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Saltwater Modelling of Fire Gas Flow through a Horizontal Ceiling Opening
(University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2010)
When fires occur in domestic or commercial buildings it is the smoke from the fire that leads to far more injury and death than the heat produced from the flames. Understanding the movement of smoke within the fire compartment ...
Modelling the behaviour of New Zealand steel connections in fire.
(University of Canterbury, 2018)
The performance of steel connections are critical in the overall survivability of a building in the event of a fire, as highlighted by previous accidental fires in multistorey buildings and also by large scale tests. ...