STP Published: 1985

Fire Safety: Science and Engineering

Editor(s): T Harmathy

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

TZ Harmathy

HE Nelson

EW Marchant

JR Beyreis, GT Castino

BT Lee

SE Magnusson, B Sundström

WW Jones

AM Kanury

G Ramachandran

U Wickström

TZ Harmathy, JR Mehaffey

TT Lie, TD Lin

B Bresler, RH Iding

DC Jeanes

JG Quintiere, MT Harkleroad

V Babrauskas, JF Krasny

DP Drysdale, FF Abdul-Rahim

L Milewski

LY Cooper

AF Grand, HL Kaplan, JJ Beitel, WG Switzer, GE Hartzell

C Yao

R Munoz-Candelario, NJ Alvares

G Ramachandran

TZ Harmathy

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Developed by Committee: E05
Pages: 432
DOI: 10.1520/STP882-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4946-5
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0426-6