09/17/2009

Computer Fire and Egress Modeling

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Building owners appreciate designers and facility managers who find innovative ways to make efficient use of company funds without compromising safety. If you view fire protection as no more than sprinklers and fire-alarm systems, consider the contributions that modern fire-protection engineering can make to your facility or project.

From analyzing the response of a unique structure during a fire condition to evaluating the time needed for occupants to safely exit a building, advances in computer resources have provided new tools for the design and analysis of fire protection and life safety for buildings.

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