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I looked for research into this issue which was independent from the UL FSRI. In 1999, there was a Master of Engineering student's project report: Deborah L Palmer, Should bedroom doors be open or closed while people are sleeping? A probabilitic Risk Assessment, 1999 The aim of this research is to determine whether it is safer to sleep with bedroom ...


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Certainly UK fire regulations and analysis support this claim. Residential institutions are required to have automatic closers on bedroom doors because of this. On taller buildings there is a requirement to have a 30-minute-rated fire door on bedrooms because it gives sufficient time for help / to escape from a fire outside the bedroom rather than be ...


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