Fire System Analysis and Optimization of Suitable Fire Control System


  • Stalin Durai J
  • Vigneshwaran R


Incident, fire system analysis, fire control system.


Fire is one of the major hazards which may occur due to natural or man-made causes. This report presents the importance of suitable fire systems in case of fire. In general, fires may be classified into five categories depending on the fuel that is burning. In recent times, there is an increase in incidence of fires in urban population due to very densely populated areas. The losses associated due to fires can be classified as loss to the life of structure, loss of human life and loss to property. Analysis of fire loads of different compartments and providing sufficient number of firefighting equipment’s can help in reducing the severity of fires. The fire loads and fire densities were analyzed at some locations to determine the requirements of firefighting equipment’s with suitable extinguishing agents. Fire risk assessment is the process of identifying the hazards present in the various places and the people who are at risk and evaluate and reduce the risk by discuss with the employees and taking corrective actions. The assessment activities are record and documented for the future purpose. This report includes study of various types of fire, fire extinguishers, calculation of fire load and selection of suitable fire system to reduce and control the fire accidents as per legal standards.


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Stalin Durai J, & Vigneshwaran R. (2022). Fire System Analysis and Optimization of Suitable Fire Control System. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering, 3(05), 339–341. Retrieved from