Building fires and the resulting smoke has always remained critical factors for occupant safety. Alone in the US, structural fires cost $100 billion annually in property damage, fire department maintenance and associated insurance premiums.
With the first fatality resulting from an automotive crash in 1889 in New York City, the study on developing safety systems began and is still an intensive research project for vehicle design engineers.
Building information modeling extends immense support to architects, builders and developers in planning the construction process and understanding the execution process in the best possible manner.
Employees spend nearly one third of their day at office, sitting – rather hunching over their desks typing, filing, making notes and answering phone calls.
Wind turbines have seen a remarkable growth in its application worldwide, requiring to understand about energy produced and power output from economical perspectives…
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