SEDL / STP / STP614-EB
Fire Standards and Safety
One of the first serious discussions is that of the problems posed by a accidental fire. Containing 16 papers, this book gives characteristics of fire hazards and the response of society.
Table of Contents
Fire Research and Fire Safety: A Status Report on the Situation in the United States
The National Fire Incident Reporting System: A Key to Fire Hazard Quantification
Fire-Related Fatalities: An Analysis of Their Demography, Physical Origins, and Medical Causes
Berl W., Halpin B.
Estimating Injury from Burning Garments and Development of Concepts for Flammability Tests
Bercaw J., Jordan K., Moss A.
Ignition and Burning of Solids
Some Problem Aspects of Fully Developed Room Fires
Growth of Fire in Building Compartments
Calculation Methods for Predicting Smoke Movement in Building Fires and Designing Smoke Control Systems
The Role of Tests in Defining Fire Hazard: A Concept
Building and Fire Codes: The Regulatory Process
A Place for Voluntary Standards
National Mandatory Fire Safety Standards
Thomas W., Willis C.
International Standardization: Advantages, Progress, and Problems
Twilt L., Witteveen J.
Sampling and Analysis of Fire Atmospheres
Assessment of the Relative Toxicity of Materials: Concept of a Limiting Toxicant
Baldwin R., Jeppsen R., Petajan J., Rose R.
Development of a Room Fire Test
Paper ID: STP614-EB
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