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SFPE Handbook of Fire Protection Engineering, 2008 Edition

SFPE Handbook of Fire Protection Engineering, 2008 Edition
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Introduction: SFPE Handbook Roadmap

Section One Fundamentals

Chapter 1-1 Introduction to Mechanics of Fluids B. S. Kandola

Chapter 1-2 Conduction of Heat in Solids John A. Rockett and James A. Milke

Chapter 1-3 Convection Heat Transfer Arvind Atreya

Chapter 1-4 Radiation Heat Transfer C. L. Tien, K. Y. Lee, and A. J. Stretton

Chapter 1-5 Thermochemistry D. D. Drysdale

Chapter 1-6 Chemical Equilibrium Raymond Friedman

Chapter 1-7 Thermal Decomposition of Polymers Marcelo M. Hirschler and Alexander B. Morgan

Chapter 1-8 Structural Mechanics Robert W. Fitzgerald

Chapter 1-9 Premixed Burning Robert F. Simmons

Chapter 1-10 Properties of Building Materials V. K. R. Kodur and T. Z. Harmathy

Chapter 1-11 Probability Concepts John R. Hall, Jr.

Chapter 1-12 Statistics John R. Hall, Jr.

Chapter 1-13 Combustion Kinetics John F. Griffiths

Section Two Fire Dynamics

Chapter 2-1 Fire Plumes, Flame Height, and Air Entrainment Gunnar Heskestad

Chapter 2-2 Ceiling Jet Flows Ronald L. Alpert

Chapter 2-3 Vent Flows Howard W. Emmons and Takeyoshi Tanaka

Chapter 2-4 Visibility and Human Behavior in Fire Smoke Tadahisa Jin

Chapter 2-5 Effect of Combustion Conditions on Species Production Daniel T. Gottuk and Brian Y. Lattimer

Chapter 2-6 Assessment of Hazards to Occupants from Smoke, Toxic Gases, and Heat David A. Purser

Chapter 2-7 Flammability Limits of Premixed and Diffusion Flames Craig Beyler

Chapter 2-8 Ignition of Liquids D. D. Drysdale

Chapter 2-9 Smoldering Combustion T. J. Ohlemiller

Chapter 2-10 Spontaneous Combustion and Self-Heating Brian Gray

Chapter 2-11 Flaming Ignition of Solid Fuels José L. Torero

Chapter 2-12 Surface Flame Spread Yuji Hasemi

Chapter 2-13 Smoke Production and Properties George W. Mulholland

Chapter 2-14 Heat Fluxes from Fires to Surfaces Brian Y. Lattimer

Chapter 2-15 Liquid Fuel Fires D. T. Gottuk and D. A. White

Section Three Hazard Calculations

Chapter 3-1 Heat Release Rates Vytenis Babrauskas

Chapter 3-2 Calorimetry Marc Janssens

Chapter 3-3 The Cone Calorimeter Vytenis Babrauskas

Chapter 3-4 Generation of Heat and Gaseous, Liquid, and Solid Products in Fires Archibald Tewarson

Chapter 3-5 Compartment Fire Modeling James G. Quintiere

Chapter 3-6 Estimating Temperatures in Compartment Fires William D. Walton and Philip H. Thomas

Chapter 3-7 Zone Computer Fire Models for Enclosures William D. Walton, Douglas J. Carpenter, and Christopher B. Wood

Chapter 3-8 Modeling Enclosure Fires Using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Kevin McGrattan and Stewart Miles

Chapter 3-9 Enclosure Smoke Filling and Fire-Generated Environmental Conditions Frederick W. Mowrer

Chapter 3-10 Fire Hazard Calculations for Large, Open Hydrocarbon Fires Craig L. Beyler

Chapter 3-11 Behavioral Response to Fire and Smoke John L. Bryan

Chapter 3-12 Evacuation Time Guylène Proulx

Chapter 3-13 Employing the Hydraulic Model in Assessing Emergency Movement Steven M. V. Gwynne and Eric R. Rosenbaum

Chapter 3-14 Stochastic Models of Fire Growth G. Ramachandran

Chapter 3-15 Explosion Protection Robert Zalosh

Chapter 3-16 Performance-Based Design Morgan J. Hurley and Eric R. Rosenbaum

Chapter 3-17 Computer Evacuation Models for Buildings Erica D. Kuligowski

Chapter 3-18 Electrical Fires Vytenis Babrauskas

Section Four Design Calculations

Chapter 4-1 Design of Detection Systems Richard L. P. Custer, Brian J. Meacham, and Robert P. Schifiliti

Chapter 4-2 Hydraulics John J. Titus

Chapter 4-3 Automatic Sprinkler System Calculations Russell P. Fleming

Chapter 4-4 Foam Agents and AFFF System Design Considerations Joseph L. Scheffey

Chapter 4-5 Foam System Calculations Joseph L. Scheffey and Harry E. Hickey

Chapter 4-6 Halon Design Calculations Casey C. Grant

Chapter 4-7 Halon Replacement Clean Agent Total Flooding Systems Philip J. DiNenno

Chapter 4-8 Enclosure Fire Temperature-Time Estimation Ian Thomas

Chapter 4-9 Methods for Predicting Termperatures in Fire- Exposed Structures Ulf Wickström

Chapter 4-10 Structural Fire Engineering of Building Assemblies and Frames Jean-Marc Franssen and Nestor Iwankiw

Chapter 4-11 Analytical Methods for Determining Fire Resistance of Steel Members James A. Milke

Chapter 4-12 Analytical Methods for Determining Fire Resistance of Concrete Members Charles Fleischmann, Andy Buchanan, and Jeremy Chang

Chapter 4-13 Analytical Methods for Determining Fire Resistance of Timber Members Robert H. White

Chapter 4-14 Smoke Control John H. Klote

Chapter 4-15 Smoke Management by Mechanical Exhaust or Natural Venting James A. Milke

Chapter 4-16 Water Mist Fire Suppression Systems Jack R. Mawhinney and Gerard G. Back, III

Section Five Fire Risk Analysis

Chapter 5-1 Introduction to Fire Risk Analysis John M. Watts, Jr., and John R. Hall, Jr.

Chapter 5-2 Decision Analysis H. A. Donegan

Chapter 5-3 Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability Francisco Joglar

Chapter 5-4 Uncertainty Kathy A. Notarianni and Gareth W. Parry

Chapter 5-5 Data for Engineering Analysis Marty Ahrens and John R. Hall, Jr.

Chapter 5-6 Measuring Consequences in Economic Terms G. Ramachandran and John R. Hall, Jr.

Chapter 5-7 Engineering Economics John M. Watts, Jr., and Robert E. Chapman

Chapter 5-8 Extreme Value Theory G. Ramachandran

Chapter 5-9 Computer Simulation for Fire Risk Analysis William G. B. Phillips and Douglas K. Beller, Revised by Rita F. Fahy

Chapter 5-10 Fire Risk Indexing John M. Watts, Jr.

Chapter 5-11 Fire Scenarios George V. Hadjisophocleous and Jim R. Mehaffey

Chapter 5-12 Building Fire Risk Analysis Brian J. Meacham, David Charters, Peter Johnson, and Matthew Salisbury

Chapter 5-13 Risk-Informed Industrial Fire Protection Engineering Thomas F. Barry

Chapter 5-14 Fire Risk Analysis for Nuclear Power Plants Nathan O. Siu, J. S. Hyslop, and Steven P. Nowlen

Chapter 5-15 Fire Risk Assessment in Air, Rail, and Sea Mass Transportation Armin Wolski

Chapter 5-16 Product Fire Risk Analysis John R. Hall, Jr.

Chapter 5-17 Health Care Application of Quantitative Fire Risk Analysis Håkan Frantzich


APPENDIX A Conversion Factors

APPENDIX B Thermophysical Property Data

APPENDIX C Fuel Properties and Combustion Data

APPENDIX D Configuration Factors

APPENDIX E Piping Properties




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