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B-RISK: Design fire tool

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B-RISK: Design fire tool
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01/07/2017

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´╗┐BRANZ Limited
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BRANZ and the University of Canterbury have worked together to develop a new building design fire tool called B-RISK to simulate building fires. Fire simulation results can be presented in a probabilistic form and will allow the variability and uncertainty associated with the predictions of the fire environment to be quantified. B-RISK is intended to replace the BRANZFIRE program. This research has been funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment and by BRANZ from the Building Research Levy. B-RISK allows a number of features to be integrated within the design tool.

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Description

BRANZ and the University of Canterbury have worked together to develop a new building design fire tool called B-RISK to simulate building fires. Fire simulation results can be presented in a probabilistic form and will allow the variability and uncertainty associated with the predictions of the fire environment to be quantified. B-RISK is intended to replace the BRANZFIRE program. This research has been funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment and by BRANZ from the Building Research Levy. B-RISK allows a number of features to be integrated within the design tool.

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BRANZ and the University of Canterbury have worked together to develop a new building design fire tool called B-RISK to simulate building fires. Fire simulation results can be presented in a probabilistic form and will allow the variability and uncertainty associated with the predictions of the fire environment to be quantified. B-RISK is intended to replace the BRANZFIRE program. This research has been funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment and by BRANZ from the Building Research Levy. B-RISK allows a number of features to be integrated within the design tool.

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