I want help to choose the best topic for my Dissertation ( bachelor degree )? and fill out this form completely.Dissertation Topics :· Cost and benefit analysis of sprinkler systems in buildings (choose one type of building);· Pressurization and ventilation, which is a better protection to high rise buildings stairs?· An evaluation to current fire detection systems in building· A prospect of the development of integrated emergency response systems· Proposing an evacuation system for smart buildings· Fire spread in tunnels – ignite a fire in tunnel, then have a look at the possibility of spread and relevant phenomena· LNG leakage in open space, e.g., tank farm· LNG leakage within building – development of concentration of the leaked natural gas, to have a look at if forming a condition for explosion· Research to determine credible worst-case design fires for tall buildings· Research to develop better collaborations between architects, fire-engineers and the fire-fighting community· Research focussing on fire and life safety issues in tall buildings in developing and the least developed countries· Research on real-time tall building evacuation management strategies and technologies· Research on evacuation and life safety strategies for occupants in supertall buildings, i.e., those over 300 meters in height· Research on tall building evacuation codes and standards internationally•  Research on structural fire protection systems and materials in tall buildings•  A prospect of the development of integrated emergency response systems.•  Proposing a framework for intelligent emergency response systems.•  Research on the use of elevators for evacuation in extreme events, e.g., after an earthquake•  Research examining the code requirements and standards associated with the use of elevators in evacuation scenarios internationally (including comparison and development of existing codes, development of new codes and recommendations, etc.)•  Research on appropriate evacuation and egress strategies for the disabled (including emergency planning, the use of safe zones, etc.)•  Research on what information needs to be delivered to occupants in evacuation / emergency scenarios (including best practice, issues of language, etc.)•  Research on the history of elevators and vertical transportation systems•  Research focussing on fire and life safety issues in tall buildings in developing and the least developed countries•  Research on the spread of smoke through tall buildings and how construction products may influence this.Dissertation Topic :· Cost and benefit analysis of sprinkler systems in buildings (choose one type of building);· Pressurization and ventilation, which is a better protection to high rise buildings stairs?· An evaluation to current fire detection systems in building· A prospect of the development of integrated emergency response systems· Proposing an evacuation system for smart buildings· Fire spread in tunnels – ignite a fire in tunnel, then have a look at the possibility of spread and relevant phenomena· LNG leakage in open space, e.g., tank farm· LNG leakage within building – development of concentration of the leaked natural gas, to have a look at if forming a condition for explosion· Research to determine credible worst-case design fires for tall buildings· Research to develop better collaborations between architects, fire-engineers and the fire-fighting community· Research focussing on fire and life safety issues in tall buildings in developing and the least developed countries· Research on real-time tall building evacuation management strategies and technologies· Research on evacuation and life safety strategies for occupants in supertall buildings, i.e., those over 300 meters in height· Research on tall building evacuation codes and standards internationally•  Research on structural fire protection systems and materials in tall buildings•  A prospect of the development of integrated emergency response systems.•  Proposing a framework for intelligent emergency response systems.•  Research on the use of elevators for evacuation in extreme events, e.g., after an earthquake•  Research examining the code requirements and standards associated with the use of elevators in evacuation scenarios internationally (including comparison and development of existing codes, development of new codes and recommendations, etc.)•  Research on appropriate evacuation and egress strategies for the disabled (including emergency planning, the use of safe zones, etc.)•  Research on what information needs to be delivered to occupants in evacuation / emergency scenarios (including best practice, issues of language, etc.)•  Research on the history of elevators and vertical transportation systems•  Research focussing on fire and life safety issues in tall buildings in developing and the least developed countries•  Research on the spread of smoke through tall buildings and how construction products may influence this.

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