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The UK WTC 9/11 evacuation study: An overview of findings derived from first-hand interview data and computer modelling, Edwin R. Galea; Lynn Hulse; Rachel Day; Asim Siddiqui; Gary Sharp , Fire and Materials, Volume 35, (2011) Abstract
The UK 9/11 evacuation study: Analysis of survivors’ recognition and response phase in WTC1 , N.C. McConnell; K.E. Boyce; J. Shields; E.R. Galea; R.C. Day; L.M. Hulse , Fire Safety Journal, Volume 45, Issue 1, p.21-34, (2010) Abstract
The behaviour and evacuation experiences of WTC9/11 evacuees with self-designated mobility impairments, T.J.Shields; K.E.Boyce; N.McConnell , Fire Safety Journal, Volume 44, (2009) Abstract
Lessons from the Evacuation of the World Trade Centre, September 11th 2001 for the Development of Computer-Based Simulations, C.W. Johnson , Cognition, Technology and Work, Volume 7, p.214-240, (2005) Abstract
NIST NCSTAR 1: Federal Building and Fire Safety Investigation of the World Trade Center Disaster: Final Report of the National Construction Safety Team on the Collapses of the World Trade Center Tower, NIST , (2005) Abstract
NIST NCSTAR 1-7: Occupant Behavior, Egress, and Emergency Communication, NIST , (2005) Abstract
Evacuation Dynamics Of The World Trade Center Disaster, Helen Westeng , London, (2004) Abstract
21 trapped people improvised escapes, Dennis Cauchon; Martha T. Moore , (2002) Abstract
Elevators were disaster within disaster, Dennis Cauchon; Martha T. Moore , USA today, (2002) Abstract