An Ongoing Conversation

This is the first post in my Compartment Fire Behavior Blog. Several other CFBT-US Instructors and I will be posting on an ongoing basis to share our observations and continued learning about compartment fire behavior.

Ed Hartin, MS, EFO, MIFireE, CFO

3 Responses to “An Ongoing Conversation”

  1. scott gray Says:

    Congratulations on the blog and future website Chief. I look forward to some spirited and science based discussions on fire operations.
    Scott Gray
    Seattle Fire Department

  2. Matt Leech Says:

    This is very exciting, I can’t wait to have great discussions with guys from our area and all over.

    So let’s do this….

    “Has anyone had to deal with the idea of RIT not interfering with fire behavior in their department?” This is one of the issues happening at my department, so far it has been positive. I’d like to hear from other people that have gone through this topic.

  3. Paul Grimwood Says:

    Ed its great to see your work online. I have always admired your willingness to apply your time in sharing this information freely. Your work is of a very high caliber and will serve to enhance and increase awareness amongst the international fire service of how smoke develops, forms, transports and accumulates in structure fires, along with the role this plays in various events associated with Rapid Fire Progress.

    My best regards to you, Matt and all the guys in the US and I look forward to reading this blog in the coming months.

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