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Development of the Separate Air-Supply Type of Pressurization Smoke Control System for the Stairwells of High-Rise Buildings in Korea

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The pressurization smoke control system has been commonly used as a smoke control system at the emergency stairs of high-rise buildings. However, a higher possibility of overpressure between the lobby and the accommodation or pressure drop in the lobby could lead to failure in achievement of the purpose of pressurization system, particularly when supplying the leakage and supplementary air flow through one air-supply path at a time. To improve this particular issue, the devise configurations, as well as the different ways to supply the leakage and supplementary air flow through the different flow passages have been proposed. The performance of the trial product was evaluated on the test bed, ultimately providing a safe evacuation environment if high-rise buildings fired.

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Kim, J. , Shin, H. , Ahn, C. , Kim, J. and Joo, S. (2014) Development of the Separate Air-Supply Type of Pressurization Smoke Control System for the Stairwells of High-Rise Buildings in Korea. Open Journal of Fluid Dynamics, 4, 251-262. doi: 10.4236/ojfd.2014.43019.

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