Water supply to fixed and automatic fire fighting systems such as automatic sprinkler systems in conformity with UNI. EN rules or with hydrant systems in. bottom valve must be installed (EN point ). THE FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEMS IN ACCORDANCE WITH UNI EN GENERALITY. 5. The new UNI EN system Standard, which replaces UNI and UNI , concerns the design, installation and maintenance of fixed "sprinkler".

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The UNI EN sets have been designed and built to meet the needs of automatic fixed sprinkler or hydrant fire-fighting systems, in order to detect. Download Normativa Uni En Pdf Free. Di prevenzione e sicurezza antincendio Evoluzione della Normativa Antincendio La nuova. Uni en Fire-PreVentiOn. INTRODUCTION TO STANDARD EN As required by the standard, the EBARA supply pumps used in FFS-FFB pumping.

Edited by Rudi Stouffs and Sevil Sariyildiz. Nothing from this publication may be reproduced, stored in computer- ised system or published in any form or in any manner, including electronic, mechanical, reprographic or photographic, without prior written permission from the publisher. Both volumes together contain papers that were submitted and accepted to this conference. The theme of the 31st eCAADe conference is the role of computation in the consideration of performance in planning and design. Since long, a building no longer simply serves to shelter human activity from the natural en- vironment. Considering all these performance aspects in building design is far from straightforward and their integration into the design process further increases com- plexity, interdisciplinarity and the need for computational support. One of the roles of computation in planning and design is the measurement and prediction of the performances of buildings and cities, where performance denotes the ability of build- ings and cities to meet various technical and non-technical requirements physical as well as psychological placed upon them by owners, users and society at large. This second volume contains 75 papers grouped under eleven subthemes that vary from Simulation, Prediction and Evaluation over Models of Computation: Human Factors to Lan- guages of Design. This Delft conference has been a while in the making. The idea was first raised by Martijn Stelling- werff in and a preliminary proposal was presented to the eCAADe council at that time. However, we encountered some turbulent times with the destruction by a fire of the Faculty of Architecture building in Delft in and only in were we ready to present a definitive proposal for the conference in Delft. From that time until the publication of these proceedings, many people helped to make this happen and we hope to mention them all here: First of all, we would like to thank both deans, Wytze Patijn in and Karen Laglas since , for their endorsement and support, and especially the director of International Affairs at that time, Ag- nes Wijers, for her immediate support upon approaching her with the idea and for her ample support in the early planning of the conference event. The eCAADe council was supportive throughout the entire process and helped with many aspects of the organisation.

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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy. Fuksas in Rome. These complexities can give rise to numerous risks, among which fire is frequently a central problem. The fire safety norms do not involve an approach integrated with other instruments or building model BIM , but provide a list of information and constraints. These codes are now shifting away from a prescriptive-based towards a performance-based method due to recent progress in fire safety engineering.

Following this approach, a case study simulation of a multi-purpose centre was carried out in Tivoli, near Rome.

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This simulation allowed greater freedom in architectural composition, a lower risk to people, a larger number of material and building components used and higher safety standards to be achieved. The model is based on the FDS Fire Dynamics Simulator language, a simulation code for low-speed flows, focused on smoke, particle and heat transport by fire. Architectural design; computational fluid-dynamics; fire propagation; fire safety; smoke propagation.

Fire nents. These complexities can give rise to numerous safety, more specifically smoke and heat extraction, risks, among which fire is frequently a central prob- requires optimization and careful analysis in the lem Harper, These norms are the average of Simulation, Prediction and Evaluation - Volume 2 - Computation and Performance - eCAADe 31 29 real fire safety cases, and so in some specific cases, The engineering approach makes it possible to they are more demanding than strictly necessary exceed the limits prescribed by the codes and at the with regard to devices or shape layout, while in oth- same time rigorously respect safety as the norms ers they could actually be insufficient.

This approach al- An impressive example of the impact of fire lows designers to have a greater compositional free- regulations on architecture is represented by the re- dom, obtaining innovative and high-performance cent design competition for the new Rome Confer- buildings in which fire safety has become an essen- ence Centre in It is situated near the old one, tial element of architectural conformation.

In this case, it was possible to use fire berto Libera in and is a reflection of late Italian engineering simulation techniques to demonstrate rationalist style tinted with a superficial, ironical and that the danger, in the case of fire, was very low as monumental classicism.

Another important motivation was the that might compromise the identity of the project. The combustion process is a sequence of chemical In many cases, this design logic led to the vari- reactions between a fuel and an oxidant, accom- ous conference halls being situated as low as pos- panied by the production of heat, smoke and the sible and for fire fighting purposes to use water conversion of chemical materials.

The process can cisterns filled with water at the top of the building. It is es- quences: overloading at the building top, which is a sential for a correct relationship among these three design solution to be avoided in view of the seismic elements otherwise, combustion itself cannot take nature of Italian territory; an obstruction of the visu- place Harper, Other exam- identify four fire phases La Malfa, : ples are: the Twin Towers, which had cisterns on the Ignition, a heat source acts on the fuel, and if suf- roof that unfortunately failed to cope with the com- ficient thermal capacity is released, it warms it up to bined effect of fire and the abrasion of the intumes- its ignition point.

The thermal energy needed to at- cent paint protecting the steel structure; or the first tain the ignition temperature depends on size and HKSBC projects in which water inside the pillars was the ratio between the mass and the surface exposed thought to cool the structure at the price of adding to the air. The traditional prescriptive method uses a set of technical standards that are rigidly ap- to reach their ignition temperature.

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The performance method of the fire produces: a reduction in visibility, in- allows the actual risks for specific activities to be creased toxic fumes, increment of the burning evaluated step-by-step by means of careful analysis rate over time. Heat Release Rate Parameter Codes do not involve an integrated approach nor do The Heat Release Rate - HRR - is the main parameter advanced CAD tools like building information mod- governing the fire phenomenon; it influences many elling - BIM, but they do provide a list of documenta- other fire characteristics.

Literally, the HRR indicates tions and prescriptions to be fulfilled, which are use- the heat released by the combustion of a material ful in the early design phases Balaban et al.

Curve peak values change according to the ma- terial being burnt. For example, plastic rubbish has a peak of 80 KW, while a car can reach KW. As the HRR increases, also the temperature and the rate of temperature rise increase, thus acceler- ating fire development.

In addition, increased HRR the density of the -ith material component of the results in reduced oxygen concentration and in- layer at temperature Ts, divided by the initial density creased production of gaseous and particulate mat- of the layer. The model used is based on the FDS Fire Dy- namics Simulator language, a simulation code for Material Reaction Rate to Fire low-speed flows, focused on smoke, particle and For a given material, the reaction can produce a heat transport by fire.

Ozel, The Reference Temperature.

The dashed blue lines define the compart- ment and the BEAM devices measure the total obscuration rate between two points. The levels of HRR deve- quires a longer computation time and greater hard- loped from the case study are based on information ware power.

Relevant critical scenarios rep- This was schematized with a burner, on which a vent resentative of the actual conditions were produced Simulation, Prediction and Evaluation - Volume 2 - Computation and Performance - eCAADe 31 33 Table 1 Fire Load calculation in rela- tion to the furniture or product type. It was also possible to for the egress time by rate dimming detectors - simulate fire scenarios that are worse than the NFPA BEAM ; fume, particle and heat flow trends in the code fire scenarios.

Those could be the most se- compartment; sprinkler operation. In the case of the 34 eCAADe 31 - Computation and Performance - Volume 2 - Simulation, Prediction and Evaluation Figure 5 Particle diffusion showed in a longitudinal section of the multi-purpose conference hall study case 5 minutes after fire ignition.

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In actual fact or the time needed for the bearing structure to re- the shape of the building, of its interior and the ac- sist until the fire fighters arrive. This aspect seems cesses to it constrain the possible manoeuvres of Figure 6 Gas temperature showed in a longitudinal section of the multi-purpose conference hall study case 5 minutes after fire ignition.

Simulation, Prediction and Evaluation - Volume 2 - Computation and Performance - eCAADe 31 35 the fire fighting and rescue vehicles and the extin- reduced risk to people; freedom in the use and guishing of the fire.

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