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The UK WTC9/11 Evacuation Study: An Overview\ud of the Methodologies Employed and some\ud Preliminary Analysis

By Edwin R. Galea, Lynn Hulse, Rachel Day, Asim Siddiqui, Gary Sharp, Jim Shields, Karen Boyce, Louise Summerfield, David V. Canter, Melissa Marselle and Paul V. Greenall

Abstract

This paper briefly describes the methodologies employed in the\ud collection and storage of first-hand accounts of evacuation experiences\ud derived from face-to-face interviews with evacuees from the World Trade\ud Center (WTC) Twin Towers complex on 11 September 2001 and the\ud development of the High-rise Evacuation Evaluation Database (HEED). The\ud main focus of the paper is to present a preliminary analysis of data derived\ud from the evacuation of the North Tower

Topics: BF, HV
Publisher: Springer
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:8671

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