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Brandteknisk riskvärdering av Göteborgs stadsbibliotek

Filipek, Markus; Laksman, Alexander; Nasr, Roni; Ourti, Joakim and Wall, Magnus (2011) VBR054 20111
Division of Fire Safety Engineering
Division of Risk Management and Societal Safety
Abstract
This report is a fire safety evaluation of Gothenburg’s public library. It includes a visit of the library where the writers of the report control and evaluate the existing fire safety procedures and equipment. Focus lies on the human safety in the means of evacuation and critical conditions during that time. The goal is that no critical conditions occur during the time it takes to evacuate the library or a specified compartment in the library. Computer modeled simulations and hand calculations are used in the process when controlling and evaluating if the fire safety is sufficient. If not, a list of improvements and recommendations are suggested to the library.

The report includes three specified scenarios in which the writers control... (More)
This report is a fire safety evaluation of Gothenburg’s public library. It includes a visit of the library where the writers of the report control and evaluate the existing fire safety procedures and equipment. Focus lies on the human safety in the means of evacuation and critical conditions during that time. The goal is that no critical conditions occur during the time it takes to evacuate the library or a specified compartment in the library. Computer modeled simulations and hand calculations are used in the process when controlling and evaluating if the fire safety is sufficient. If not, a list of improvements and recommendations are suggested to the library.

The report includes three specified scenarios in which the writers control existing conditions, calculate and at the end suggest improvements for the library. The overall suggestion for increasing and insuring human safety during evacuation includes an installation of sprinklers in the building. This requirement is to be met if a satisfied evacuation is to be made. (Less)
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author
Filipek, Markus; Laksman, Alexander; Nasr, Roni; Ourti, Joakim and Wall, Magnus
supervisor
organization
course
VBR054 20111
year
type
L3 - Miscellaneous, Projetcs etc.
subject
keywords
Göteborgs stadsbibliotek, kritiska förhållanden, FDS, CFD, Simulex, utrymning, utrymningsdimensionering, DetactQS, brandteknisk riskvärdering, personsäkerhet
report number
9387
language
Swedish
id
2063134
date added to LUP
2011-08-18 13:43:15
date last changed
2014-03-10 10:40:39
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  abstract     = {This report is a fire safety evaluation of Gothenburg’s public library. It includes a visit of the library where the writers of the report control and evaluate the existing fire safety procedures and equipment. Focus lies on the human safety in the means of evacuation and critical conditions during that time. The goal is that no critical conditions occur during the time it takes to evacuate the library or a specified compartment in the library. Computer modeled simulations and hand calculations are used in the process when controlling and evaluating if the fire safety is sufficient. If not, a list of improvements and recommendations are suggested to the library.

The report includes three specified scenarios in which the writers control existing conditions, calculate and at the end suggest improvements for the library. The overall suggestion for increasing and insuring human safety during evacuation includes an installation of sprinklers in the building. This requirement is to be met if a satisfied evacuation is to be made.},
  author       = {Filipek, Markus and Laksman, Alexander and Nasr, Roni and Ourti, Joakim and Wall, Magnus},
  keyword      = {Göteborgs stadsbibliotek,kritiska förhållanden,FDS,CFD,Simulex,utrymning,utrymningsdimensionering,DetactQS,brandteknisk riskvärdering,personsäkerhet},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Brandteknisk riskvärdering av Göteborgs stadsbibliotek},
  year         = {2011},
}