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Verification method framework for fire safety design

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Verification Method: Framework for Fire Safety Design, April 2012 3. BENSILUM, M and PURSER D.A. (2002) GridFlow: an object-oriented building evacuation model combining pre-travel activity and movement behaviours for performance-based design. Fire Safety Science. Proceedings of the seventh International Symposium. EVANS, D.D. (ed.). International Association for Fire Safety Science. 2003. pp 941-952 4. BRYAN, J.L. An Examination and Analysis of the Human Behavior in the MGM Grand Hotel Fire, revised report, National Fire Protection Association, Quincy MA, 1983 5. PD 7974-6:2004 - The application of fire safety engineering priciples to fire safety design of buildings. Human factors. Life safety strategies. Occupant evacuation, behaviour and condition (Sub-system 6). British Standards Institution (BSI) 6. PROULX, G. KAUFMAN A. and PINEAU, J. Evacuation Time and Movement in Office Buildings, Internal Report No. 711, National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa ON, March 1996 7. PROULX, G. and FAHY, R.F. The time delay to start evacuation: review of five case studies. proceedings of the fifth international symposium on fire safety science. HASEMI, Y. (ed.) International Association for Fire Safety Science, 1997, pp. 783-794 8. PROULX, G., LATOUR, J.C., MCLAURIN, J.W., PINEAU, J., HOFFMAN, L.E. and LAROCHE, C. Housing Evacuation of Mixed Abilities Occupants in Highrise Buildings, Internal Report No. 706, National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa ON, August 1995 9. PROULX, G LATOUR J. and MACLAURIN, J. Housing Evacuation of Mixed Abilities Occupants, Internal Report No. 661, National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa ON, July 1994 10. PROULX, G. and SIME, J. To prevent panic in an underground emergency, why not tell people the truth?. In: COX, G., LANGFORD, B. (Eds), Fire Safety Science Proceedings of the Third International Symposium. Elevier Applied Science, New York, pp. 843-852 11. R.L.Alpert, Fire Tech., 8, 181 (1972)
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68 12. RICHARD D. PEACOCK, PAUL A. RENEKE, GLENN P. FORNEY, CFAST Consolidated Model of Fire Growth and Smoke Transport (Version 6) User's Guide, NIST Special Publication 1041r1, National Institute of Standards and Technology, U.S. Department of Commerce, December 2012 13. RICHARD D. PEACOCK, PAUL A. RENEKE, Verification and Validation of Selected Fire models for Nuclear Power Plant Applications, Volume 5: Consolidated Fire and Smoke Transport Model (CFAST), U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research (RES), Rockville, MD. 2007, and Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Palo alto, CA, NUREG-1824 and EPRI 1011999, May 2007 14. The Society of Fire Protection Engineers, The SFPE Handbook of Fire Protection Engineering, 3rd Ed, National Fire Protection Association Inc., 2002, Chap7, Chap 8 15. WADE C.A. and Robbins A.P., Smoke Filling In Large Spaces Using Branzfire, BRANZ Study Report No. 195, BRANZ Ltd, Judgefors, New Zealand, 2008 16. WADE C.A., A User Guide's Guide to BRANZFIRE 2004, Building Research Association of New Zealand, Judgeford, Porirua City, New Zealand, 2004 17. WADE C.A., BRANZFIRE Technical Reference Guide 2004, BRANZ Study Report No. 92 (revised), Building Research Association of New Zealand, Judgeford, Porirua City, New Zealand, 2004 18. WALTER W.JONES, Richard D. Peacock, Paul A. Reneke, Glenn P. Forney,
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