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    STP882

    Fire Safety: Science and Engineering

    Harmathy TZ
    Published: 1985


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    The techniques, models, and research results in STP 882 provide engineering approaches for predicting the course of fire, the response of fire safety features, and the impact on people and property. The result is a scientific foundation for designing fire safety measures. Specific subject include: fire risk, performance standards, fire modeling, fire safety of structures, flame spread, the smoke problem, sprinklering and human aspects of fires.


    Table of Contents

    Introduction

    Summary

    The Potential of Scientifically Based Fire Protection Engineering?

    Fire Performance Standards for Buildings

    Fire Risk Assessment: Integrating Fire Testing and Fire Codes

    Standard Room Fire Test Development at the National Bureau of Standards

    Combustible Linings and Room Fire Growth—A First Analysis

    Future Directions for Modeling the Spread of Fire, Smoke, and Toxic Gases

    Scaling Correlations of Flashover Experiments

    Stochastic Modelling of Fire Growth

    Application of the Standard Fire Curve for Expressing Natural Fires for Design Purposes

    Design of Buildings for Prescribed Levels of Structural Fire Safety

    Fire Performance of Reinforced Concrete Columns

    Effect of Fire Exposure on Structural Response and Fireproofing Requirements of Structural Steel Frame Assemblies

    Computer Modeling the Fire Endurance of Floor Systems in Steel-Framed Buildings

    New Concepts for Measuring Flame Spread Properties

    Prediction of Upholstered Chair Heat Release Rates from Bench-Scale Measurements

    Smoke Production in Fires: Small-Scale Experiments

    Control Safety Considerations for HVAC Smoke Management Techniques

    The Need and Availability of Test Methods for Measuring the Smoke Leakage Characteristics of Door Assemblies

    An Evaluation of Toxic Hazards from Full-Scale Furnished Room Fire Studies

    Applications of Sprinkler Technology—Early Suppression of High-Challenge Fires with Fast-Response Sprinkler

    Definition of the Concentration Gradient Above Flammable Liquids

    The Human Aspects of Fires in Buildings—A Review of Research in the United Kingdom

    Subject Index

    Author Index


    Committee: E05

    DOI: 10.1520/STP882-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4946-5

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0426-6

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    STP882-EB