On Tuesday 19 June 2018, it took place a poster presentation event in the Advanced Engineering Building at The University of Queensland, where our students enrolled in the BE-ME in Civil and Fire Safety Engineering presented their progress in their one-year long research thesis (FIRE7500). This event was shared with the first cohort of students for BE-ME in Civil Engineering enrolled in CIVL7500.
Posters including details about their research objectives and preliminary results can be accessed with the following links:
- Mr Aidon Browning, The Effect of Fuel Load Nature on the Self-Extinction of Mass Timber
- Mr Brendan Garvey, Experimental studies of the contribution of cladding material to external fire spread
- Mr Tristan Goode, Open floor plan compartment fires: Characterisation of the ‘Malveira Fire Test’
- Ms Sohan Roopra, A Composite FRP-Glulam Beam with Enhanced Fire Performance
- Mr Thomas Thorne, Mechanisms of Fire-Induced Concrete Spalling
- Mr Andy Wong, Biomimetic Approach to Timber and Treatments for Fire Performance
The best poster award went to Mr Aidon Browning. Congratulations to Aidon!
For further information regarding our educational programmes in Fire Safety Engineering, visit the following link.