Hydraulics for Fire Protection
This one-day program is designed to concentrate on one portion of the design phase of water based fire protection systems, the hydraulics. This seminar discusses theory and application of hydraulic calculations, the various decisions that can affect them, and how to prove the design of the system will meet the water supply available as describe in NFPA 13 by using actual problems. The program also offers various alternatives to solving a problem and shows the comparison among them, and offers some basic methods to check the accuracy of hydraulic calculations.
This seminar provides the attendees with a basic knowledge of the various principles involved in the specific part of sprinkler design dealing with hydraulic calculations and the things that can affect them. The course is specifically designed to incorporate actual problems into the course material. The course emphasizes gaining familiarity with the principles involved by using practical application problems that build in to an overall understanding of the entire process. The program uses a step by step approach to continually build upon and broaden the participants’ understanding of the entire design process.
You will need to have current copy of NFPA 13.
For a complete syllabus, click HERE.
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Non-Members: $315 EARLY BIRD / $350 (Two weeks prior)