030-0013/03 – Software for Mathematical Modelling of Fire (SMMP)

Gurantor departmentDepartment of Fire ProtectionCredits3
Subject guarantorprof. Dr. Ing. Aleš DudáčekSubject version guarantorprof. Dr. Ing. Aleš Dudáček
Study levelundergraduate or graduateRequirementChoice-compulsory
Year5Semesterwinter
Study languageCzech
Year of introduction2002/2003Year of cancellation2007/2008
Intended for the facultiesFBIIntended for study typesMaster
Instruction secured by
LoginNameTuitorTeacher giving lectures
KUC05 doc. Ing. Petr Kučera, Ph.D.
Extent of instruction for forms of study
Form of studyWay of compl.Extent
Full-time Graded credit 1+2

Subject aims expressed by acquired skills and competences

Students will understand the fundamentals of mathematical modelling of fire. Become familiar with the selected software for fire modelling. After completing the course student will be able to analyse problem and select a suitable model and formulate terms of reference for problem solving. Student will be able to solve a problem using appropriate software and to interpret the modelling results. Student will be able to use fire modelling to design the fire safety of buildings.

Teaching methods

Lectures
Seminars
Tutorials

Summary

The course provides fundamentals of the mathematical modelling of fire in a confined space. Familiarisation with basic software for fire modelling, application and operation of this type of software and with interpretation the modeling results.

Compulsory literature:

A selection from the literature according to availability: KUČERA, P. – PEZDOVA. Z. Základy matematického modelování požáru. Edice SPBI SPEKTRUM 73. Ostrava: Sdružení požárního a bezpečnostního inženýrství, 2010. ISBN 978-80-7385-095-1. KARLSSON, B. – QUINTIERE, J.G. Enclosure Fire Dynamics. CRC Press LLC, 2000. DRYSDALE, D. An Introduction to Fire Dynamics, 3rd Edition, John Wiley & Sons, United Kingdom, 2011. QUINTIERE, J.G. Fundamentals of Fire Phenomena. John Wiley & Sons, England, 2006. DiNENNO, P.J. (editor in chief) The SFPE Handbook of Fire Protection Engineering. 4th Edition, USA: Society of Fire Protection Engineers, 2008. (Chapters from 3-5 to 3-9) COTE, A. E. (editor in chief) Fire Protection Handbook. 20th Edition, Volumes I & II, USA: National Fire Protection Association, 2008. (Chapters from 3-5 to 3-9) REIN, G. et al. The Dalmarnock Fire Tests: Experiments and Modelling. School of Engineering and Electronics University of Edinburgh. 2007. HUSTED, B.P. – WESTERMAN, D. ARGOS: Theory Manual. Danisch Institute of Fire and Security Technology (DIFT), June 2009. DEIBJERG, T. Et al. ARGOS User´s Guide (A step by step guide to fire simulation). Danisch Institute of Fire and Security Technology (DIFT), June 2009. WADE, C.A. BRANZFIRE Technical Reference Guide BRANZ Study Report No 92. Building Research Association of New Zealand, 2004. WADE, C. A Users' Guide to BRANZFIRE. Building Research Association of New Zealand, 2004. JONES, W.W. et al. CFAST – Consolidated Model of Fire Growth and Smoke Transport (Version 6) - Technical Reference Guide. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication 1026. 2009. PEACOCK, R.D. CFAST – Consolidated Model of Fire Growth and Smoke Transport (Version 6) - User’s Guide. NIST Special Publication 1051. 2008. DEAL, S.: Technical Reference Guide for FPEtool Version 3.2. National Institute of Standards and Technology NISTIR 5486-1. 1995. CADORIN, J.P. et al. The Design Fire Tool OZone V2.0 – Theoretical Description and Validation on Experimental Fire Tests. University of Liege, Belgium, 2001. FIRECALC – Computer Software for the Fire Engineering Professional – User’s manual (version 2.3), CSIRO 1993. FIREWIND – Computer Software for the Fire Engineering Professional – User’s manual (version 3.4). Wahroonga (Australia), Fire Modeling & Computing 1998. DAVIS, W.D. The Zone model JET: A Model for the Prediction of Detector Activation and Gas Temperature in the Presence of Smoke Layer. NISTIR 6324. NIST 1999. COOPER, L.Y. The Consolidated Compartment Fire Model (CCFM) – Computer Code Application CCFM. Vents – Parts III: Catalog of Algorithms and Subroutines. NISTIR 4344. NIST 1990. McGRATTAN, K. et al. Fire Dynamics Simulator (Version 5), Technical Reference Guide. NIST Special Publication 1018-5. Washington, McGRATTAN, K. et al Fire Dynamics Simulator (Version 5), User’s Guide. NIST Special Publication 1019-5. Washington, 2010. FORNEY, G.P. Smokeview (Version 5) - A Tool for Visualizing Fire Dynamics Simulation Data. Volume I: User’s Guide Data. NIST Special Publication 1017-1, 2010. EWER, J. et al. SMARTFIRE V4.1 Technical reference manual. University of Greenwich, May 2008. ISO/TR 13387-3 Fire safety engineering - Part 3: Assessment and verification of mathematical fire models. ISO: Geneva, 1999. ISO/DTR 10796-2 Fire safety engineering - Part 2: Example on the application of IS 16730 to the assessment, verification and validation of a CFD model. ISO: Geneva, 2011. ASTM E603: Standard Guide for Room Fire Experiments, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, 2007. ASTM E1355: Standard Guide for Evaluating the Predictive Capability of Deterministic Fire Models, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, 2005. ASTM E1472: Standard Guide for Documenting Computer Software for Fire Models, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, 2007. ASTM E1591: Standard Guide for Obtaining Data for Deterministic Fire Models, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, 2007.

Recommended literature:

Way of continuous check of knowledge in the course of semester

E-learning

Další požadavky na studenta

Prerequisities

Subject has no prerequisities.

Co-requisities

Subject has no co-requisities.

Subject syllabus:

1 Úvod do modelování požáru 1.1 Terminologie 1.2 Rozdělení modelů požáru 2 Modelování požáru v uzavřeném prostoru 2.1 Deterministické modely požáru 2.1.1 Zónové modely 2.1.2 Modely typu pole 2.2 Pravděpodobnostní modely 2.2.1 Statistické modely 2.2.2 Síťové modely 2.3. Simulační modely 3. Interpretace výsledků

Conditions for subject completion

Full-time form (validity from: 1960/1961 Summer semester)
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Graded exercises evaluation Graded credit 100 (100) 0
        Project Project 50  0
        Written exam Written test 25  0
        Other task type Other task type 25  0
Mandatory attendence parzicipation:

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2007/2008 (M3908) Fire Protection and Industrial Safety (3908T006) Fire Protection Engineering and Industrial Safety P Czech Ostrava 5 Choice-compulsory study plan
2006/2007 (M3908) Fire Protection and Industrial Safety (3908T006) Fire Protection Engineering and Industrial Safety P Czech Ostrava 5 Choice-compulsory study plan
2005/2006 (M3908) Fire Protection and Industrial Safety (3908T006) Fire Protection Engineering and Industrial Safety P Czech Ostrava 5 Choice-compulsory study plan
2004/2005 (M3908) Fire Protection and Industrial Safety (3908T006) Fire Protection Engineering and Industrial Safety P Czech Ostrava 5 Choice-compulsory study plan
2003/2004 (M3908) Fire Protection and Industrial Safety (3908T006) Fire Protection Engineering and Industrial Safety P Czech Ostrava 5 Choice-compulsory study plan

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