Fire Fighting System Design Basics (MEP)

Learn Fire Fighting Designing Basics

The design of any fire-protection system is an exact science that takes into account a building’s use, occupancy, footprint, and even its other installed systems.

What you’ll learn

  • Fire Fighting System Design Basics.

Course Content

  • FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM DESIGN –> 19 lectures • 3hr 44min.

Fire Fighting System Design Basics (MEP)

Requirements

  • Any Graduate Engineer dealing with Building Services.

The design of any fire-protection system is an exact science that takes into account a building’s use, occupancy, footprint, and even its other installed systems.

Planning for fire protection involves an integrated approach in which system designers need to analyze building components as a total package. In most cases, the analysis needs to go beyond basic code compliance and the owner’s minimum legal responsibilities for providing protection.

CHAPTER -001

1. INTRODUCTION TO FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM

2. SYLLABUS OVERVIEW

3. STANDARD SOCIETY –PPT

4. NFPA CODES FOR BUILDING SAFETY

5. FIRE TRIANGLE

6. REASONS OF FIRE

7. SYSTEM & EQUIPMENT

CHAPTER -002- FIRE EXTINGUISHER NFPA-10

1. FUEL CLASSIFICATION

2. TYPES OF FIRE EXTINGUISHER

3. HOW TO USE FIRE EXTINGUISGHER

CHAPTER -003- AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEM NFPA-13

1. INTRODUCTION

2. TYPES OF SPRINKLERS

3. TYPES OF SPRINKLER SYSTEM

  • WET SPRINKLER SYSTEM
  • DRY SPRINKLER SYSTEM
  • PRE ACTION SPRINKLER SYSTEM
  • DELUGE SPRINKLER SYSTEM

4. SPRINKLER SYSTEM ARRANGEMENT

  • TREE SPRINKLER ARRANGEMENT
  • LOOPED SPRINKLER ARRANGEMENT
  • GRIDDED SPRINKLER SYSTEM

5. TYPES OF HAZARDS (OCCUPANCY)

  • LIGHT HAZARD
  • ORDINARY HAZARD GROUP I
  • ORDINARY HAZARD GROUP II

6. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEM DESIGNING STEPS

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