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Human behaviour in fire studies require a multi-disciplinary approach and sources of information and papers on this subject are found in a wide variety of publications.
To aid study and information dissemination, a vast CD compendium has just been published and contains more than 385 academic and industry paper on the subject. This is probably the most comprehensive set of papers on Human behaviour in fire ever compiled from papers presented at all five Human Behaviour in Fire Symposia (1998 – 2012) and relevant sessions from Interflam since 1999.
The CD represents a considerable body of research undertaken over the last 15 years and provides a unique resource to the fire safety engineering community at a cost of only £60 + VAT.
Edited by Karen Boyce, University of Ulster
Published by Interscience Communications Ltd