Protecting people, buildings and the environment from the impact of fire requires a comprehensive, systematic approach that includes the analysis of fire hazards as well as the design, installation and maintenance of fire detection, suppression and communications systems. Jane Lataille takes the reader beyond these basic issues and includes information on mitigating potential fire damage through proper design and construction of buildings, industrial processes and utility systems.
Through specific examples, the reader sees how fire protection engineering can be integrated with mechanical, electrical, structural, and chemical engineering. The book also includes a section on writing fire protection specifications as well as a comprehensive reference list.
Facility and construction managers, consulting firms, fire protection engineers, architectural engineers, civil engineers
Students in fire protection engineering, fire protection technology, fire science, building systems design, and architectural engineering programs
Professional engineers and architects in continuing education courses (to maintain their licenses)
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Ano da edição||26/9/2002|
|Número de Páginas||133|