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主要題名:Stack effect of smoke for an old-style apartment in Taiwan
作者姓名:Su, Chung-HweiHsu, Ming-ChihShu, Chi-MinLin, Yu-Chang
貢獻者資料:設計學院/建築系
關鍵詞:motorcycle arsonstack effectarsonsmoke layer
論文中文摘要:Many existing apartments in Taiwan allow parking of motorcycles on the 1st floor along the arcade. For
the purposes of lighting and ventilation, there is an opening in upper of the gates. Taking motorcycle
arson as a fire scenario, this study proved that smoke would move into the building quickly via the
opening and flow upward through the staircases, posing a serious risk whenever motorcycle arson was
committed. The simulation results from FDS demonstrated that the visibility decline is very fast inside
staircase. When the opening was moved to the bottom of the gate, the decline became slow because the
stack effect phenomenon was effectively diminished. Image-recording and laser smoke layer measurement
equipment was used to measure smoke diffusion, referring to the Australian Standard, AS 4391-
1999 “Smoke management systems-Hot smoke test”. The experiments were executed in a five-story
building by recording visibility at a height of 1.8 m on each floor. The results indicated the same
conclusions when the opening was moved to the bottom of the gate. The results also verified that the
door in the attic staircase was open; the stack effect was very significant.
出版日期:2011-04
論文ID:11016-au-pa-2011-04_1p
典藏單位:國立臺北科技大學
數位物件檔名:11016-au-pa-2011-04_1p.pdf
統一資源識別號:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.buildenv.2011.04.026
備註:©2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
資料開放狀態:開放
刊物名稱:Building and Environment
期數:46(12)
論文起迄頁碼:2425-2433