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005455-An Introduction to Fire Protection Engineering for Buildings

005455-An Introduction to Fire Protection Engineering for Buildings

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An intoduction to fire protection engineering. This is a fire protection engineering pdh course for continuing education requirements for engineers Come visit www.pdhlibrary.com
An intoduction to fire protection engineering. This is a fire protection engineering pdh course for continuing education requirements for engineers Come visit www.pdhlibrary.com

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An Introduction to Fire ProtectionEngineering for Buildings
ByJ. Paul Guyer, P.E., R.A.PDHLibrary Course No 00054552 PDH HOURS
 
 
Guyer Partners 
44240 Clubhouse DriveEl Macero, CA 95618 (530)7758-6637 jpguyer@pacbell.net 
J. Paul Guyer, P.E., R.A. 
Paul Guyer is a registered fire protectionengineer, mechanical engineer, civil engineer,and architect with over 35 years experience in thedesign of buildings and related infrastructure. Foran additional 9 years he was a senior-leveladvisor to the California Legislature oninfrastructure and capital outlay issues, includingthose involving fire and life safety. He is agraduate of Stanford University and has heldnumerous national, state and local positions withthe American Society of Civil Engineers andNational Society of Professional Engineers.
An Introduction toFire ProtectionEngineeringforBuildings
 
© J. Paul Guyer 2009
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Introduction 32. The Fundamental Elements of Fire Protection Engineering 5 3. Building Materials and Design 74. Water Supply for Fire Protection 135. Fire Extinguishing Systems 226. Fire Alarm Systems 267. Special Occupancies and Hazards 298. Occupancy Hazard Classification System 339. Fire Flow Demand for Unsprinklered Facilities 3510. Performance Based Fire Safety Design 3611. Codes and Other Professional Resources 37

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