Fundamentals of designing buildings for fire safety

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ConferenceProc. Conf. on Building Fire Safety: 22 September 1984, Chung-Li, Taiwan, Republic of China
Pages119; # of pages: 19
Subjectfire safety; safety engineering; engineering design; building fire factors; ignition; initial fire spread; pre-flashover fire growth; fully developed fire; smoke problems; building elements design techniques; psychological and sociological factors; Fire
AbstractFactors that control the various phases of building fires ( ignition and initial fire spread, pre-flashover fire growth, and fully developed fire) are examined together with the smoke problem that may be associated with any of them. Techniques for designing building elements that maintain prescribed levels of fire safety are discussed, and the role of psychological and sociological factors outlined.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number23856
NPARC number20374855
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