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TWA Flight 800 investigation
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Agenda

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BOARD MEETING AGENDA & PRESENTATIONS
August 22-23, 2000
TWA Flight 800


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Day 1

Transcript of meeting: Day 1

Opening Statement from Chairman Hall

Introduction/general overview (Bernard Loeb) Presentation Statement On-scene accident investigation/recovery (Al Dickinson)

Presentation Video of Navy ships involved in wreckage recovery and aerial fly-by of Coast Guard Station in East Moriches, NY obtained from Oceaneering, Inc.(size: 1.2mb)


Breakup sequence (James Wildey)

Presentation Video of NTSB investigator describing breakup sequence of TWA800 obtained from The Rendon Group.(size: 1.4mb) Video 2 of NTSB investigator describing breakup sequence of TWA800 obtained from The Rendon Group.(size: 1.2mb)


Fuel tank flammability (Joseph Kolly)

Presentation Animation of B747 air conditioning pack/fuel tank heat flow created by NTSB.(size: 443kb) Video 1 of quarter scale center wing tank tests using JetA fuel conducted by NTSB, California Institute of Technology, and Applied Research Associates.(size: 491kb) Video 2 of quarter scale center wing tank tests using JetA fuel conducted by NTSB, California Institute of Technology, and Applied Research Associates.(size: 391kb) Video 3 of quarter scale center wing tank tests using JetA fuel conducted by NTSB, California Institute of Technology, and Applied Research Associates.(size: 504kb)


Potential fuel tank ignition sources (Robert Swaim)

Presentation Video of wet arc test obtained from Lectromechanical Design Company. Day 2

Transcript of Meeting: Day 2, parts 1 | 2 | 3 | 4

Maintenance and aging of aircraft systems (Robert Swaim)

Presentation Design and certification issues (Bernard Loeb)

Presentation Reported witness observations (David Mayer)

Presentation Chairman's Concluding Remarks



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