|Statement||by H. P. Morgan, N. R.Marshall and Mrs. B. M. Goldstone.|
|Series||Current paper -- 45/76|
|Contributions||Marshall, N. R., Goldstone, B. M.|
1. INTRODUCTION In a multi-level shopping mall, smoke from a fire in a low-level shop can flow upwards to form a layer under the roof. The purpose of smoke venting is to maintain the base of this smoke layer at a safe height above the upper level walkway or by: H. P. Morgan and N. R. Marshall, “Smoke hazards in covered multi-level shopping malls: an experimentally based theory for smoke production,” BRE CP48/75, Building Research Establishment, Google ScholarCited by: Morgan, H. P. and Marshall, N. R., “Smoke Hazards in Covered Multi-level Shopping Malls: An Experimentally-based Theory for Smoke Production,” BRE Current Paper 48/75, Building Research Establishment, Watford, UK, Cited by: Morgan and N. R. Marshall, Smoke hazards covered multi-level shopping malls. Part 1. An experimentally-based theory for smoke production, Current Paper 48/72, Building Research Establishment, Borehamwood,
H.P. Morgan, N.R. Marshall, B.M. Goldstone, Smoke hazards in covered multi-level shopping malls: some studies using a model 2-storey mall. Building Research Establishment Current Paper, CP45/76, BRE, 9. G.O. Hansell, H.P. Morgan, N.R. Marshall, Smoke flow experiments in a . Journals & Books; Register . 4 B. S. Massey, Mechanics of Fluids, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, London, 5 H. P. Morgan and N. R. Marshall, Smoke hazards in covered multi-level shopping malls: an experi- mentally-based theory for smoke production, BRE Current Paper CP 48/75, Borehamwood, U.K.~ 6 H. P. Morgan and N. R. Marshall. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. Morgan H.P. and Marshall N.R., Smoke hazards in covered multi-level shopping malls: an experimentally-based theory for smoke production, BRE Current Paper 48/75, BRE, Mayfield C., Hopkins D., Design fires for use in fire safety engineering, BRE
Brigades may also wish to refer, in this connection, to BRE Current Paper 19/78 - Smoke hazards in covered, multi-level shopping malls: a method of extracting smoke from each level separately. This was drawn to the attention of Chief Fire Officers in Dear Chief . Since last month, when Bridgewater Commons became the first mall in New Jersey to adopt a smoke-free policy, taking effect on Aug. 9, at least three malls in . Smoke hazards in covered, multi-level shopping malls: an experimentally-based theory for smoke production. Borehamwood UK: Building Research Establishment CP 48/75 Jan Numerical study of distribution of smoke and hazards in underground parking areas considering the operation of ventilation A note on smoke plumes from fires in multi-level shopping malls. M. Law; Fire Safety Journal, , A study of a large fire in a covered shopping complex: St John ’ s Centre. P MorganH, P. SavageN; Building.