• BS ISO/TR 13387-3:1999

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    Fire safety engineering Assessment and verification of mathematical fire models

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  15-02-2000

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Terms and definitions
    4 Symbols and abbreviated terms
    5 Potential users and their needs
    6 Documentation
          6.1 General
          6.2 Technical documents
          6.3 User's manual
    7 General methodology
          7.1 General
          7.2 Review of the theoretical basis of the model
          7.3 Analytical tests
          7.4 Comparison with other programmes
          7.5 Empirical verification
          7.6 Code checking
    8 Numerical accuracy
    9 Measurement uncertainty of data
          9.1 General
          9.2 Category A determination of standard uncertainty
          9.3 Category B determination of standard uncertainty
          9.4 Combined standard uncertainty
          9.5 Expanded uncertainty
          9.6 Reporting uncertainty
    10 Sensitivity analysis
    11 Reference fire tests
    Annex A (informative) Literature review
    Bibliography

    Abstract - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    Gives advice on methods for assessment and verification of the applicability and accuracy of mathematical fire models employed as fire safety engineering tools. Specific fire models are not covered, and it is not a step-by-step method, however, it does outline techniques for finding limitations and errors in a calculation model.

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    This part of ISO/TR13387 provides guidance on procedures for assessing and verifying the accuracy and applicability of deterministic mathematical fire models used as tools for fire safety engineering. It does not address specific fire models. It is not a step-by-step procedure, but does describe techniques for detecting errors and finding limitations in a calculation model. This part of ISO/TR13387 does not address the assessment and verification of totally probabilistic approaches to fire safety calculations, or the probabilistic elements that may be combined with deterministic calculations.

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    Committee FSH/24
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Current

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    ASTM E 603 : 2017 : REDLINE Standard Guide for Room Fire Experiments
    ISO/TR 13387-1:1999 FIRE SAFETY ENGINEERING - PART 1: APPLICATION OF FIRE PERFORMANCE CONCEPTS TO DESIGN OBJECTIVES
    ISO 13943:2017 Fire safety — Vocabulary
    ISO/TR 13387-8:1999 FIRE SAFETY ENGINEERING - PART 8: LIFE SAFETY - OCCUPANT BEHAVIOUR, LOCATION AND CONDITION
    ISO/TR 13387-7:1999 Fire safety engineering Part 7: Detection, activation and suppression
    ISO/TR 13387-4:1999 Fire safety engineering Part 4: Initiation and development of fire and generation of fire effluents
    ISO/TR 13387-2:1999 Fire safety engineering Part 2: Design fire scenarios and design fires
    ISO/TR 13387-6:1999 Fire safety engineering Part 6: Structural response and fire spread beyond the enclosure of origin
    ISO/TR 13387-5:1999 Fire safety engineering Part 5: Movement of fire effluents
    BS 476-32:1989 Fire tests on building materials and structures Guide to full scale fire tests within buildings
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