Brady Manescau is Associate Professor in Fire and Industrial Safety Engineering at the National Institute of Applied Sciences, Orléans University (Bourges, France) and Researcher in the Fluids, Energy, Combustion, and Propulsion (FECP) Department of the PRISME EA 4229 laboratory. M. Manescau holds a PhD in Fire Sciences and an Engineering degree in Energy and Fire Safety. His fields of research include the Fire Behavior of Composite Materials, Smoke Spreading, Reduced Scale and Full Scale accredited Fire Testing, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Fire Modelling, amounting to 10 years of experience in forefront research laboratories in France (UPR CNRS, PPRIME, INSA), with applications notably in the Defense and Aeronautics industries.

Brady Manescau, PhD Associate Professor, National Institute of Applied Sciences, France

Brady Manescau is Associate Professor in Fire and Industrial Safety Engineering at the National Institute of Applied Sciences, Orléans University (Bourges, France) and Researcher in the Fluids, Energy, Combustion, and Propulsion (FECP) Department of the PRISME EA 4229 laboratory. M. Manescau holds a PhD in Fire Sciences and an Engineering degree in Energy and Fire Safety. His fields of research include the Fire Behavior of Composite Materials, Smoke Spreading, Reduced Scale and Full Scale accredited Fire Testing, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Fire Modelling, amounting to 10 years of experience in forefront research laboratories in France (UPR CNRS, PPRIME, INSA), with applications notably in the Defense and Aeronautics industries.

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