(Received 11 May 1983; accepted 5 October 1983)
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This article shows the difficulty in recognizing electrical damages that are causes from those that are consequences of a fire. Different types of mechanical damages to electrical cables illustrate the difficulty in starting an electrical fire. Damages to electrical cables in a fire environment are also illustrated. Some field cases are discussed. Many normal consequences of fires are often taken as the cause.
Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Quebec
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