Analysis and testing for fire, smoke, and explosion even modeling
Fire and Explosions: Recent Advances in Modeling and Analysis presents an overview of the latest development in the field. Emphasizing validation and application to test cases and design situations, this book helps practitioners remain up to date while providing insight into new challenges and solutions. A review of analytical tools explores their range of applicability for fire, smoke, movement, and explosion prediction, and examinations of validation protocols, experimental programs, design codes, design and response management applications, and more provide value for current and future projects.
Quality considerations in predicitive modelling; explosion model evaluation and associated protocols; explosion simulation; an occupant response shelter escape time (ORSET) model - research and practice; fire engineering for the International Centre for Life; project manager's viewpoint - application of fire engineeering and modelling techniques to the Heathrow branch of sub-surface railway; the fire-fighter as regulator.