Central Registry Toolbox
Code Version(s): V3.1.7 and 5.1.1
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Description: The Consolidated Model
of Fire and Smoke Transport (CFAST) is a computer
program that fire investigators, safety officials,
engineers, architects and builders can use to
simulate the impact of past or potential fires
and smoke in a specific building environment.
CFAST is a two-zone fire model used to predict
the environment in a multi-compartment structure
subjected to a fire. It calculates the time
evolving distribution of smoke and fire gases
and the temperature throughout a building during
a user-specified fire.
Reports and Publications Related to CFAST:
Note: Non-DOE issued reports and publications
are not endorsed for technical content by DOE.
These reports are provided on this web site
for courtesy to the DOE community.