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Tema: Boeing 787 Battery Fire
- 26/01/2013, 13:16 #1
Boeing 787 Battery FireBoeing 787 Battery Fire
WASHINGTON - Investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board are gathering information regarding reports of smoke aboard a Boeing 787 at Boston's Logan Airport. The Japan Airlines 787 was on the ground and empty of passengers at the time of the incident. The NTSB has dispatched an investigator to Boston. Based on a review of the factual information gathered, the NTSB will determine the extent of its investigation.
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NTSB photos of the burned auxiliary power unit battery from a JAL Boeing 787 that caught fire on Jan. 7 at Boston's Logan International Airport. The dimensions of the battery are 19x13.2x10.2 inches and it weighs approximately 63 pounds (new).
Photo of an undamaged battery used in the Boeing 787.
NTSB Investigator Mike Bauer inside the Boeing 787 under investigation at Boston's Logan Airport.
Examination of the Battery Charger Unit.
NTSB investigator Joseph Panagiotou documents internal components from the battery involved in the JAL Boeing 787 fire incident in Boston.
NTSB Materials Engineer Matt Fox examines the casing from the battery involved in the JAL Boeing 787 fire incident in Boston.
Investigative Update - [PowerPoint | PDF] (January 24, 2013)
Primer on Lithium Ion Battery Technology - [PowerPoint | PDF] (January 24, 2013)
Chairman Deborah A.P. Hersman briefs the media on the JAL Boeing 787 battery fire investigation. (1/24/2013)
NTSB Chairman says 'We have not ruled anything out' in investigation of Boeing 787 battery fire in Boston. (January 24, 2013)
NTSB to provide investigative update and photo opportunity of lab work related to Boeing 787 battery fire in Boston (January 23, 2013)
NTSB Provides Third Investigative Update on Boeing 787 Battery Fire in Boston (January 20, 2013)
NTSB Sending Investigator to Assist with Boeing 787 Battery Incident in Japan (January 16, 2013)
NTSB Provides Second Investigative Update on Boeing 787 Battery Fire in Boston (January 14, 2013)
NTSB provides investigative update on Boeing 787 fire incident in Boston (January 8, 2013)
NTSB investigators looking into Boeing 787 smoke event in Boston (January 7, 2013)
Media Contact: Peter Knudson,202-314-6100 (NTSB HQ)
Fuente: Accident Investigations - Boeing 787
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