Fire Suppression and Detection Systems
A text that provides an understanding of the basic principles involved in the design and operation of existing suppression and detection systems found in most occupancies. Each chapter includes a selected bibliography, suggested readings, and review questions. This edition examines the essential dat
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Theories of Suppression and Extinguishment
Extinguishing Effect of Foam
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