Computational modelling is used extensively to assess fire engineering proposals and includes Smoke Modelling, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Evacuation Modelling, Radiation Modelling and Structural Fire Engineering analysis. Such modelling is an invaluable tool which allows multiple design scenarios to be evaluated in a relatively short space of time. The data generated by the respective models is refined and presented in a concise format, providing the approvals authorities with sufficient information to take a balanced view of the alternative solution.
We invest heavily in cutting edge technology to offer a full range of computational modelling techniques which fully support traditional analysis methods. Our powerful servers ensure that the models run quickly so the results are available to the design team at the earliest opportunity. We have used modelling on a plethora of schemes across a wide range of sectors to address issues such as single means of escape, extended travel distances, smoke ventilation optimisation, exit width restrictions and structural fire resistance ratings reductions.