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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 13)
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Effect Analysis of Fans Activating Time on Smoke Control Mode for Road Tunnel Fire

Xin Han, Beihua Cong, Xinna Li and Lili Han
Corresponding Author:  Xin Han 

Key words:  FDS, full size tunnel fire test, numerical simulation, opening time, road tunnel fire, ,
Vol. 5 , (13): 3571-3575
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August 01, 2012 September 17, 2012 April 15, 2013
Abstract:

With the development of economy, more and more road tunnels have been built. Due to the relatively isolated environment of the tunnel, fire protection is the most important factor for the safe management of tunnel operation. During the fire process, many people are killed by the fire smoke. As for preventive measures of road tunnel fire, smoke exhaust system is the most effective way to control the spread of fire smoke. Based on full size tunnel fire test and simulation analysis, this study carries out effect analysis of fans activating time on smoke control mode for road tunnel fire. The corresponding results are useful to establish fire control strategy and personnel evacuation plan for tunnel management system.
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Xin Han, Beihua Cong, Xinna Li and Lili Han, 2013. Effect Analysis of Fans Activating Time on Smoke Control Mode for Road Tunnel Fire.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(13): 3571-3575.
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