Haupt, Tomasz A.
Dampier, David A.
Luke, Edward A.
Date of Degree
Graduate Thesis - Open Access
Master of Science
James Worth Bagley College of Engineering
This work presents a solution for a real-time fire suppression control system. It also serves as a support tool that allows creation of virtual ship models and testing them against a range of representative fire scenarios. Model testing includes generating predictions faster than real time, using the simulation network model developed by Hughes Associates, Inc., their visualization, as well as interactive modification of the model settings through the user interface. In the example, the ship geometry represents ex-USS Shadwell, test area 688, imitating a submarine. Applying the designed visualization techniques to the example model revealed the ability of the system to process, store and render data much faster than the real time (in average, 40 times faster).
Shulga, Dmitry N, "The Simulation System for Propagation of Fire and Smoke" (2003). Theses and Dissertations MSU. 4654.