Published: Jan 1985
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Fire science advances of recent years are now creating a state of knowledge that permits the emergence of a scientifically based fire protection engineering technology. It is proposed that a clear overview of an effective engineering approach is apparent and to at least an initial degree supported by engineering capabilities. A conceptual model of the elements of an analytical method is provided along with a list of references that present procedures for calculating the impact of each element. Test methods need to provide the data required to execute the calculation procedure.
engineering, fire safety, fire protection engineering, mathematical methods, technology, technology transfer
Head, Fire Safety Performance, National Bureau of Standards, Center for Fire Research, Washington, DC,