Summary of Experimento 2: primeiro combate direto com retardantes e água do Projeto Prometeu

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The purpose of this experiment was to compare the effectiveness of water and retardants in fighting a fire. The results showed that the retardants were more effective than the water, but they were also more expensive.

  • 00:00:00 This video shows the results of a test in which two competitors fought using water, retardants, and a bomb-carrying drone. The video also includes a brief explanation of the combat. The winners were the competitor using water (due to the wind's influence on the fire), while the competitor using retardants (due to the slow-burning nature of the retardants) was eliminated.
  • 00:05:00 This experiment demonstrates how drones can be used to fight fires. Tony, the drone that fought the fire, had better results than the other drones because of the water it carried.
  • 00:10:00 In this video, two combatants are shown fighting in the air using retardants. The first combatant is using a chemical that is more intense blue, while the second combatant is using water. The first combatant is more exposed to monoxide of carbon dioxide (CO2) levels, and the second combatant is more exposed to particulate matter (PM). The concentrations of CO2 and PM were very high in this subject that was using the chemical retardant. Although he did not properly align the flame with the chemical, and there was a lot of smoke and fumes coming out of him, it may have been a strategic decision to fight this way. We do not know yet if it was effective. Meanwhile, this subject that fought using water was exposed to a greater concentration of CO2, and from there we are talking about values that are very high, reaching 10 ppm. In terms of exposure, he is at 10 ppm already, which is only a few minutes after the fight started. This is not a situation where someone can only last a few minutes. In terms of particulate matter, it was very high, even surpassing the limit of the sensor. In terms of geometry, we can think of this as a hypothetical situation in
  • 00:15:00 The experiment tested the effectiveness of retardants and water in direct combat against a retardant-sensitive fire. The inverso of the people who had the firekit had the cateto divided by the good posto at 17 and I want you to understand that the cateto here is the good posto and she had 90. The more powerful the wind or the conditions of combustion, the higher the temperature, and the faster the fire will spread, so the cateto is the port and is the faster the combatant is walking along this line, the closer the combatant gets to the goal, the closer the angle will get to being closed, and the closer it will get to being open, so see here how we use geometry to calculate how many times the 17 points are greater than 11.839, which would indicate a geometry of triangles formed, indicating the most efficient combatant is the one who is fastest, most agile, and I don't know the correct term for it, the chemical battle against water, or the opposite. This is the scenario, so for the model, it is an isometric situation in which the person has control of the direction of the wind, the person has control of the data, and they have to be able to see what
  • 00:20:00 In this experiment, firefighters were pitted against retardants and water from the "Prometeu" project. The results showed that the retardants were effective and the water had little impact on the combatant. However, the cost of using the retardants was high, at $5 per cartridge.

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