Control Systems Program, Chief of the Fire Performance Evaluation Division (Acting), and Associate Director of the Center for Fire Research.

1967-1971 Lecturer, Department of Fire Protection Engineering, University of Maryland (College Park, Maryland). Taught undergraduate courses in principles of fire protection, building codes, fire department operations, and special fire protection problems.


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1966-1%7 Engineering Geologist, North Carolina Highway Department (Raleigh, North Carolina). Conducted field studies of soil and rock conditions associated with proposed highways alignments. Work consisted of surface and sub-surface investigations, soil sampling, and measurements of load-bearing capacity.

Additioaal Experience

1993-Present Faculty for review course for the Fire Protectioa Professional Engineer Registratioa Examination. This course is offered annually by Northeastern University, Boston, MA.

1983-1993 Serve as faculty for annual six-week review course for the Fire Protection Professioaal Engineer Regisdration F.xamination. The course was sponsored by the New England Chapter, Society of Fire Protection Engineers.

1980-1981 Faculty, Building Coastructioa for the Fire Service, Montgomery College (Rockville, Maryland).

1968-1%9 Safety Officer and Fire Preventioa Engineer, U.S. Veterans Administration (Washington, DC.). Conducted inspections, reviewed plans and specifications, and carried out speciaI projects (summers).

1%9-1970 Participated as faculty member in a project to teach the fundamentals of the National Fire Protectioa Associatioa Life Safetn Code at NASA facilities throughout the country.

1%2-1973 Volunteer fire-fighter and fire officer in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Maryland. Held positions as fire-fighter, Fire Captain, Training Officer, and Fire Marshal. Completed numerous courses in topics such as hazardous materials, fire fighting tactics, fire investigation, and emergency medical technology.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Geology, University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1964 Master of Science in Geological Engineering, North Carolina State University (Raleigh, North Carolina), 1966

Institution of Fire Engineers, Diploma in Fire Science and Investigation, 1992

Professional Development Course in Forensic Engineering, University of Glasgow, 26 March-30 March 1996


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. Current Professional Appointments

P'rincipal Member and Secretary, National Fire Protection Association Technical Committee on Fire Investigations ( 1996-Present) and Past Chair ( I 984 - 1996).

Editor, "Design Calculations" Section, Society of Fire Protection Engineers Handbook of Fire Protection Engineering ( 1983-Present)

Chair, Education Committee, Society of Fire Protection Engineers (Member 1983-Present) ( 1995 Present)

Member, Massachusetts Board of Fire Prevention Regulations Committee on Flammable Decorations ( 1987-)

Member, National F'zre Protection Association, Committee on Laser Fire Protection ( 1991-Present)

Member, Engineering Committee, International Association of Arson Investigators, ( 1993 - Present)

Member, Forensic Science Committee, International Association of Arson Investigators, ( 1993 Present)

,. Chair NFPA Fire Technology Educators' Section ( 1995-Present)

Current Professional Aff'iliations

American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)

The Combustion Institute

International Association of Fire Safety Science (Charter Member)

International Association of Arson Investigators

National Association of Fire Investigators (Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator)

National Fire Protection Association

Fellow, Society of Fire Protection Engineers (Certificate No. 5018)


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Previous Appointments

Member, National Fire Protection Association Technical Committee on Automatic Sprinklers

Member, National Fire Protection Association Sub-Committee on Residential Sprinkler Systems

Member, National Fire Protection Association Life Safenr Code Sub-Committee on Suppression Systems

Member, U.S. Delegation, International Standards Organisation, Committee on Fire Suppression Equipment and Systems

Chairman, National Fire Protection Association Technical Committee on Automatic Sprinklers, Special Sub-Committee on Fire Loading

Chairman, Fire Science Advisory Committee, Montgomery College (Rockville, Maryland)

Member of Advisory Board, Foundation for Fire Safety

Chairman, Subcommittee on continuing Professional Education for fire Protection Engineers, Society of fire Protection Engineers ( 1993-1994)

Member, American Society for Testing and Materials, E05 Fire Test Committee ( 1984-1995) . , .

Member, Governor's Commission on Firesafety, Combustion Toxicity, and Combustibility ( 1987-1990)

Honors

Salamander Honorary Fire Protection Engineering Society

Sigma Xi Research Society

Directors' Award, Society of Fire Protection Engineers, "For special and outstanding contributions as a section editor" SFPE Handbook o, f Fire Protection Engineering

Herrick A. Drake Commemorative Award, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, "For leadership and service in higher education in fire protection."

1991 NAFI Man of the Year, presented by the National Association of Fire Investigators to NAFI members serving on the National Fire Protection Association Technical Committee on Fire Investigations


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1994 Hat's Off Award, Society of Fire Protection Engineers, in recognition of outstanding contributions as developer and faculty for the course Performance-Based Design of Detection and Signalling Systems: A Tutorial for Engineers

Publications and Presentations

1. "Beach Sand Analysis, Island Beach State Park, Seaside Heights, NJ", Jour. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc., Vol. 81, No. 2, 1965.

2. "Paleocurrents of the Durham Triassic Basin", Jour. Elisha Mitchelt Sci. Soc., Vol. 82, No. 2, 1967. (Also presented at Southeastern Section, GSA.)

3. "Occurrence of Lunestones in the Durham Triassic Basin", Journ. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc ., Vol. 83, No. 3, 1967.

4. Hood and Custer, "Use of the Frantz Isodynamic Separator for Semiquantitative Analysis of Iron in Trioctahedral Micas," 1 Jour. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc., Vol. 83, 1967.

5. Hood and Custer, "Mass Magnetic Susceptibility of Some Trioctahedral Micas," American Mineralogist, Vol. 52, pp. 1543-1648, 1967.

6. "Ignition and Combustion Phenomena, 1970". Conference on the Fire Protection of Steel, American Iron and Steel Institute.

7. "Egress and Exits -- Design Considerations with the NFPA Life Safety Code, " series of lectures at NASA Field Installations or Facilities Personnel, 1970-1971.

8. "Principles of Industrial Fire Protection," Industrial Fire Protection Management Seminar, University of Maryland, May 1971.

9. "Test Burn and Failure Mode Analysis of an Air-Supported Structure," Fire Technology, Vol. 8, No. 1, February 1972.

10. "Open Windows and Thermal Inversions May Complicate a Fire Investigation," Fire and Arson Investigator, April-June, 1972.

1 1. "Oxidation is Only the Beginning," Fire Engineering, Vol. 125, No. 7, July 1972.

12. "Ignition Source and F'ire Cause -- The Keys to Plant Fire Protection," American Institute of Plant Engineers, February 1973.

13. "Overview of Automatic Sprinkler Systems," Center for Fire Research Seminar, May 1974.


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14. R Custer, and R. Bright, Fire Detection: The State of the Art, National Bureau of Standards Technical Note 839 (NASA CR-134642), June 1974.

15. "National Bureau of Standards Sprinkler Research Activities," American Society of Plumbing Engineers, June 1974.

16. "Corridor Sprinkler Research," Copper Development Association, June 1974.

17. Detector Actuated Automatic Sprinkler Systems -- A Preliminary Evaluation, National Bureau of Standards Technical Note 836, July 1974.

18. "Smoke Detection Principles and National Bureau of Standards Research Efforts," HUD Field Engineers, October 1974.

19. "Research in Automatic Suppression," Fire Protection Engineering Students, University of Maryland, October 1974.

20. "Fire Detection and Suppression Systems," Fire Science Students, Prince George's County Community College, October 1974.

21. "NFPA 13-D Sprinkler Installation in One- and Two-Family Dwellings and Mobile Homes," Center for Fire Research Seminar, June 1975.

22. "FRE Protection in Heaith Care Facilities -- The Researcher's Viewpoint," Seminar_on Health Care Facilities, Chesapeake Chapter, Society of Fire Protection Engineers, June 1975.

23. "R&D Leading to a Total Design Concept for Sprinkler Protection," Carolinas Chapter, Society of Fire Protection Engineers, September 1975.

24. R. Custer, and K. Wahle, Distribution of Water through a Vertical Plane from Automatic Sprinkler Heads, National Bureau of Standards Interim Report 75-920, December 11975.

25. "Detector Actuated Automatic Sprinklers for Health Care Faciiities," Building Official and Code Administrator, Vol. 10, No. 1, January 1976.

, 26. "Smoke Detectors and Home Fire Prevention," Interview on WGAY Radio (Washington

DC.), June 1976.

27. "Automatic Sprinkler Systems Design -- A Look into the Future," Chicago Chapter, Society of Fire Protection Engineers, July 1976.

28. "Systematic Selection of F'ire Extinguishing Systems," (Talk Show), National Fire Protection Association Fall Meeting, October 1976.


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29. "Smoke Movement and Control in Buildings -- An International Overview," National Fire Protection Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, May 1977.

30. "Water Distn'bution Data as an Input to Sprinkler System Design," Society of Fire Protection Engineers Annual Meeting, Washington, DC., May 1977.

31. W. Hayes, and R. Custer, Evaluation of Light Duty Pipe Hangers for Automatic Sprinklers in Residential and Care Type Occupancies, National Bureau of Standards Interim Report 77-1282.

32. Bukowski, R.W., Custer, R., and Bright, R., "Fire Alarm Communications", Handbook of Building Security Planning and Design, McGraw-Hill, New York, March 1979.

33. Fire Test Methods for Use in Fire Investigations, pamphlet prepared by the Center for Fire Research, National Bureau of Standards, for meeting of the International Association of Fire Chiefs, Miami, Florida, September 1980.

34. "Combustibility of Furniture: The Role in Fire Investigation," Maryland Arson Seminar, University of Maryland, Fire Training Center, College Park, Maryland, Fall 1980.

35. "Unequal Fire Protection Under Law: The Persistence of Outdated Codes and Standards," Conference on The Art of Applying Technology in Personal Injury Lawsuits, Hunt Valley, Maryland, June 1981.

. , 36. Custer, R. and Kitzes, W., The Cliffside Report: Results of the Needs Assessment Workshop of the Foundation for Fire Safety, October 1 and 2, 1981, Richard L.P. Custer and Company, October 1981.

37. Custer, R. and Moore, W., "Applications of Detection Technology," two-day workshop presented by the Center for Firesafety Studies, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Massachusetts, September 1982.

38. "Fire Engineering and the Fire Officer," New England Fire Training Officers International Society of Fire Service Instructors, Hyannis, Massachusetts, June 1983.

39. "Applications of Fire Dynamics to Fire Reconstruction," Massachusetts Chapter, International Association of Arson Investigators, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, January 1984.

40. "Relationship of Fuel Type and Room Geometry to Fire Investigation, "New Hampshire Fire Prevention Society and New Hampshire Chapter, International Association of Arson Investigators, Manchester, New Hampshire, March I984.


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41. "Systems Approach to Residential Firesafety," Partnerships Against Fire Conference, U.S. Fire Administration, Arlington, Virginia, February 1985.

42. "Smoke Control Systems," Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Safety Council, Littleton, Massachusetts, April 1985.

43. "Fire Dynamics for Training Fire Inspectors," National Fire Protection Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, May 1985.

44. "Fire Research and Fire Service Applications," Georgia Building Firesafety Seminar, Athens, Georgia, July 1985.

45. Levy, J. and Custer, R., "Guide to Available Codes, Standards, and Reference Material," Handbook of Energy Systems, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1985.

46. "Fire Loss Investigation," Fire Protection Handbook, l6th Edition, National Fire Protection Association, Quincy, Massachusetts, 1986.

47. "Fire Power: Making the Movie," Fire Journal, Vol. 80, No. 6, November 1986.

48. "Data and Research Needs for Fire Reconstruction and Failure Analysis," National Bureau of Standards, Center for Fire Research, Gaithersburg, Maryland, March 1987.

49. "Using Fire Power in Basic Fire Science Courses," National Fire Protection Association Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 1987.

50. "Fire safety Problems Associated with the Commercial Development of Space," Annual Conference of the New Technologies Safety and Health Institute, Worcester, Massachusetts, May 1987.

51. "Using a Difierent Approach to Accident Investigation: A Review of STEP," Fire Journal, Vol. 81, No. 4, July 1987.

52. "A Nots from the Technical Advisor," Fire Journal, Vol. 81, No, 5, September 1987.

53. "Basic F'ire Dynamics for Fire Fighters," Massachusetts Association of Fire Instructors, Stoughton, Massachusetts, January 1988.

54. Noonan, F. and Custer, R., Probability Risk Assessment Methodology for Submarine Fires, submitted to Electric Boat Division of General Dynamics, Groton, Connecticut, January 1988.

55 "Dynamics of Fire Spread and Growth," Seminar for CIGNA Insurance Company Loss Prevention Engineers, April 1988.


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56. "The Use of Fire Dynamics in Fire and Arson Investigation," AEtna Regional Fire Investigators, Hartford, Connecticut, April 1988.

57. "Advances in Fire Science and Fire Investigation," Annual St. Anselm College Arson Seminar, Manchester, New Hampshire, June 1988.

58. Editor, "Design Calculaxions" (section of nine chapters) SFPE Handbook of Fire Prorection Engineering, National Fire Protection Association, Quincy, Massachusetts, September 1988.

59. Bloomberg, R, Bishop, E., Hamilton, J., and Custer, R., Technology Assessment for Aircraft Command in Emergency Situations, FAA Contract DTFAO33-87-C-00020, U.S. Department of Transportation, FAA Technical Center, Atlantic City, New Jersey, September 1988.

60. "Fire Growth and Development in Structural Fires," presented to Massachusetts Chapter, International Association of Arson Investigators, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, November 1988.

61. Jumper, G. and Custer, R., "Ignition in Micro-gravity", American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics Paper 89-0180, AIAA 27th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Reno, Nevada, January 1989.

62. Jumper, G., Custer, R, Madden, K., Erskine, A., and Enos, J., "NASA/USRA Space Design Project -- Ignition in Micro gravity", American Society for Engineering Education, Lincoln, Nebraska, June 1989.

63. Fitzgerald, R and Custer, R, Evaluation of Building Firesafety, a one week course presented at the Center for Firesafety Studies, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Massachusetts, October 1989. .

64. "Environmental Aspects of Fire Protection of Chlorine Chemicals and Flammable Liquid Storage," Society of Fire Protection Engineers Engineering Seminar on Fire Protection and the Environment, Seattle, Washington, November 1989.

65. "Developments in F'ire Investigation Technology," International Conference on Fire Investigation Education, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 1990.

66. "Instructional Methods for Introducing Fire Science in the Fire Investigation Course," International Conference on Fire Investigation Education, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 1990.

67. "Fire Protection and the Environment," Connecticut Valley Chapter, Society of Fire Protection Engineers, Hartford, Connecticut, January 1990.

68. "Failure Analysis in Fire Investigation," Federal Fire Forum, National Institute for Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland, April 1990.


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69. Custer, R. and Powell, P., Firesafety at NYNEX: Your Piece of the Action (Text and 2 day course for telephone company employees), Center for Firesafety Studies, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and NYNEX Service Company, August 1990. .

70. "Fire Failure Analysis: An Engineering Approach to Going Beyond Cause and Origin " ,

Society of Fire Protection Engineers Engineering Seminar on Engineering Methods in Fire Investigation and Reconstruction, Miami, Florida, November 1990.

71. Custer, R., Bloomberg, R., Bishop, E. and Hamilton, J., "Expert Systems Response to Fires in Aircraft," International Conference on Probabilistic Safety and Management (PSAM), Hollywood, CA, February 1991.

72. Custer, R., Demerest, D., Dobson, P. and Donahue, J., "Detecting and Minimizing Potential Impacts from HVDC Valve Hall Fires," IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, Vol. 7, Issue l, January/February 1991.

73. Custer, R., "Large Scale Testing for the Support of Computer Modeling in Fire Reconstruction," Summer Meeting of the Boston Area Computer Fire Model Users' Group, June, 1991.

74. "Fire Loss Investigation," Fire Protection Handbook, l7th Edition, National Fire Protection

Association, Quincy, Massachusetts, 1991.

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75. "Fire Dynamics and Computer Modeling for Fire Investigators," Arizona Chapter, International Association of Arson Investigators, Prescott, Arizona, July 1991.

76. "The Use of Heat Release Rate Data in Firesafety Design," Society of F'ire Protection Engineers Seminar on Engineering Methods in Building Firesafety Design, Montreal, Canada, November, 1991.

77. "The Effect of NFPA 921, Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigation on Fire Science Curricula," F'ire Technology Educators' Section, National Fire Protection Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, May, 1992.

78. "Failure Analysis in Fire Investigation," National Association of Fire Investigators' Annual Training Seminar, Chicago, IL, July, 1992.

79. "Fire Dynamics for Public Fire Educators," Annual Public Education Conference, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa, OK, August, 1992.


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80. "Use of Full Scale Testing in Fire Reconstruction - A Case Study," Course on Fire Science and Investigation, Institution 'of Fire Engineers, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, Septernber, 1992.

81. "Origin of Fire Patterns," New York State Academy of Fire Science, Montour Falls, NY, November, 1992.

82. "Overview of NFPA 921, Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigation" and "The NFPA Standards-Making Process," Massachusetts Chapter, International Association of Arson Investigators, Sturbridge, MA, January, 1993.

83. "Introduction to Fire Dynamics and Computer Modeling for the Fire Service." Winter Fire School, F'ire and Rescue Training Institute, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, February, 1993.

84. "Performance-Based Fire Detection and Signalling Systems: A Tutorial for Engineers," Oakland, CA, March 1993 and Atlanta, Georgia, September 1993. Co-author and faculty for two-day course conducted by the Society of Fire Protection Engineers.

85. "Fire Investigation: A Revolution in Technology Transfer," Proceedings , inFIRE Annual Conference (Society of Fire Protection Engineers), April 1993, Norwood, MA.

86. "Computer Modeling in Fire Reconstruction," Proceedings- Symposium on Computer Applications in Fire Protection Engineering, Society of Fire Protection Engineers and Wotcester Polytechnic Institute, June 28-29, 1993, Worcester, MA.

87. "Flashover: Its ,Role in Burn Pattern Development," The National Fire and Arson Report, Vol. 11, No. 4/5, 1993.

88. "Overview of Detection Technologies," Halon Alternative Technology Symposium, (NFPA, Halon Alternatives Research Corporation, and SFPE), Phoenix, AZ , November 12, 1993.

89. R. Custer and D.W. Stroup, "Use of FPETool in Fire Science and Technology Education," NFPA Fire Science and Technology Educators Section, Phoenix, AZ, November 1993.

90. "Selection and Specification of the 'Design Fire' for Performance-Based Fire Protection Design," Proceedings, SFPE Engineering Seminar, Phoenix, November 15, 1993.

91. M. Alipour-fard, J.A. Mayer, and R. Custer, "Detection of Occlusion and Wall Piping Degradation in Fire Protection Piping Systems Using Non-Invasive Gamma Ray Techniques, Journal of Fire Protection Engineering, Vol. 5, No. 4, 1993,

92. "Progress on Computer Modeling and Performance-Based Detection System Design in the


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United States," European Society for Automatic Alarm Systems, Duisberg, Germany, January 14, 1994. (Proceedings in press)

93. R. Custer, B. Meacham, and C. Wood, "Performance-Based Design Techniques for Detection

and Special Suppression Applications," Proceedings of the SFPE Engineering Seminars on

Advances in Detection and Suppression Technology, San Francisco, May 18, I994.

94. "NFPA 921 in the Court Room," a 3 hour presentation to the Rhode Island Chapter ,

International Association of Arson Investigators, November 10, 1994.

95. "Overview of Fire Science and Introduction to NFPA 921, Guide on Fire and Explosion Investigation," an 8 hour course segment presented to Underwriting Engineers from AXA UniEurope (French Insurance Company), at the National Fire Protection Association, Quincy, MA, November 28, 1994.

96. "Short Course on the 1995 Edition of NFPA 921, Guide to Fire and Explosion Investigation, " a two-day course presented to the Oakland Country, Association of Fire and Arson Investigators, Troy, MI, April 7 &. 8, 1995.

97. "Introduction to Performance-Based Design for fire Protection Engineers," a 2-day short course, Denver, CO, May 18-19, 1995.

98. Schifiliti, R.P., Meacham, B.J. and CUSTER, R.L.P., "Design of Detection Systems", SFPE Handbook of Fire Protection Engineering, 2nd Edition, National Fire Protection Association, Quincy, MA, June 1995

99. "Introduction to the Use of Fire Dynamics in Performance-Based Design." Proceedings, Technical Sym,posium: Applications of Fire Dynamics, Society of Fire Protection Engineers and the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, CN, 10-11 July 1995

100. "Considerations for Arson Investigation in NFPA 921 - Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations," presented at the International Symposium on the Forensic Aspects of Arson Investigations, Forensic Science Training Unit, Laboratory Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation, George Mason University, July 31, 1995 (Proceedings in press).

101. "Performance Criteria for an Intelligent Fire Detection Systems for Telecommunications Facilities," Research Report Prepared for the National Fire Laboratory, National Research Council Canada, October 17, 1995

102. "Origin and Interpretation of F'ire Patterns," presented to Tenth Annual Seminar, Connecticut Chapter, International Association of Arson Investigators, Hartford, CT, October 26, 1995


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103. "Overview of the 1995 Edition of NFPA 921," presented to Tenth Annual Seminar, Connecticut Chapter, International Association of Arson Investigators, Hartford, CT, October 26, 1995.

104. "Photography in Reconstruction and Court Presentations - A Case Study," presented to Tenth Annual Seminar, Connecticut Chapter, International Association of Arson Investigators, Hartford, CT, October 27, 1995.

105. "Facing NFPA 921 in the Court Room," presented to Tenth Annual Seminar, Connecticut Chapter, International Association of Arson Investigators, Hartford, CT, October 27, 1995.

106. "Introduction to Performance Based Design for Fire Protection Engineers," a 2-day short course, Chicago, IL, November 9-10, 1995.

107. Overview of the Performance-Based Design Process in Fire Protection," presented at the "Build Boston" Workshops, Boston Society of Architects, Boston, MA, November 16, 1995.

108. "Using NFPA 921 to Prepare for Court," presented to the Massachusetts Chapter, International Association of Arson Investigators, Auburn, MA, November 16, 1995.

109. Brozovsky, E., Motevalli, V. and Custer, RL.P., "A First Approximation Method for Smoke Detector Placement Based on Design F'ire Size and Detector Aerosol Entry Time," Fire Technology, Vol. 31, No. 4, November 1995, p. 336.

. 110. Meacham, B.J. and Custer, R.L.P., "Performance-Based Fire Safety Engineering: An Introduction of Basic Concepts," Journal of F'ue Protection Engineering, Vol. 7, number 2, 1995, pp 35-54.

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