Fire Protection Engineering

FP 3070. FUNDAMENTALS OF FIRESAFETY ANALYSIS

Cat. I This course introduces students of different technical disciplines to analytical methods and techniques to address problems of fire, explosions, or hazardous incidents. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the physical concepts of the problem and their interactions. Quantification will adapt existing procedures to appropriate levels of theoretical and empirical methods in the field of fire science and engineering. Computer applications will be incorporated. Recommended background: mathematics through differential equations; engineering science; fluid mechanics.

FP 3080. INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING FIRES SAFETY SYSTEM DESIGN

Cat. I This course introduces principles and applications of building fire safety design. Topics include the interaction between fire, the building, and building occupants; systems that are used to detect, suppress, and control the spread of fire; and systems that facilitate the safe evacuation of occupants during fire. Building code requirements and engineering methods for analysis and design of building fire safety systems will be explored. Recommended background: Thermodynamics. This course will be offered in 2012-13.

 
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