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Fire Safety and Management Awareness

Edited by Fahmina Zafar

Jamia Millia Islamia


Anujit Ghosal

University of Manitoba

To ensure a healthy lifestyle, fire safety and protocols are essential. The population boom, economic crunches, and excessive exploitation of nature have enhanced the possibilities of destruction due to an event of a fire. Computational simulations enacting case studies and incorporation of fire safety protocols in daily routines can help in avoiding such mishaps.

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Fire Safety and Management AwarenessEdited by Fahmina Zafar

Published: November 4th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.87859

ISBN: 978-1-83962-426-1

Print ISBN: 978-1-83962-425-4

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-427-8

Copyright year: 2020

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1. Introductory Chapter: Fire Prevention Strategies

By Anujit Ghosal and Fahmina Zafar


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2. Numerical Study on the Outdoor Wind Effects on Movement Smoke along a Corridor

By Brady Manescau, Khaled Chetehouna, Quentin Serra, Aijuan Wang and Eric Florentin


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3. Shifting Wildfire Trends and Management Implications for the Wildland Urban Interface in the Twenty-first Century

By Rebecca Abney and Qin Ma


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4. Mathematical Modeling and Simulation of Development of the Fires in Confined Spaces

By Ivan Antonov, Rositsa Velichkova, Svetlin Antonov and Kamen Grozdanov


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5. Methodology for Optimal Fire Evacuations in Underground Mines Based on Simulated Scenarios

By Vancho Adjiski and Zoran Despodov


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6. A Case Study on the Fire Safety in Historic Buildings in Slovakia

By Agnes Iringová


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7. BLEVE Fireball Effects in a Gas Industry: A Numerical Modeling Applied to the Case of an Algeria Gas Industry

By Brady Manescau, Khaled Chetehouna, Ilyas Sellami, Rachid Nait-Said and Fatiha Zidani


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