Fire Engineering Residential Fire Simulation: High-Rise Dormitory Fire

03/19/2009
Sponsored bySimulation by Battalion Chief Frank Montagna, FDNY, Deputy Chief Stephen Kerber, College Park (MD) Fire Department, and CommandSimYou arrive on the scene of a working fire on the seventh floor of a local college dormitory. The weather is dry, sunny, and calm...Note: this simulation allows you to pressurize a stairwell using positive pressure, and practice using an elevator to review your high-rise procedures. Run the simulationDownload training documentsJoin the Training Community Discussions about the SimWatch a VIDEO about using the simulationsTalk about it in the forum      TRAINING DOCUMENTSSample Exercise Sequence without Stairwell Press...

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