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Design of smoke management systems

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Design of smoke management systems
Valid from
01/06/1992

Information provider
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers
Author
John H. Klote and James A. Milke
Information type
Technical guidance
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Hard copy


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Document referred to by BRANZ Study Report No. 66 (1996) - Effectiveness of smoke management systems.

Information for anyone challenged with the design of smoke management systems. Discusses the nature of smoke including obscuration and toxicity, mechanisms of compartmentation, dilution, air-flow, pressurization and buoyancy to manage smoke conditions in a fire situation. Includes data on smoke control for specific areas such as elevators, malls, stadiums and atriums. Dual units of measurement.

 

 

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Document referred to by BRANZ Study Report No. 66 (1996) - Effectiveness of smoke management systems.

Information for anyone challenged with the design of smoke management systems. Discusses the nature of smoke including obscuration and toxicity, mechanisms of compartmentation, dilution, air-flow, pressurization and buoyancy to manage smoke conditions in a fire situation. Includes data on smoke control for specific areas such as elevators, malls, stadiums and atriums. Dual units of measurement.

 

 

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Design of smoke management systems
Description

Document referred to by BRANZ Study Report No. 66 (1996) - Effectiveness of smoke management systems.

Information for anyone challenged with the design of smoke management systems. Discusses the nature of smoke including obscuration and toxicity, mechanisms of compartmentation, dilution, air-flow, pressurization and buoyancy to manage smoke conditions in a fire situation. Includes data on smoke control for specific areas such as elevators, malls, stadiums and atriums. Dual units of measurement.

 

 

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