Date(s) - 21/06/2022
Improving Fire Safety Through Simulation and Modelling: Tools, Techniques and Real-World Applications
One Birdcage Walk, London
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers warmly invites Hazards Forum members and their colleagues to the IMechE’s London HQ for this technical seminar.
In any environment, fire is one of the most critical hazards and accurately modelling its behaviour is vital to managing risk. This seminar will investigate the tools and techniques employed by engineers to model fire in a wide range of sectors and support more accurate analysis and safer design.
Presenters from industry, research and academia will tackle the specific challenges involved, including modelling fires in timber structures, tunnels and other specific scenarios.
- Gain cutting-edge insights into how experts from industry and academia are accurately modelling fire performance
- Translate innovations from other industries to be applied to your operational environment
- Understand how to identify and mitigate fire risk and enhance safety
- Benchmark your processes against industry leaders to ensure best practice
- Connect with representatives from leading organisations in modelling and risk
- Take part in interactive breakout sessions to share practical guidance with your peers
Discount for Hazards Forum: simply book online at the Supporting Organisation rate or contact firstname.lastname@example.org and mention the Hazards Forum to book at the reduced rate.
For more information about this event, please visit the Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ website here.