Fire Dynamics Simulator
The Station Nightclub Fire, with one hundred lives lost, is the fourth deadliest nightclub fire in U.S. history. This fire has had many studies and models done on what went wrong and what could have been done to prevent it. The primary focus of modeling is to provide mathematical and scientific research into the behavior and problems associated with fire. The Fire Research Division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has developed different types of fire models for more than 30 years. Currently, it maintains two. The first is a “zone model” called the Consolidated Model of Fire Growth and Smoke Transport (CFAST) and the second is a “field model” called the Fire Dynamics Simulator (FDS).Research and discuss the following aspects of the Station Nightclub Fire.1. Provide an overview of the Station Nightclub Fire.2. Discuss all aspects of fire dynamics pertaining to this fire from ignition to flashover. Be sure toinclude the furnishings and ignitable materials along with the fire spread and heat release rate.3. Discuss the new codes that were brought about as a result of this fire?4. Research a Fire Dynamics Simulator Model that was done on the Station Nightclub Fire and discuss the following aspects of that model:A. Summarize the fire model simulation.B. What were they trying to determine with this simulation?C. What were the results of the simulation?D. What recommendations were made as a result of the simulation?4 full APA formatted pages not counting the title page or the reference page and include 4 academically recognized sources.