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Title    / Applying Fire Risk Analysis to Develop Fire-safe Modular Walls : Guidance to Material Selection, Design Approach and Construction Method
Authors   (Seokho Lim) ; (Joonsoo Chung) ; (Mihyun Esther Kim)
Organization   ARCHITECTURAL INSTITUTE OF KOREA(대한건축학회)
Source   ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH(대한건축학회 논문집), Vol.24 No.2(2022-06)
Page   Start Page(21) Total Page(7)
ISSN   12296163
Classification   계획 및 설계 
Keywords   // Fire Risk Analysis (FRA); flame spread; design; modular walls
Abstract2   For the past decade, South Korea had experienced catastrophic building fires, which resulted in consider-ably high number of casualties. This motivated research to develop fire-safe wall assemblies. In this study Fire Risk Analysis (FRA) is conducted as part of the project designing phase to ensure fire safety of the final product. Traditional approach was to consider fire performance at the end of the designing stage, when PASS/FAIL fire test results are required to be submitted to the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). By applying a fire risk analysis to guide the designing phase, overall fire safety of a wall assembly can be achieved more systematically as conducting FRA allows designers to clearly identify elements that are more vulnerable to fire and simply replace them with other practical options. Severity of fire risk is determined by considering the fire hazards of a wall assembly such as the exterior layer, insulation, vertical connectivity, and external ignition sources (e.g., photovoltaic panels). Frequency of fire risk is assessed based on the factors affecting fire likelihood, which are air cavity and fire-stopping applied in the design, and random design changes occurring during on-site construction. Fire risk matrix is proposed based on these fire risk factors and efforts to reduce the fire risk level associated with the wall assembly are given by systematically assessing the fire risk factors identified from fire risk analysis. Current study demonstrates how fire risk analysis can be applied to develop fire-safe walls by reducing the relevant fire risks? both severity and frequency.
Location   대한건축학회