Date : 5th October 2011 (Wednesday)
Time : 5.30 p.m to 7.30 p.m ( Refreshment will be served at 5.30 p.m)
Venue : Tan Sri Prof. Chin Fung Kee Auditorium, 3rd Floor, Wisma IEM, PJ
Speaker : Ir. Daniel Lim
Engineers are generally quite clear on what needs to be done when there is a requirement for smoke control in a specific large area.
However, often enough engineers are at loss as to; how a small penetration through a fire compartment should be treated, what constitute a fire rated duct, is a vertical fire damper the same as a horizontal fire damper, or why the 6/10 Air-change rule for smoke control system.
The objective of this talk is to identify the various codes available in Malaysia related to Smoke Control System and how to, and when should each code and/or its various section be applied in a smoke control design for conventional building. The talk will discuss appropriate approaches to conventional smoke control design and calculation taking into consideration of the various elements and limitation of the intended equipments and allowable configuration.
Prepared by Mr. Mizi & Engr. Lee Cheng Pay
Uploaded by Engr. Mei Wong