FireLogix Engineering has significant experience in the application of fire models to solve problems in the built environment. These applications include the design of smoke exhaust systems, smoke control systems and to evaluate the safety of unique facilities. The firm has employed fire modeling for the performance based design of unique facilities which by their nature could not strictly comply with prescriptive codes and standards.
Fire Modeling is the practice of using engineering, mathematics, science, and computer programs to create a model of fire and study the impacts on the surrounding environment. Fire modeling ranges from using simple equations and analysis to using complex computational fluid dynamics (CFD) computer models to simulate fire and its by-products. Using fire modeling, engineers can study how heat, smoke, and various products of combustion (e.g. Carbon Monoxide) impact the surrounding environment.