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    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/6Gross.pdf
    1 Technical Conference on the Federal Building and Fire Safety Investigation of the World Trade Center Disaster Session VI Structural Fire Response and Collapse Analysis September 15, 2005 John L. Gross and Therese McAllister Building and Fire Research Laboratory National Institute of Standards and Technology U.S. Department of Commerce 2 Contributors and AcknowledgementsContributors and Acknowledgements Project 6 Team • John L. Gross • Therese P. McAllister • Monica A. Starnes • Long T. Phan • Nicholas J. Carino Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. • Frederick Hervey • Mark Izydorek • John Mammoser • Joseph Treadway • William Joy • Aldo Jimenez • Romuald Bolewski 3 Contributors and AcknowledgementsContributors and Acknowledgements Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc....
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    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/5Grosshandler.pdf
    NIST World Trade Center ConferenceNIST World Trade Center Conference Session 5: Analysis of Active Fire Session 5: Analysis of Active Fire Protection SystemsProtection Systems William Grosshandler, Session Chair William Grosshandler, Session Chair Building and Fire Research LaboratoryBuilding and Fire Research Laboratory National Institute of Standards and TechnologyNational Institute of Standards and Technology Building Fire Safety SystemsBuilding Fire Safety Systems Egress systems: stairs, elevators, doors, protected corridors Passive fire protection systems: partitions, gypsum board, sprayed fire-resistive material (SFRM), intumescent materials Active fire protection systems: fire sensors and alarms notification systems sprinklers and water supplies non-aqueous fire suppression systems smo...
  3. WTC1, 2, 7 Fire Alarm Analysis

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/04/28/5Grill.pdf
    Project No. 4 Analysis of Active Fire Alarm Systems in WTC 1 & 2 Robert J. Keough Rolf Jensen & Associates Raymond A. Grill, P.E., FSFPE Arup Fire Objectives • Document the design and installation of the fire alarm systems and compare them to applicable code and standard requirements. • Document the normal operation of the fire alarm systems. • Document modifications made to the fire alarm systems in WTC 1 and 2 following the 1993 bombing. • Document the performance of the systems on September 11, 2001 Summary of Scope • Task 1 – Document the Fire Alarm Design and Installation and compare the designs to the applicable codes and standards • Task 2 – Document the normal expected operation and provisions for redundancy • Task 3 – Document the modif...
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    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/5Ferreira.pdf
    Technical Conference on the NIST Federal Building and Fire Safety Investigation of the World Trade Center Disaster September 14, 2005 Project #4: Investigation of Active Fire Protection Systems Smoke Control Systems Sub-Task (NCSTAR 1-4D) 3610 Commerce Drive, Suite 817, Baltimore, MD 21227-1652 Phone:410-737-8677 Fax:410-737-8688 Web Site: www.haifire.com Michael J. Ferreira, P.E. Steven M. Strege NIST WTC Investigation NIST WTC Investigation Project #4: Investigation of Active Fire Protection Project #4: Investigation of Active Fire Protection Systems Smoke Control Systems SubSystems Smoke Control Systems Sub--TaskTask Purpose: Investigate the performance of the active fire protection systems in WTC 1, 2, and 7 and their role in fire control, emergency response, and fate of occupants a...
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    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/4Pitts3.pdf
    Project 5 Wrap UP Aircraft Impact and Initial Damage Projects 2 and 6 Fire Growth and Estimated Gas Temperature Distributions Heat Transfer and Structural Element Temperatures Project 5 Probable Collapse Sequence Project 6 Some Important Accomplishments • Detailed spatial and temporal mapping of external ventilation pathways derived from WTC imagery used as input for FDS • Use of real-scale fire modeling to calibrate FDS • Extension of FDS to multiblock and parallel processing • Approach for calculating surface heat transfer to solid bodies using gas temperatures from large-cell FDS calculations as input to the much finer resolved meshes used for the ANSYS heat transfer calculations • Approaches for coupling the finely resolved solid-body temperatures derive...
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    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/4Pitts2.pdf
    National Institute of Standards and Technology Technology Administration U.S. Department of Commerce Project 5: Reconstruction of the Thermal Environment William M. Pitts Richard G. Gann September 14, 2005 Project 5 Purpose Reconstruct the time-evolving temperature, thermal environment, and smoke movement in WTC 1, 2, and 7 for use in evaluating the structural performance of the buildings and behavior and fate of occupants and responders. Today’s discussion is limited to WTC 1 and WTC 2 NIST WTC Investigation ProjectsNIST WTC Investigation Projects Analysis of Steel Structural Collapse Evacuation Baseline Performance & Impact Damage Analysis of Codes and Practices Fire Service Response Active Fire Suppression Thermal and Tenability Environment Public Inputs Docu...
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    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/1Lawson.pdf
    Federal Building and Fire Safety Investigation of the World Trade Center Disaster Project #8, The Emergency Response Operations September 13, 2005 J. R. Lawson, Project Leader Building and Fire Research Laboratory National Institute of Standards and Technology U.S. Department of Commerce james.lawson@nist.gov Contributing PersonnelContributing Personnel NIST Personnel: • J. Randall Lawson • Stephen A. Cauffman • Robert L. Vettori • Ronald Meininger • Schuyler Ruitberg • Michael R. Rubin • Lisa Petersen • Melissa J. Lieberman NIST Experts: • Vincent Dunn, FDNY (retired) • John J. Hodgens, FDNY (retired) • Kevin S. Malley, FDNY (retired) Contractor: • Nustats, Inc. Interactions With Other WTC ProjectsInteractions With Other WTC Projects Emergency Services Resp...
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    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/1Averill.pdf
    Jason D. Averill Fire Protection Engineer Building and Fire Research Laboratory National Institute of Standards and Technology U.S. Department of Commerce Technical Conference on the Federal Building and Fire Safety Investigation of the World Trade Center (WTC) Disaster September 13 – 15, 2005 Occupant Behavior, Egress, and Emergency Communications SingnificantSingnificant ContributorsContributors NIST Jason Averill Richard Peacock Erica Kuligowski Paul Reneke Elisa Baker Johnathan Demarest Expert Contractors Norman Groner Dennis Mileti Harold Nelson Guylene Proulx NuStats Partners, LLP, Contractor Johanna Zmud Rob Santos Heather Contrino Della Santos Carlos Arce NuStats Subcontractors Jamie Abelson Nancy McGuckin Jon Krosnick Martha Van Haitsma Virginia Bartot Purpose and OutcomesPu...
  9. Building Data Recorders Improving Fire/Life Safety Through Applied Technology

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/5Couch.pdf
    Copyright Kori Technology Group 1999-2005 1 Building Data Recorders Black Boxes for Buildings An Introduction to BDR Technology (protected by US Patents 5,680,329 and 5,950,150) Presented to Technical Conference on the Federal Building and Fire Safety Investigation of the World Trade Center Disaster National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg, Maryland September 13-15, 2005 Copyright Kori Technology Group 1999-2005 2 "Our failure has not been in writing and developing of fire codes but in our inability to ensure code compliance." Bill Manning, Editor Fire Engineering Magazine Volume: 149 Issue: 6 June 1996 Copyright Kori Technology Group 1999-2005 3 Why is there a need for a Building Data Recorder? • No way to measure Fire/Life safety system performan...
  10. 35 mm sales con background

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/5Allen.pdf
    © Marketing Dept 2005 All Rights Reserved Technical Conference Federal Building & Fire Safety Investigation of the World Trade Center Disaster NIST Sept 13-15th 2005 Dr Bill Allen Innovation Director Leighs Paints © Marketing Dept 2005 All Rights Reserved Founded 1860 Leighs Today © Marketing Dept 2005 All Rights Reserved Manufacturer’s Comments Reliable and robust Fire Protection Solutions Based on more onerous testing regimes © Marketing Dept 2005 All Rights Reserved What is Intumescent Fire Protection? Organic Coating Spray applied at 20-200mil Excellent adhesion to steel Effective in real fire scenarios Cellulosic or Hydrocarbon Withstands severe explosion prior to fire Proven 25-Year Track Record Listed by UL, Lloyds, DNV etc. © Marketing Dept 2005 Al...
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