SECTION ONE - ESTABLISHING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FIRE BEHAVIOR, THE MODEL CODES, AND FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS Chapter One - The Basics of Fire Behavior Chapter Two - Fire Protection Systems and the Mode Code Process SECTION TWO - WATER-BASED FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS Chapter Three - Water Supplies for Fire Protection Systems Chapter Four - Standpipe Systems Chapter Five - Fire Sprinkler Systems Basics Chapter Six - Types of Fire Sprinkler Systems SECTION THREE - FIRE ALARM AND DETECTION SYSTEMS Chapter Seven - Fire Alarm System Components and Functions Chapter Eight - Types of Fire Systems SECTION FOUR - FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS Chapter Nine - Wet and Dry Chemical Extinguishing Systems Chapter Ten - Gaseous Extinguishing Systems Chapter Eleven - Portable Fire Extinguishers SECTION FIVE - CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Chapter Twelve - Smoke Management and Control Systems Chapter Thirteen - Egress Control
About the Author
Maurice Jones is the Supervisory Fire Protection Engineer for the Alexandria, Virginia Fire and EMS Department's Code Enforcement Bureau, Fire Protection Systems Unit. He is responsible for all fire protection system related issues throughout the city and oversees all fire protection system plan review, installation, inspection and testing of new and existing fire protection systems.
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