This book provides an essential reference on the current state of the art in this field covering topics as diverse as physics, chemistry, toxicology and human behaviour. It contains nearly one hundred scientific papers on all aspects of the subject. Many papers are included which illustrate the current state of development in the mathematical modelling of fire phenomena using computing.
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Invited lectures; 1991 Howard W. Emmons lecture; fire physics; fire chemistry; translation of research into practice; structures; people and fire; special fire problems; smoke movement; detection; suppression; poster papers.
G Cox (Edited by) , Brian Langford (Edited by)