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Fire Safety and Management Awareness

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Academic Editor

Dr. Fahmina Zafar
Dr. Fahmina Zafar

Jamia Millia Islamia,
India

Co-editor

Anujit Ghosal
Anujit Ghosal

University of Manitoba,
Canada

Published04 November 2020

Doi10.5772/intechopen.87859

ISBN978-1-83962-426-1

Print ISBN978-1-83962-425-4

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83962-427-8

Copyright year2020

Number of pages148

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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Table of Contents

Open access  chapters

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

575
4. Mathematical Modeling and Simulation of Development of the Fires in Confined Spaces

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

716
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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

699
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