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Part 4: Scenario-Based Case StudyColumbia Southern University
1Running Head:Part 4: Scenario-Based Case StudyDamean WilliamsonColumbia Southern UniversityMOS 5301Part 4: Scenario-Based Case Study
2Running Head:Part 4: Scenario-Based Case StudySection IFor such a large warehouse such as Washington Distribution, the current waterdistribution system that was to support the fire protection system was inadequate inaccomplishing the main objective. This wasn’t always the case, Before the final renovation of thewarehouse the water distribution system was appropriate to do the job. If the distribution centerhad updated the water distribution system, the fire emergency would have been dealt with moreeffectively. The pressure within the fire protection system would have increase and would havebeen very operational.There are six main principle of water pressure, fluid pressure which is perpendicular inreference to the surface the water is acts upon. Then we have the second principle that refers tothe fact that at a point of rest, the intensity is the same in all direction. The pressure is transmittedequally in all direction if the pressure to that fluid is in a confided space, this is the thirdprinciple. The fourth principle of pressure reflects that of pressure of an open vessel; the pressureis directly proportional to the depth. The fifth principle is similar to the fourth, it states that in anopen vessel the pressure of that liquid is directly proportional to the density of that liquid. Thefinal principle is in relation to the shape of a vessel; pressure of that liquid at the bottom of anyvessel is independent only on the shape of that vessel and no other influences.The component of a water distribution system consists of all the mechanism that is involved ingetting water from the pumping station then providing it to where it’s needed. Primary feeders

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Water supply network, Fire brigade, Fire Protection System

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