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Evaluation of Fire Safety
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Table of Contents

Preface.

PART I: STRUCTURE OF THE FIRE PROBLEM.

1 The place of fire safety in the community.

2 The fire safety system.

3 Review of some major fire & explosion disasters.

4 Requirements from public and private authorities for fire safety.

PART II: QUANTIFYING FIRE SAFETY.

5 Physical data.

6 Sources of statistical data.

7 Occurrence and growth of fire.

8 Life loss.

9 Property damage.

10 Performance of fire safety measures.

PART III: METHODS OF MEASURING FIRE SAFETY.

11 Deterministic fire safety modeling.

12 Model Validation.

13 Point systems - a single index.

14 Logic trees.

15 Stochastic fire risk modeling.

16 Fire safety concepts tree and derivative approaches.

17 Fire safety assessment in the process industries.

Index.

About the Author

David Rasbash was a pioneer in the field of Fire Safety Engineering. Rasbash was a chemical engineer who graduated from Imperial College, London, during World War II. He began publishing and teaching about the evaluation of fire safety in the 1970s.G. Ramachandran is the author of Evaluation of Fire Safety, published by Wiley.B. Kandola is the author of Evaluation of Fire Safety, published by Wiley.J. Watts is the author of Evaluation of Fire Safety, published by Wiley.M. Law is the author of Evaluation of Fire Safety, published by Wiley.

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