• ISO/TS 29761:2015

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    Fire safety engineering — Selection of design occupant behavioural scenarios

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    Language(s):  English, French

    Published date:  02-12-2015

    Publisher:  International Organization for Standardization

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    ISO/TS 29761:2015 describes a methodology for the selection of design occupant behavioural scenarios that are severe but credible for use in deterministic fire safety engineering analyses of any built environment including buildings, structures, or transportation vehicles.

    Occupant behavioural scenarios are linked to design fire scenarios. Guidance on the selection of design fire scenarios and design fires is covered in ISO 16733‑1. The steps in ISO 16733‑1 are followed in this Technical Specification with life safety of the occupants as the single fire safety objective under consideration.

    ISO/TR 16738 provides information on methods for the quantification of the different aspects of human evacuation behaviour in a design context. One part of that process involves the selection of occupant behavioural scenarios. This Technical Specification provides guidance for that aspect of the evaluation of an egress design.

    ISO/TS 29761:2015 addresses behaviours that occur after fire ignition and does not deal with behaviours that influence fire ignition.

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    Document Type Technical Specification
    Publisher International Organization for Standardization
    Status Current

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    14/30300270 DC : 0 BS ISO 16733-1 - FIRE SAFETY ENGINEERING - SELECTION OF DESIGN FIRE SCENARIOS AND DESIGN FIRES - PART 1: SELECTION OF DESIGN FIRE SCENARIOS
    BS ISO 24678-6:2016 Fire safety engineering. Requirements governing algebraic formulae Flashover related phenomena
    BS ISO 16733-1:2015 Fire safety engineering. Selection of design fire scenarios and design fires Selection of design fire scenarios
    ISO 16733-1:2015 Fire safety engineering — Selection of design fire scenarios and design fires — Part 1: Selection of design fire scenarios
    UNE-ISO 16733-1:2017 Fire safety engineering.Selection of design fire scenarios and design fires.Part 1: Selection of design fire scenarios
    ISO 24678-6:2016 Fire safety engineering — Requirements governing algebraic formulae — Part 6: Flashover related phenomena

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    ISO 16733-1:2015 Fire safety engineering — Selection of design fire scenarios and design fires — Part 1: Selection of design fire scenarios
    ISO 21542:2011 Building construction Accessibility and usability of the built environment
    ISO 16312-1:2016 Guidance for assessing the validity of physical fire models for obtaining fire effluent toxicity data for fire hazard and risk assessment Part 1: Criteria
    ISO 13943:2017 Fire safety — Vocabulary
    ISO/TR 16738:2009 Fire-safety engineering Technical information on methods for evaluating behaviour and movement of people
    ISO 13571:2012 Life-threatening components of fire Guidelines for the estimation of time to compromised tenability in fires
    ISO 27368:2008 Analysis of blood for asphyxiant toxicants — Carbon monoxide and hydrogen cyanide
    ISO 23932:2009 Fire safety engineering General principles
    IEC 60695-7-1:2010 Fire hazard testing - Part 7-1: Toxicity of fire effluent - General guidance
    ISO 19706:2011 Guidelines for assessing the fire threat to people
    ISO/TR 16312-2:2007 Guidance for assessing the validity of physical fire models for obtaining fire effluent toxicity data for fire hazard and risk assessment Part 2: Evaluation of individual physical fire models
    ISO 16732-1:2012 Fire safety engineering Fire risk assessment Part 1: General
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