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Fuel bed and viewing section of the CSIRO Pyrotron

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CSIRO Pyrotron is a 25 metre long, fire-proof wind tunnel with a working section for conducting experiments and a glass observation area.

It is used in testing combustion and spread of bushfires to improve fire safety and fire-fighting for Australian communities. The facility will enable close observation of combustion mechanisms not possible in the field.

Photographer : Andrea Wild

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Fuel bed and viewing section of the CSIRO Pyrotron
Fuel bed and viewing section of the CSIRO Pyrotron
by CSIRO

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