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Pregled hidrantnega omrežja in požarne ogroženosti objektov v naselju
Jerončič, Špela (Author), Steinman, Franc (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Kozelj, Daniel (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
V magistrski nalogi sem analizirala delovanje hidrantnega omrežja na območju Četrtne skupnosti Trnovo. Analizo sem izvedla s pomočjo programa QGIS, verzija 2.10.1. Program je dosegljiv na spletu. V prvem delu naloge je teoretičen opis delovanja vodovodnega sistema in oskrbe z vodo. Opisani so tudi geografski informacijski sistemi in osnove načrtovanja požarne varnosti ter ukrepi varstva pred požarom. Sledi opis zakonodaje v Republiki Sloveniji. V nadaljevanju je izvedena analiza hidrantnega omrežja v Četrtni skupnosti Trnovo, kjer so definirani hidranti kot ustrezen ali neustrezen vir oskrbe s požarno vodo. S tem sem želela ugotoviti, kolikšna je pokritost celotne skupnosti z virom oskrbe s požarno vodo – hidranti. Glede na dobljene rezultate je bila narejena ocena požarne ogroženosti celotne četrtne skupnosti in objektov v njej. Ugotovljeno je bilo, da je požarna varnost na območju skupnosti 4. stopnje – srednja do povečana požarna ogroženost. V četrtni skupnosti so prisotne javne ustanove in višji večstanovanjski objekti, ki dosegajo najvišjo stopnjo požarne ogroženosti. Preveriti je bilo potrebno, ali vodovodno omrežje prenese obtežbo – odvzem vode iz hidranta v primeru dve uri trajajočega požara. Obtežba je bila vnesena v hidravlični model celotne Ljubljane. Vodovodni sistem je dimenzioniran tako, da prenese obtežbo.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:vodovodni sistem, hidrant, GIS, požarna varnost, požarna ogroženost
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FGG - Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering
Year:2016
Publisher:[Š. Jerončič]
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:614.8:628.1(497.4)(043)
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Assessment of Hydrant networks and fire risks in settlements
Abstract:
To recieve my Master degree I have analyzed the working of hydrant network in the area of Trnovo Residence quarter. The analysis has been done with the assistance of QGIS programe, version 2.10.1. The programe is available on network. The first part of my work concerus with a theoretical description of the workings of drinking water supply system and the water supply in general. The geographical information systems and the basis of fire – security planning and all due precautions are given, too. The discription of legislation in Republic Slovenia follows. The continuation is dealing with the analysis of the hydrant networks in Trnovo Residence quarter, where the hydrants are defined rather suitable or unsuitable source of fire – water supply. The aim was to find out how the whole community is covered with the sources of water – the hydrants. According to the results which I have obtained, the estimation of fire – threatening of the whole residence community Trnovo – the population as well as buildings, was made. It was found out that the quarter is fire – endangered to the fourth degree – which means middle to higher fire risk. In this residence quarter there are public as well as higher residential buildings which are most endangered. Therefore the operator of the water system JP Vodovod Kanalizacija Ljubljana simulated 2 hour – deprivation of fire – water in case of 2 hours lasting fire at the top of the daily consumption. The drinking water supply system proved to be capable of such load.

Keywords:hydraulic sistem, hydrant, GIS, fire safety, fire risk

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