This module will cover the principles of fire engineering. It will look at various principles of Fire Engineering giving a great insight into this exciting field. It also looks at numerous case studies which highlight how Fire Engineering can be applied to resolve building design issues.

I cannot rate the content highly enough. I was looking for a course to introduce me to the Principles of Fire Engineering and this course did that. I would recommend this course to anyone involved in Fire Risk Assessment or a Fire Safety advisory role to improve your knowledge and therefore your competence. Nick Butler

This course covers the following topics:

    • Basic principles of Fire Engineering
    • History of Fire Engineering
    • What is Fire Engineering?
    • Role of Fire Engineer
    • Fire Engineering approaches available
    • Fire Engineering Competence
    • Determining fire size
    • Design approaches
    • Liaison with Fire Service
    • Advantages of Fire Engineered Solution
    • Disadvantages of Fire Engineered Solution
    • Are some Fire Engineered Solutions flawed
    • Guidance documents
    • Main factors to consider with Fire Engineered solution
    • Qualitative Design Review
    • Published documents
    • Assessment against criteria
    • Competencies
    • What is CFD modelling
    • Case Studies
    • Fire Modelling
    • FDS
    • Impulse fans
    • Smoke control in flats – CFD
    • Various CFD Models
    • CIBSE Guide E
    • Reconstruction using fire modelling
    • Application of fire models
    • Issues with smoke control in blocks of flats
    • Fire Engineering Strategy Introduction
    • Fire Engineering Strategy for block of flats
    • Fire Engineering Strategy for smoke control in care premises
    • Full Fire Engineered Strategy
    • The Cone Calorimeter
    • The Porta Level
    • Timber Framed Analysis 1
    • Probablistic Analysis

Duration

55 hours

Cost

£695 plus VAT (£834 inc VAT)

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