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Glossary of fire terms and definitions
95.99 ISO/TMBG
Classification of fires
95.99 ISO/TC 21/SC 2
Classification of fires
90.93 ISO/TC 21/SC 2
Firebrand generator
40.20 ISO/TC 92
Fire protection — Safety signs
95.99 ISO/TC 21
Equipment for fire protection and fire fighting — Graphical symbols for fire protection plans — Specification
95.99 ISO/TC 21
Fire data — Collection and presentation system
95.99 ISO/TC 38
Fire protection — Vocabulary — Part 1: General terms and phenomena of fire
90.93 ISO/TC 21
Fire protection — Vocabulary — Part 2: Structural fire protection
90.93 ISO/TC 21
Fire protection — Vocabulary — Part 3: Fire detection and alarm
95.99 ISO/TC 21
Fire protection — Vocabulary — Part 4: Fire extinction equipment
95.99 ISO/TC 21
Fire protection — Vocabulary — Part 5: Smoke control
95.99 ISO/TC 21
Fire protection — Vocabulary — Part 6: Evacuation and means of escape
90.93 ISO/TC 21
Fire protection — Vocabulary — Part 7: Explosion detection and suppression means
90.93 ISO/TC 21
Fire protection — Vocabulary — Part 8: Terms specific to fire-fighting, rescue services and handling hazardous materials
95.99 ISO/TC 21
Validation method for fire gas analysis — Part 1: Limits of detection and quantification
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Validation method for fire gas analysis — Part 2: Intralaboratory validation of quantification methods
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Validation method for fire gas analysis — Part 3: Considerations related to interlaboratory trials
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Fire safety engineering — Part 1: Application of fire performance concepts to design objectives
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Part 2: Design fire scenarios and design fires
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Part 3: Assessment and verification of mathematical fire models
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Part 4: Initiation and development of fire and generation of fire effluents
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Part 5: Movement of fire effluents
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Part 6: Structural response and fire spread beyond the enclosure of origin
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Part 7: Detection, activation and suppression
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Part 8: Life safety — Occupant behaviour, location and condition
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Guidance for use of fire zone models
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Life-threatening components of fire — Part 2: Methodology and examples of tenability assessment
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Life-threatening components of fire — Guidelines for the estimation of time available for escape using fire data
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Life-threatening components of fire — Guidelines for the estimation of time available for escape using fire data
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Life-threatening components of fire — Guidelines for the estimation of time to compromised tenability in fires
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Fire safety — Vocabulary
95.99 ISO/TC 92
Fire safety — Vocabulary
95.99 ISO/TC 92
Fire safety — Vocabulary
90.92 ISO/TC 92
Fire safety — Vocabulary
40.20 ISO/TC 92
Fire resistance — Guidelines for evaluating the predictive capability of calculation models for structural fire behaviour
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 2
Fire resistance tests — Guidelines for computational structural fire design
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 2
Fire resistance tests — Guidelines for the design and conduct of non-furnace-based large-scale tests and simulation
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 2
Room corner and open calorimeter — Guidance on sampling and measurement of effluent gas production using FTIR technique
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 1
Fire safety engineering — Examples of fire safety objectives, functional requirements and safety criteria
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Procedures and requirements for verification and validation of calculation methods — Part 1: General
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Assessment, verification and validation of calculation methods — Part 2: Example of a fire zone model
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Assessment, verification and validation of calculation methods — Part 3: Example of a CFD model
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Assessment, verification and validation of calculation methods — Part 4: Example of a structural model
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Assessment, verification and validation of calculation methods — Part 5: Example of an Egress model
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Assessment, verification and validation of calculation methods
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Fire risk assessment — Part 1: General
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire Safety Engineering — Fire risk assessment — Part 2: Example of an office building
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Fire risk assessment — Part 3: Example of an industrial property
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Guidance on fire risk assessment
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Selection of design fire scenarios and design fires — Part 1: Selection of design fire scenarios
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Selection of design fire scenarios and design fires — Part 2: Design fires
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Selection of design fire scenarios and design fires
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Requirements governing algebraic equations — Fire plumes
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Requirements governing algebraic equations — Smoke layers
90.92 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Requirements governing algebraic equations — Ceiling jet flows
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Requirements governing algebraic equations — Vent flows
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Requirements governing algebraic equations — Vent flows
90.92 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire-safety engineering — Technical information on methods for evaluating behaviour and movement of people
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Design of evacuation experiments
30.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Guidelines for assessing the adverse impact of wildland fires on the environment and to people through environmental exposure
90.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Controlled equivalence ratio method for the determination of hazardous components of fire effluents
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Controlled equivalence ratio method for the determination of hazardous components of fire effluents — Steady-state tube furnace
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Methods for sampling and analysis of fire effluents
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Methods for sampling and analysis of fire effluents
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Toxicity testing of fire effluents — Guidance for analysis of gases and vapours in fire effluents using FTIR gas analysis
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Guidance for sampling and analysis of toxic gases and vapours in fire effluents using Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy
90.92 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Sampling and analysis of toxic gases and vapours in fire effluents using Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy
30.20 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Generation and analysis of toxic gases in fire — Calculation of species yields, equivalence ratios and combustion efficiency in experimental fires
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Generation and analysis of toxic gases in fire — Calculation of species yields, equivalence ratios and combustion efficiency in experimental fires
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Generation and analysis of toxic gases in fire — Calculation of species yields, equivalence ratios and combustion efficiency in experimental fires
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Guidelines for assessing the fire threat to people
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Guidelines for assessing the fire threat to people
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Guidelines for assessing the fire threat to people
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Fire safety engineering — Survey of performance-based fire safety design practices in different countries
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Verification and validation protocol for building fire evacuation models
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Active fire protection systems — Part 1: General principles
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
FTIR analysis of fire effluents in cone calorimeter tests
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 1
Fire safety engineering — Estimating the reduction in movement speed based on visibility and irritant species concentration
60.00 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Review of outputs for fire containment tests for buildings in the context of fire safety engineering
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 2
Guidance on the requirement for large-scale test methods to represent fire threats in different full-scale fire scenarios
30.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Fire safety engineering — General principles — Part 1: General
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — General principles — Part 2: Example of a dry-cleaning store
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — General principles
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Large outdoor fires and the built environment — Global overview of different approaches to standardization
60.60 ISO/TC 92
Fire safety engineering — Requirements governing algebraic formulae — Part 1: General requirements
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Requirements governing algebraic formulae — Part 2: Fire plume
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Requirements governing algebraic formulae — Part 3: Ceiling jet flows
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire Safety Engineering - Requirements governing algebraic formulae — Part 4: Smoke layers
40.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Requirements governing algebraic formulae — Part 5: Vent flows
40.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Requirements governing algebraic formulae — Part 6: Flashover related phenomena
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Requirements governing algebraic formulae — Part 7: Radiation heat flux received from an open pool fire
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Requirements governing algebraic formulae — Part 9: Ejected flame from an opening
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Performance of structures in fire — Part 1: General
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Performance of structure in fire — Part 2: Example of an airport terminal
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Performance of structure in fire — Part 3: Example of an open car park
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Performance of structures in fire — Part 4: Example of a fifteen-storey steel-framed office building
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Performance of structures in fire — Part 5: Example of a timber building in Canada
30.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Performance of structures in fire — Part 6: Example of an eight-storey office concrete building
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Performance of structures in fire — Part 8: Example of a probabilistic assessment of a concrete building
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Fire safety engineering — Performance of structures in fire
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Guidelines for assessing the adverse environmental impact of fire effluents — Part 1: General
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Guidelines for assessing the adverse environmental impact of fire effluents — Part 1: General
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Guidelines for assessing the adverse environmental impact of fire effluents — Part 2: Methodology for compiling data on environmentally significant emissions from fires
90.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Guidelines for assessing the adverse environmental impact of fire effluents — Part 3: Sampling and analysis
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Environmental damage limitation from fire-fighting water run-off
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Fire tests — Uncertainty of measurements in fire tests
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 1
Fire safety engineering — Selection of design occupant behavioural scenarios
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 4
Comparison of toxic gas data from different tests — Part 1: Guidance and requirements
60.60 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Guidance for comparison of toxic gas data between different physical fire models and scales
95.99 ISO/TC 92/SC 3
Fire chemistry — Generation and measurement of aerosols
90.93 ISO/TC 92/SC 3

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